Character name: Dulu Class: Paladin Level: 0 Race: Half Elf UNBUFFED HP/MANA/AC: 0/0/0 My last two trips through Everquest I played a Shaman (live) and a Cleric (P99), so I'd like to play something outside of a pure support this time around. I find SK's and Pal's make amazing group/leveling tanks due to snap aggro, so it may come in handy being able to tank for guild groups that are trying to level quickly. I set a fast pace, have good awareness, and a lot of experience when it comes to tanking. What is your estimated play time during the weeks immediately following Agnarr launch? I plan to play as much as possible. Anywhere from 8-20 hours a day, depending on real life responsibilities. Why do you want to join Faceless? I'm competitive, and want to play with the best. I want to surround myself with people I can learn from, and who will push me. I want to play with people who take gaming as seriously as I do. Please list the names of any Faceless members that will vouch for you (put N/A if none): Elaida Lamps Geoff Describe your raiding background, include notable guilds you've been a member of and all content you have raided previously: Raided heavily in Project 1999, including all Velious content. Played on the Red (PVP) server as a Human Cleric named Duku. Raided extensively in World of Warcraft as well, in high end guilds for Classic, BC and WoTLK, and casually for later expansions. I've played so many MMO's, and been competitive at end game in most of them. Describe the most challenging raid encounters you have been an active participant in and your role in those encounters: The Kunark raids on P99 Red -- having to compete with other guilds for fairly simple bosses. The element of PvP and dynamic spawn timers made for some very challenging fights. Nothing quite like a 40v40 fight over Trakkannon, wiping the enemy guild while they're engaged, and taking their dragon pixels. Tell us something about yourself that has nothing to do with EQ: I'm a Sergeant with the Florida Department of Corrections - I've worked Death Row, Maximum Management, the Execution Chamber, etc. Playing video games is how I let off steam and relax.