Some things never change. Temerity closes out Legion with another Top 50 showing, vanquishing Argus after a grueling stretch of progression to end the expansion. A huge congratulations to the raid team for persevering not just this final tier, but a challenging and often frustrating meta that persisted through all of Legion.
Some things, however, DO change. After nearly a decade of representing the Alliance on Windrunner, Temerity has gone red and transferred to Hyjal as a Horde guild. With Blizzard deciding to double down on the faction divide in Battle for Azeroth, we found it prudent to join the increasingly dominant Horde raiding population. It saddens us to leave the only home we've known, but the dwindling number of Alliance raiding guilds became impossible to ignore.
With the transfer complete, we look forward to continuing our Alpha testing for BfA and farming out the rest of Legion.
Temerity capped an incredible launch to the expansion with an impressive US 44th kill of Xavius. Legion was eagerly anticipated and it has certainly delivered from a content perspective. With tons to do and multiple avenues for character progression, our raiders committed the time, energy and skill to kick things off in style. I want to thank and salute the team for their dedication both in and out of raid. With all that content came challenges (and some frustration) given our schedule and principles, but we met them head on and are in great shape heading into Trial of Valor and, more importantly, The Nighthold. Great work!
He teased by stalling us at sub 1% on consecutive nights and proved a worthy end-of-expansion foe, but ultimately we felled Archimonde to the sounds of glorious nerd cheers. Both Raiders and Officers showed tremendous perseverance to close out Warlords of Draenor in style. We navigated challenges that seemed daunting as they unfolded - those challenges soon became opportunities and served only to make us stronger as a guild. I'm very proud of what we achieved.
This marked Temerity's 11th tier of raiding, a stretch that spans over 6 years and 4 expansions back to Ulduar. I look forward to adding to this rich history in Legion with what is an amazing group of people. Onwards to Blizzcon, countless hours of Overwatch and beta raids!