|Androsyx (aka T)||Guild Master||androsyx#1199|
I’m Androsyx, or more commonly referred to as “T” to the guild.
I grew up on the central coast of California. After high school I moved around a bit, spending some time in Phoenix and Philadelphia before landing in the Seattle area (Redmond). I spend most of my time playing games in some form or fashion, whether it be electronic or tabletop. Seattle has a huge table-top gaming community, including multiple board-game/table-top oriented restaurants, bars, and cafes, which makes it easy to find a cool place to hang out!
I started playing WoW in vanilla. I was just out of high school on a dinky laptop that my parents got me for graduation. I started as an undead mage, and made it maybe to level 30 before giving up! Realistically, spaceships and lasers were more interesting to me at the time, and EVE: Online was the time sink I needed in life. I put way too many hours into that game…
Around the same time, I had just met and started hanging out with a new group of friends, one of which is now our Raid Leader, Tribrid. As a group we played games nearly every day. Pen & Paper RPGs (D&D, Star Wars, Vampire: The Masquerade, etc) and multiplayer Xbox games (Halo, Baldurs Gate: Dark Alliance, XMen: Legends, etc) monopolized our time.
At some point around the end of Burning Crusade, we decided to play WoW together, and we’ve been playing together ever since. As time went on and I moved away from California, WoW has been my main connection back to my friends. Over the years, I jumped in and out of the game as expansions came and went, never seriously focusing much time into it. I played a lot of other random MMOs as well, including SW:TOR, Wildstar (RIP), Rift, Neverwinter, Tera, Destiny, and of course Eve. Legion was looking to be very similar WoW expansion for me, playing a lot early, but never really having a group of players enough to sustain my interest.
2017 was the year that I decided I wanted to build a gaming community. My initial plan was to go for Destiny 2, but that game was less good than I had hoped. 2017 was also my first year attending Blizzcon, and I decided that Blizzard games were really my go-to passion for gaming. I roped Tribrid and Destinyeyes into starting an actual, real, raiding guild for WoW. And here we are, a year later, with 10+ people going to blizzcon that are either guildmates or friends of the guild.
It’s certainly been a great journey, and we all hope you’re interested in continuing with us!