These words have guided us since we founded the Forty Second back in 2011. Actually if we're brutally honest then there's been no shortage of other phrases that we've adopted over the years....the f**** word (stands for focus if you were wondering) for example and "Dei (our shaman healer) - can you ankh?"

As you are here and reading this then there are probably some things you would like to know about our guild. We are a social raiding guild in World of Warcraft (translation: we are a friendly group of WoW players that regularly get together for raiding). Our guild was established on the Sha'tar (EU) server but in these modern times of cohabitation we're also open to players on Moonglade (EU) & Steamwheedle Cartel (EU). We raid Sundays & Thursdays from 20:00 until 23:00 server time.

We're always on the lookout for like minded players to join us. From time to time our raiding roster can get a bit congested however we do have a "social" rank and "social" members are welcome to join us on raids when there is a spot. You can read a bit more about us and what we believe in below. If you think it sounds interesting then please feel free to stop by and introduce yourself on the forums...or poke one of us in game, whichever is easier.

We're all in this together and depend on each other to come with the right attitude and to be well prepared
We're all in this together and depend on each other to come with the right attitude and to be well prepared
We believe everyone deserves their turn and so we don't have a "core" team of raiders and we don't expect people to devote every waking hour to the game
We believe everyone deserves their turn and so we don't have a "core" team of raiders and we don't expect people to devote every waking hour to the game
All of us are here to have fun and we never take ourselves too seriously. We always try to support each other & treat each other with respect
All of us are here to have fun and we never take ourselves too seriously. We always try to support each other & treat each other with respect