Treatment of Guildmates: We expect guild members to treat each other with respect. We have agreed that hurtful or offensive remarks about race, gender, gender identity, age, disability, or sexual orientation will not be tolerated. We have also agreed that insults or demeaning remarks about playing or raiding skill, intelligence, physical appearance, or other personal attributes are unacceptable.
Children: Children in the Wreck List are full members of the guild subject to the same expectations and endowed with the same rights and responsibilities as our adult members. We expect that adults will treat children in the guild with respect in an age-appropriate way, and we expect children to treat others with an age-appropriate level of respect in return.
Civility: We are a diverse group with diverse standards of civility. A joke or comment made with innocuous intent may be taken as offensive or inappropriate by another member from a different cultural or generational background. We ask that guild members keep this in mind and respect other members' sensibilities.
Language Policy: We do not permit guild chat or character names that are sexually-explicit or in violation of Blizzard’s ToS. This includes names that look fine but may make someone uncomfortable to pronounce. The following terms shall never be used in guild chat or vent: The "N" word or "C" word. "Gay" or "Retard" or "Retarded" used as insults. "Rape" used as a synonym for PvP or any aspect of the game.
Conflicts: It is the responsibility of every guild member to minimize discord and drama within the guild. We understand that disagreements between members inevitably will occur. When an issue arises, we encourage the parties to speak to one another privately to resolve the situation. We ask that people refrain from airing personal disputes in guild chat and/or on the forums. If a conflict cannot be resolved by the parties themselves, or if a member becomes aware of an issue that is spinning out of control, please contact Dkosmama.
Guild Support: We have many guild members in all the professions, and we are committed to helping each other whenever we can. Our guild members do not charge each other for crafting, enchanting or gem-cutting, nor do we expect tips from each other. However, we do expect courtesy when being asked for and receiving help.
Security: Over the last year, we have had several incidents of guild members being hacked. In a few cases, the guild vault was robbed. Therefore, we have agreed to require authenticators for full access to the guild vault. When an authenticator must be disabled, such as when updating an iPhone, ask Mama or any guild Champion for a temporary demotion until the process is completed.
Forums: The forums are an important part of the guild. We urge all members to register on our website and visit the forums regularly. At minimum, we ask all members to claim their characters so our roster is up-to-date; introducing themselves in the Introductions Thread in the General Guild Forum is encouraged.
Raiding: We are a social guild that raids, not a raiding guild. While many of us enjoy raiding, it does not define us. Raiding is just one option, along with PvP, leveling alts, fishing, or hanging out in front of a bar in Orgrimmar. For those who raid, we have several options available. To find out more about our raids, raiding schedules or invitations, please talk to Kaels or Senta. While we do run regularly scheduled guild raids, any member may organize a raid. Please note that the raid leader is the final arbiter on all matters involving his or her raid group. If you are invited to join one of our standing raid groups, please be sure you are clear about the expectations of your raid leader. There are no restrictions on pugging except that we expect members to represent the guild in a positive way. The Wreck List is one of the most respected guilds on the realm.