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Honeyhoney / Nov 05, 2018
With the opening of The Crusaders' Coliseum, the stage was set for the champions of Dreamstate to earn their rightful place in the upcoming battle against The Lich King.

The champions brawled with the gigantic beasts of Northrend. Banished Lord Jaraxxus and his horde of infernals. Decimated the Alliance Champions. And ruthlessly slaughtered the Twin Val'kyr.



Only Anub'arak stood between Dreamstate and their right to defend Azeroth from the Scourge.

On October 24th, 2018, Anub'arak was defeated with 50 attempts remaining.
Kamisayo / Jul 08, 2018
While the summer holiday means that our 25-man Ulduar raids are currently on hiatus for a few weeks, a small group of dedicated Dreamers have been pushing the 10-man content this tier has to offer.

Algalon the Observer fell at the hands of Dreamstate’s 10-man group on July 8th - their second night (hour) of attempts.



To keep things interesting, the group decided to face off against Yogg-Saron without the assistance of any of the four keepers, and in just a few attempts they completed Alone in the Darkness, marking the completion of all 10-man Ulduar content in its most difficult form.

Dreamstate is recruiting as our 25-man raids will resume soon, and you can apply on our forums to join the team.
Kamisayo / Mar 23, 2018
While Dreamstate has killed its fair share of dragons, our most recent was no ordinary dragon.

Tonight, Malygos, the Aspect of the Blue Dragonflight and the Guardian of Magic, met his demise.



After a somewhat late start to the server, we have now cleared the current content and are looking to prepare for the challenges ahead.

Ulduar looms in the not too distant future, and while the buffed content on Angrathar has proved to be a worthy challenge so far, we expect that even greater trials await us in the ancient titan city.


Video of our first Malygos 25 kill:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H7OIBw-Ocrc
Kamisayo / Mar 05, 2018
Less than half a year after defeating the 40-man version of Kel’Thuzad on the Anathema server, Dreamstate has claimed his head in a second bout, this time in a significantly buffed 25-man version on Angrathar.

After the remainder of our raiding core hit level 80 earlier in the week, we assembled the troops for a single night of attempts and got him down after developing a strategy and perfecting its execution over the course of three and a half hours.



Malygos 25 is next on our list, as both of our 10-man groups have downed him already. There is certain to be something special in store for us in heroic Eye of Eternity, but Dreamstate is no stranger to killing dragons…
Kamisayo / Feb 26, 2018
One month ago, Dreamstate ended a five-year journey through Vanilla after having killed Kel’Thuzad as the first guild on Anathema.

But those familiar with Dreamstate knew it was only a matter of time before the community united around a new shared goal.



We now set our sights on Wrath of the Lich King, as we have officially commenced raiding on the Angrathar server. While this expansion is uncharted territory for Dreamstate in an official capacity, the collective experience of our members is ensuring rapid progress even while a number of players are still leveling.

Raiders old and new have rallied to join Dreamstate on its new adventure, and so can you. We are recruiting and will - for the time being - be considering applications from exceptional players of all classes.
Kamisayo / Feb 26, 2018
Originally posted on January 25th, 2018

Dreamstate has killed its last raid boss for the foreseeable future, as we have ceased actively raiding on Anathema after completing our twentieth and final Naxxramas raid on the server.

Thursday, January 25th, 2018 marks the first time since Dreamstate’s foundation on August 25th, 2012 - five months and five years ago to the day - that the guild is not actively raiding or leveling.

Over the guild’s five and a half year history, more than two hundred different players have actively raided with Dreamstate. While the future of the guild is presently uncertain, rest assured that we will welcome our old guild mates with open arms on whatever project we next find ourselves on - even the traitors and spies who joined the enemy.

Once a dreamer - always a dreamer.



We once again owe a heartfelt thanks to our adversaries through the years - Team Plague, Judgement, NOPE and Coalition. Dreamstate won and lost its share of progress races throughout the years, but they would not have meant half as much without worthy opponents. With the amount of players that were poached from or who defected between Dreamstate and our rivals, one could almost argue that we are relatives at this point.

You can make a post in the public forum if you were once part of Dreamstate and would like forum access to relive days of old, or if you would like to follow the discussion about Dreamstate’s future on our Skype and Discord. It’s likely that we will see Dreamstate reunited on Classic WoW, but in the meantime our members are joining up with each other to enjoy different expansions and servers or even different games with people who shared the guild as a home.

While Dreamstate fulfilled its goal of killing Kel’Thuzad, the community built around Dreamstate lives on. Guilds and servers may die, but dreams live forever.
Brain / Sep 18, 2017
All good things must come to an end.

Today, Dreamstate concluded a five year journey by killing Kel’Thuzad as the first guild on Anathema. From its humble beginnings on Emerald Dream, the ultimate goal of Dreamstate has always been to defeat the end game - to kill Kel’Thuzad.


Along that road, it has been easy to lose sight of the final goal while migrating from server to server, looking for a stable home. From Emerald Dream to Nostalrius, then to Hellfire and from there back to the revived Nostalrius, which eventually became Anathema.

Not everyone who set out on that journey were there to see it finished in person, but their sacrifices over the years contributed to the growth of the guild and made it what it is today.

This journey would not have been the same without our adversaries throughout the years. Team Plague, Judgement, NOPE and Coalition - these guilds have driven us to improve whenever they bested us, and we may not have been around after 5 years without having an opponent that we could strive to defeat. Our greatest victories and our most humiliating defeats were all the more meaningful because of them.


However, this is not the end. We are recruiting, and this is your chance to join us on our next journey, for when tonight’s cheers have subsided and the pints have been emptied, Outland awaits…

Video of our first Kel'Thuzad kill:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yik2uNTDWCE
Brain / May 22, 2017
Dragonslayers are no match for a God…

So the legends said.

An arduous war effort behind them, the mortals assembled once more the Scepter of the Shifting Sands. A thousand years had passed, and as the Scarab Gong was rung, the denizens of the Temple of Ahn’Qiraj trembled. The Might of Kalimdor was marching upon their doorstep.

The Old God C’Thun was defeated on 26.04.2017. The mortal champions withstood the gaze of his great, lidless eye and set the Old God ablaze, vanquishing him within his ancient prison.


In spite of their victory, the champions afforded themselves little rest. For as always, the safety of Azeroth is but a temporary illusion. In the Plaguelands, the Scourge fastens its cold grip on the world. The defeat of C’Thun is no assurance that the mortal champions will triumph in the coming war against the Lich King’s forces - for what is a God to a King?

Video of our first C'Thun kill:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tg8l6fNhbEg