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.