TTS Etiquette

Minimum Requirements

We have extremely lax requirements within the community. This allows us to have such a large, diverse and yet unified community for which you can be a part of! Essentially we have one, and only one, requirement:

  • You must rep TTS during any official TTS events, this includes any alt accounts. This is for many reasons, including, but not limited to, coordination, being able to communicate with fellow TTS members and to be able to assist one another thereby building a greater community for everyone to be a part of. Read more about our Rep Check Policy here!
  • We also encourage everyone to join on Teamspeak, even just to listen in, as it not only makes organisation super easy, but it’s also great for a bit of fun chit chat and banter.

Core Values and Culture

Encouragement, the key to success.

  • This community was built on a communal effort to help people get things done that they may not have been able to do so by themselves. All TTS members are members not just to get help, but to help other as well.

Teamwork – Work together to make this a better community!

  • Community is not one person. Teamwork is what makes a community, and furthermore the TTS community.
  • Listen to and respect the commanders and leaders.

Positive Attitude – Because no one likes a grouch

  • We believe in positive thinking and keeping up good morale. Only the best things come from this attitude. Whether it’s picking ourselves up after being beaten or just general banter, all our members exude positive energies and fun. That said, we are always open to criticism and feedback, there is a difference between constructive criticism and feedback and just being an outright jerk.

Unacceptable behavior


  • Negativity of any kind towards other TTS members or anyone for that matter is NOT acceptable, and will be dealt with swiftly

Harassment of any kind

  • We do not tolerate any form of harassment towards anyone, whether within TTS or not. We want everyone to have a great time and for as many people to feel welcome as possible. Harassment includes, but is not limited to; bullying, name calling, making fun of, racism, sexism, elitism, etc. Similarly, any form of harassment will be dealt with swiftly.


Etiquette that will get you a long way in TTS and make it a more enjoyable experience.

  • Listen to the commanders. If you want that flawless achievement, if you want a teq kill, if you want anything organised, listen to the commanders. They are there for a reason and they will make the run as smooth as a baby’s bottom, provided everyone cooperates.
  • Don’t whisper leaders during raid time. They’re generally extremely busy during this time and will more often than not , not be able to respond. It’s nothing personal, they just don’t have time to answer every single whisper.
  • Conversely, if you see people asking questions in your gchat, be a good community member and answer their questions. Leaders manage up to 5 guilds each and so cannot represent all 11 guilds at the same time during a raid. We rely on the member population to help each other out.
  • Get on Teamspeak. It’s not a requirement but it makes life so so much easier. For both you and the leaders
  • Volunteer! Commanders will always need help with setting up their areas. Help out! You don’t need experience, all our commanders will happily explain what’s required. It will also make setting up a lot quicker and less painful.
  • Most importantly HAVE FUN! We are a community, you will get more out of it , the more you put in =)

Please contact us to report any issues you have encountered.