Condemned is a team based organization which continually strives to achieve high PvP/PvE performance through the use of teamwork, structure, and member development.


While Condemned is a competitive guild our greatest victories are not those achieved through in-game accomplishments. They are instead measured by the comradery and long-term friendships forged through working towards a common goal throughout many years of gaming. Teamwork, organization and a unified vision is the foundation not only for success in game but also for establishing a long-term community.


We do not cheat, exploit, or spy on other guilds and we do not tolerate those that do. Members do not talk in a negative fashion to other players or guilds. We believe in walking the walk, not talking the talk.


Attitude is the most important factor when evaluating the potential in new members of Condemned. We look for positive and humble players with the initiative to learn. All members regardless of experience and rank look for opportunities to improve themselves regardless of perceived skill level.


Members of Condemned are not solely recruited based on personal experience and past achievements. Instead, members are recruited based on their willingness to learn, and be trained. All members look forward to receiving constructive feedback and look for opportunities to step up and learn new skills.


“Good sportsmanship encompasses many aspects of a man’s character, the most fundamental being respect. The good sportsman respects both his teammates and his opponents as equals. He plays with integrity. A win that does not come fairly holds no satisfaction for him. He is honest in his dealings with opponents, because he treats them the way he wants to be treated. He is unselfish in his desire to see all his teammates participate and enjoy the game. He is humble in his victories, and has the proper perspective on his losses. In short, the qualities that go in to making a good man are the same ones that contribute to being a great sportsman.” -Brett McKay


  • A positive attitude and humble demeanor
  • Integrity and honesty
  • Openness and respectfulness
  • Constructive self-criticism, self-improvement, and personal excellence
  • The initiative to learn, practice, and take on responsibility