Titan Retires

Titan was reformed from a heroic team to a training team at the beginning of Legion. They earned AotC every tier for two full expansions which is an accomplishment all to its own.

Tomb, full tier video – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=25HObM7CoWg&t=655s

Antorus, full tier video – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z9x6MyPeRag&t

Titan poses with Violet Spellwing mount

But their most impressive accomplishment is the number of raiders that have the knowledge and confidence to raid because of the training they received while on Titan. Many of these players came from very limited or no raiding experience at all. Some were returning players that had to relearn how to play the game after a long break. Others were players looking to learn a new class/role. In any case, if the roster wasn’t already full, no player was turned away who earnestly wanted to learn and genuinely needed the training.


Pantheon Retires

Pantheon’s story traces back to the beginning of Legion to a team called Eidolon. This new team tore through Mythic Xavius earning Cutting Edge Emerald Nightmare, but quick success could not save them from the roster boss in Nighthold. With the help of a guild merger, the newly reformed team finished the tier with 5/10M.

Going into Tomb, the team opted to change their name to Enigma in an effort to move on and grow its own identity. Unfortunately, this new team fell apart before it really began, and they reformed again just after getting AOTC, this time under the name of Pantheon.

Pantheon struggled to find its footing, but they eventually became a fun and successful team. After 4/9M Tomb, 9/11M Antorus, and 6/8M Uldir, they finally rebuilt to Cutting Edge, killing Mythic Jaina in BoD. In Eternal Palace, leadership chose to retire the team mid-tier, releasing their players to join other teams in the guild and beyond.

Their final kill together – Mythic Ashvane 4/8M.


Valkyrie Retires

Valkyrie first began as an alliance team in Legion – Nighthold under the name of Umbra. This new team had some close calls during their first tier, killing Krosus at the very last second and Spellblade with paladin bubble (videos below NSFW). They finished their first tier with an impressive 8/10 Mythic.

Krosus https://www.eternal-kingdom.com/umbra-kills-m-krosus/

Spellblade Aluriel  https://www.eternal-kingdom.com/spellblade-bubble-gg-umbra-510m/

Star Augur Etraeus https://www.eternal-kingdom.com/ono-umbra-kills-m-star-auger-and-goes-810/

Umbra Kills Mythic Star Augur

They continued their success through the rest of the expansion with 8/9 Mythic Tomb of Sargeras and 11/12 Mythic Antorus, The Burning Throne. They were a strong team that liked to have a good time and have a few laughs while getting things done. (Videos below NSFW)


Destiny Retires

Destiny joined the guild under the name of Dreadnought back in Hellfire Citadel during Warlords of Draenor. They had already started Mythic Progression, making Mythic Gorefiend their first progression kill as members of Eternal Kingdom. This weekend team went on to clear HFC and begin their journey through the Legion expansion.

Mythic Gorefiend

Through the next three tiers, Dreadnought maintained a fairly even progression clearing 4/7M Emerald Nightmare, 4/10M Nighthold, and 5/9M Tomb of Sargeras. In Antorus, they pushed hard and completed 9/11 killing Mythic Coven of Sivara.

Going into BFA, it was obvious Dreadnought had evolved during the last few tiers and the team leadership wanted to reflect that in a new name. Team Destiny was ready to raid and they pushed hard killing 7/8 Mythic bosses in Uldir.