New Era For The Nameless

A new website, a new era. The Nameless has been around for years, though we used many names during our journey. Our core first met during Vanilla World of Warcraft, forming a guild named Nocturnal. From there, players left, players joined, but our core slowly grew. However, we always felt we were destined for more. That somehow, we could give back to the gaming world in a way we never thought possible.

In June 2017, we decided to expand our core into a full-fledged gaming community. The problem we faced at the time was a simple one – no one had time to fully commit to starting a gaming community. Knowing our members were busy, I decided to form a division of The Nameless in Diablo 3, not really knowing what would happen when I did. To be honest, I didn’t expect to get anyone to stick around the community – seeing only me in Discord would be a good reason for people to leave for a more active clan. Yet, people started to join, some stuck around, bringing us to where we are today.

Evil, BLaw, SpiderDan, Christian, Wildwolf, Pleassan, Ravenmoonblood, Aislynn, and more are some of the members that joined our community early on during our Diablo days, and are still here. There are many more of course, too many to mention. Each of them were an integral part of bringing The Nameless to where we are now.

After the Diablo division did so well, our long-term core came into the community now that they had more time to devote, and brought us to a whole new level. We now have an active division in Diablo, Arma, PUBG, WoW and SWTOR. Each division grows every day, our leadership strong enough to oversee each division and make sure everything is run following our core values: Respect. Unity. Transparency.

We thank everyone who has stuck with us over the last few months, and hope you’ll stick with us for the months, for the years, to come. Great things are happening here at The Nameless, and we want all of you to be there with us as they do.

-Seronic, Community Leader.

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    Valdeina says:
    64 classes... wow. Not a game for the alt-aholism in me. Or maybe it is....