The Dark Reavers Gaming Clan

The Dark Reavers are a UK & Ireland based gaming clan currently focused on WildStar and Archeage. Established in 1999, we have a long history and an abundance of experience in a wide range of games spanning multiple genres. Please visit the About page for additional information and a more detailed history.

Latest News


Beta Server Choice - Desolation

[ Wed 25th Apr, 2012 @ 5:10pm ] by Indig0

For the beta weekend events, assuming no further changes, we have chosen to roll on Desolation (EU).

It should be pointed out this is only our server choice for the beta period, and we will not necessarily be rolling on Desolation for the games release. This is simply so that all guild and community members know where we will be throughout the beta period, if they wish to come play with us.

Awards Updated for Guild Wars 2

[ Sun 18th Mar, 2012 @ 3:45am ] by Darkademic

The awards available to members have been updated for Guild Wars 2, and now include profession specific awards as well as awards related to keep assault and defence. All of the designs have been updated accordingly, and several new tiers of existing awards have been added.

I've also modified the awards system to allow medals to be awarded on a per-game basis. This means that members who were part of the previous incarnations of the clan will retain the medals they acquired through TF2 or CSS, whilst at the same time starting on equal terms with everyone else for GW2.

I'm extremely pleased with how the new awards look, as well as with the enhancements that have been made to existing awards.

Hopefully these awards will give members something to work towards, and will also serve as a permanent recognition of the skill and dedication of those who receive them.

Website & Forums Redesign

[ Mon 12th Mar, 2012 @ 5:58pm ] by Darkademic

I spent a considerable amount of time over the weekend completely redesigning both the website and the forums, and I'm very happy with the result. Feedback has been overwhelmingly positive which is always a good sign.

I thought the old design was far too boxy, and the three column layout meant that the main content was squashed in the middle. I've also eliminated some superflous elements such as the "members online" box which really didn't serve a purpose, as well as the latest match results and win/loss totals which were only relevant to the TF2/CS clans.

The member panel which used to sit at the top of the left sidebar is now in the main navigation (when logged in), and I've added a quick login in the top right corner (something requested by quite a few people).

The schedule page has been revamped, and each fixture box has been made smaller until you click the arrow for more information. Too much vertical space was used up by non-essential information before, and removing it has m… continue reading

Guild Wars 2 Recruitment Update #4

[ Mon 12th Mar, 2012 @ 4:16pm ] by Darkademic

Since the last update we've had 27 new members join. So.. welcome to: Cr0ssfire, Tuskz, Asi, Consaii, Toglos, Xiomaro, Keefikus, ToXic, Suumpmolk, Doeke, Jobenson, Emmure, thoryyk, DeanAdamFry, Tarz, Jonesy, OptimalSteve, Sophmoronic, Apolon, Vetrie, gojou, Umrtvovacz, Ashqaz, Lewball98, Braeker, Vaz and Rabar69!

The amount of activity and interaction is great considering so many new people have been effectively thrown together, and it's already really starting to feel like a closely knit community. In fact it's weird to have listed some of the above members as "new recruits" as it seems like they've been in [DkR] for ages! On the flip-side, there are a handful of new members that we haven't heard from since they joined, so if you haven't posted on the forums or dropped into Mumble yet then please do so. We're getting to the point where we'll remove inactive members to make way for new applicants so we don't go over our self-imposed cap.

Applications have slowed down to a more manage… continue reading

I Want to Hear Your Sexy Voices

[ Sun 4th Mar, 2012 @ 3:49am ] by Sketch

We have a new Mumble server. We want to build our community and get to know each other. The best way to do this is to play games together and just hang out on Mumble in the evenings.

What do I need?
- Install Mumble:
- Video guide:
- Mumble details:

The Rules
- You must connect to an appropriate mumble channel.
- You need to be a conversationally fluent English speaker.
- Your name in Mumble must match the name you use on the forums.
- Use push-to-talk unless you can guarantee a complete lack of unwanted noise when using another activation method.



Edit: Please put your Steam name in your comment so that we can all add each other easily. You can do this by clicking "Self" at the top, and then going to "Change Comment". Type in your Steam username and click "OK".