One of the burning questions guild recruiters want answered is whether or not a applicant is a guild hopper. Guilds tend to look for players who are in it for the long haul. Someone who has a history of changing guilds every few weeks might signify a problem. Even if it isn’t, it’s still nice to learn and get a little more background information on a player and their raiding guild history.

You might have heard of Warcraft Realms. But there’s another site alternative you can use.

Enter Wowtrack.

With Wowtrack, not only do you get a fairly comprehensive history of a player (at least, dating back to Cataclysm), but it displays their accomplishments. Useful in case you have a suspicion about a player’s guild history .

You know where that character ended up during each raiding tier. You have an idea of where they rank in the grand scheme of things based on progression, their item level, their achievement points, or their challenge modes. For PvP focused guilds, there’s columns for battlegrounds and arena.

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You can’t see it in the shot above, but it even shows a player’s alts too! Certainly a useful tool for guild leaders as they look to solidify their rosters for the upcoming expansion. Hopefully, plans are in place to continue adding support for the next tier of raid content and accomplishments!