UK esports organisation Method have completed Mythic Castle Nathria in World of Warcraft: Shadowlands.
The guild defeated Sire Denathrius yesterday (January 2nd 2020), the final boss of the raid.
This puts Method in 7th place out of all the guilds in the world that have cleared Mythic Castle Nathria raid, and 4th in Europe.
Method’s full kill video can be found here.
The top 7 finish may have surprised some. Earlier in 2020, Method all but disbanded following an abuse scandal, which saw most of its players, staff and sponsors leave. Some formed new guild Echo.
However, after taking time out to reflect and put in place new policies to safeguard the community, Method began to rebuild and put together a brand new Warcraft raid team.
Method finished the Castle Nathria Race to World First below 1st place NA guild Complexity Limit, 2nd place EU guild Echo (which featured several former Method players) and 3rd place EU guild Pieces.
EU’s FatSharkYes and China’s Skyline and Jitianhong finished in 4th, 5th and 6th place respectively.
Other guilds, including the UK org MNM Gaming (who have downed 8 out of 10 of the raid’s bosses), are racing to finish Mythic Castle Nathria.
Method said it ‘plans to be a Race to World First contender by the end of the Shadowlands expansion’.
Org founder Scott ‘Sco’ McMillan said he was proud of the team’s achievement in finishing 7th and is still on the lookout for others to join the guild.
Before the scandal, Method was one of the most prolific Warcraft guilds out there, and regularly secured World Firsts in the game, including Uldir, Eternal Palace, Dazar’alor and more.
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