Raid Calendar is a site for guilds and raid alliances or anyone else that wants to arrange events in Blizzard's record-breaking MMORPG, World of Warcraft. Raid Calendar is currently in closed beta.
The site is designed as a simple to use raid sign-up monitor. Whether raiding the Colliseum, Ulduar or organising feelgood raids to the old country, Raid Calendar allows a guild master or alliance leader to create raids and either sign up their own members or invite players to sign themselves up in their own organisation's portal.
e-mail alerts, integration with popular applications like Google Calendar, and one of the most detailed comparison sites for raid progression around the world, Raid Calendar is best way to organise yourself to the purplest epics.
Raid Calendar works for 5, 10 and 25 man content in the latest 3.2 patch of the Wrath of the Lich King expansion, helping you to keep track of your friends and instance partners outside of the game.
Whilst we don't yet know the launch date for Cataclysm, we'll be sure that we're ready to have you battling in Grim Batol and Blackrock Caverns, and fighting Ragnaros, Azshara and Deathwing when the time comes.