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10-30-2007 @ 7:33PM
well for starters if you need voice chat in a PUG, you're doing something wrong. There are no difficult 5-mans that need verbal explanation. Learn to play the game without the crutch of needing a microphone and someone's voice in your ear telling you what to do, or stop expecting to be able to tell everyone else what to do, or whatever reasons people might insist on voice chat in a PUG 5-man. I'd laugh and quit the group instantly if anyone ever insisted on voice chat. The rest should be pretty obvious, and just don't group with people who don't play well with others in general. You break my sheeps, you get a warning. Keep doing it, you'll probably die a few times. Usually dying a few times and hearing "I guess you shouldn't break my sheeps" tends to work it out of someone. Same goes for pulling aggro, dotting things, etc etc. Sometimes people gotta die to learn a lesson.
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