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5-27-2008 @ 3:05PM
Ash is making a point, though i don;t think that american raiding teams suffer from that lack of team spirit at all, just that it might result in a slightly lower amount of good raiding teams.Also, (what was mentioned earlier) the amount of hours that americans work is 10 or so more per week than here in Europe (though some say we work more efficient (also because of my first point)) and...I was just beat on the other point i wanted to make, as i clicked next 20 comments: Timezones from Blackhorn. It makes it easier for the European guilds to all raid at the same time.p.s.: Asians are far more into PvP than PvE and in general don;t care as much about world firsts
5-27-2008 @ 3:42PM
That isn't really true.It's true that players who compete in videogames competition in Asia have a way bigger coverage than in Europe or the USA, but there's still some big PvE guilds like TheSeven.
5-27-2008 @ 3:50PM
A large portion of Deus Vox are Canadians with 1 Euro.
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