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6-30-2009 @ 4:59PM
Ha, that's awesome. I play with my fiance sitting across from me, I tank and she heals, and it's really the best way to play the game. I couldn't imagine playing with 6 other people though, I'm sure it'd get pretty chaotic at times. Not that that's a BAD thing! It'd be a hell of a lot of fun.Two other players in my guild are a couple as well, and just the two couples playing together has a great chemistry. The only downside is when either couple has a spat it tends to bring everyone down. We all agree to put aside minor issues for the raid's sake, and being that the four of us make up the core of the raid we pretty much have to or nothing would get done. Still, everyone gets a little down when one of us are unhappy. You can just tell from how tense Vent can be. If you have eight people in a room together and one of them says something to piss another one off, I imagine it wouldn't be very good for the raid. People tend to take sides and with that many people the sides would be ugly.All and all I know I heavily criticized the last 15 Minutes article for being irrelevant, but this is what kind of article I like. It's people who play the game in a unique fashion, by raiding in the same room instead of on Vent. And that's really something cool that I've only heard of at LAN parties or in smaller groups and I think more people should raid together like this.
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