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1-19-2010 @ 9:52PM
The article makes a good point, one that I hadn't particularly thought of. Personally, I think one thing that we can do as players, is be a bit more considerate of those on our server. Personally, whenever I prepare to queue up for a random dungeon, I'll do a quick "Anyone up for the daily random?" or something along those lines in trade first. This usually gathers at least one or two, especially if I am queueing on my tank or healer. It doesn't really take much of my time to hit up a few people for a group before I queue up, and they're usually very thankful at the quicker queue. Don't hesitate to use the chat channels to recruit some people for dungeons just because it's not required anymore. The Dungeon Finder is an excellent tool, but there's nothing wrong with using all the available tools to build your group. (An added benefit of grouping with a few players from your own server is that you can group with the good ones again without praying to the RNG gods that you don't get stuck with Legolas the NE hunter from some random server as he tests his new hybrid throwing weapon spec.)
1-20-2010 @ 8:12AM
I guess people must be on servers where the trade chat isn't full of kids telling Chuck Norris jokes and linking anal to every spell they can find. I don't care if they do that stuff, but it makes it impossible to find anything useful in the trade chat.
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