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5-23-2010 @ 8:17AM
I don't think that there is anything that could top Ventrilo or Teamspeak, or if there is it's going to be something like mind to mind communication--which is not something I really think we need. The beauty of Vent is that it is simple and very effective. While there are successful guilds that don't use any sort of VOIP, having one makes coordination much easier. With the push of a button raid leaders can be nearly certain that the other 9 or 24 people know what they are supposed to do.
5-23-2010 @ 11:39AM
>With the push of a button raid leaders can be nearly certain that the other 9 or 24 people know what they are supposed to do.Nearly. Nearly.Yes, that the thing. I've had more than a few Raid Leaders who couldn't explain things well and more than a few players who couldn't understand them. And then there's the case of the random voice on Vent saying "Hey I don't have " which is not very helpful. Yet so many people can't get it through their heads that they aren't known by everybody in a PUG.Sorry, gripe of the moment.
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