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1-17-2011 @ 4:43PM
Rob, if you are a dps'er, you generally don't need a mic. Tanks and healers definitely need mic's for progression content. You can be like what someone else described, the warlock who has said maybe 30 words in 4 years - you just do your dps job, talk in /p and /ra, and you most likely won't ever need to say anything.It would be inconsiderate to attempt to join a progression raid guild as a tank or dps without consistent access to a microphone. I've been in a guild where some dps'ers could hear, but wouldn't speak without an issue, but when the healers were not able to speak up, it caused big problems.
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