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4-30-2011 @ 10:14PM
This should be interesting. Will make the dungeon experience better for some. Being from a latin server, I often queued with guildies who don't know how to speak/read English. When one wrote something in Spanish over party chat, it was... annoying... to find intolerant players that take some pride in calling all spanish-speaking players "*bleep*ing mexicans" and start mocking them.Thankfully it was a big minority, as I've partied with lots of excellent english-speaking players.
5-01-2011 @ 9:40AM
I had a similar experience, but mine was with um...I think they were from the netherlands? Meh.Anyway, everyone in the party could speak good to perfect English except one guy. I asked them to speak English, because it's kinda annoying to feel like the outcast (even in a 5 man run). The one guy who couldn't speak so well said so, in lightly broken and "l33t" English, but understandable. I asked him to try and even suggested it could be good practice. He said ok and they all went right back to speaking Dutch. I started talking to them in Portuguese as protest.
5-01-2011 @ 12:56PM
I hope you used the report feature to get that player a lovely expenses-paid vacation to Ban Land.Amusingly enough, a friend of mine rolled an alt on a Latin American server specifically to pick up fun phrases in Spanish and Portuguese from PUGs. Hahahaha.
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