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10-03-2011 @ 2:32PM
The application stick works, so many fail to even fill it out. My guild had a similar problem. Before cata we were a casual pve guild. Now with cata's rated battlegrounds, we are a casual guild that does pve and pvp. Our pvp side grew because for awhile we were the #1 pvp guild on alliance on our small server. We are still high so we still attract a lot of pvp players. There is a big difference between our pre cata pve casual guild and our post cata pvp/pve casual guild. We have lots more guild members which is a good thing, but as officers we find we have to monitor gchat more frequently. I blame the interface. I want a graphical way to join channels instead of wow's check box method of chat window. In mumble or vent, you can have channels that are easily clicked on. You want to hang with your friends, pop down to another channel. Sure the annoying person might follow, but I've found most don't. We have a pvp chat channel for our guild; however we have to work to get people to use it. It would be better if people could drop down to another chat channel by clicking into it.
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