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    I sometimes call out in voice: "Elf is about to die." is that good?
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    ..., but I honestly think the solution is to group with less whiny people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Talon_Moonshadow View Post
    I sometimes call out in voice: "Elf is about to die." is that good?
    Try saying, "Elf needs food, badly!" :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silverleafeon View Post
    "Could use a heal please."

    "Who?" Glances at Red bars and waits for person to speak again.

    "Me."

    "I kinda see that. Where are you?"

    "On the floor dying."

    "I kinda see that too. Any particular part of the floor."

    "Over here."

    "Ok." Fast F number target and casts cure which lands on self.

    "Hurry please, I'm at -8."

    "Where are you?"

    Silence followed by a ding.

    "I'll come rez you, where are you?"

    More silence.

    "I'll get you in a minute." Finishes fight, opens map, mouses over every character to find who is where...
    my daughter did similar as a lvl 3 cleric one day...

    "where's our cleric?"

    her: "bleeding"

    "where are you bleeding?"

    her: "my spleen"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Natean View Post
    Huh,

    I just select anyone (or the next one on the party list), examine them (by pressing "z"), look at what buffs they are missing, and then throw them the spell. Anyone I missed (usually by too far away, like during part 5 shroud), I find and give them buffs.

    Cost efficient, everyone gets everything (or everything I can give out), and no need to get asked for buffs.
    The way I see it, if they can't be bothered to look and type which buff they need, then I can't be bothered either. It's a lot easier for 10 people to look at one person, namely themselves, than for me to look at 10 and sort through their buffs.
    Devs: Thanks for making Druids available to VIPs without the pack. This more than anything, has made me want to buy the pack.

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    <- the lesser than sign is what I use if someone asks me if I want a buff I type, "<". It works 100 percent of the time. Or so it should, If not I use my mic to say yes.
    Last edited by Zorth; 05-06-2012 at 08:30 PM.
    The Blood of the Red Dragon

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    Quote Originally Posted by fco-karatekid View Post
    my daughter did similar as a lvl 3 cleric one day...

    "where's our cleric?"

    her: "bleeding"

    "where are you bleeding?"

    her: "my spleen"
    lol!
    Antipan, Pandargon, Pandolin, Panifin, Panmorgan, Pangrael, and all other things "pan-ed"...

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