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I can check the WoW side if someone wants to check the SWTOR side.
Lets go check the servers of a game that has been around for 3 months and the servers of a game that has been around for 7 and a half years.
Thats like comparing apples to oranges.
Ontopic: If LFD is implemented, that would be even less people on fleet and more complaining that the fleet is 'under populated' which somehow directly correlates to server population.
OK, I see by this sentence that you do agree with those in favor of a LFD who suggest it would allow more people to leave the fleet instead of being chained to chat as is the case currently.Ontopic: If LFD is implemented, that would be even less people on fleet and more complaining that the fleet is 'under populated' which somehow directly correlates to server population.
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Last edited by SamR; 2012-03-28 at 09:52 PM.
True samr, fair point. Alternatively though I like playing a game that doesn't cater for people like Vincent and hope he heads off to ruin a community somewhere else.
The purpose of which is to prove or disprove the argument that LFD would result fewer people sitting in the main city spamming chat.
I find it odd that people blame the lfg tool for the drop in standards between players. Long before lfg players could have the worst rep imaginable and then just pay a few £/$ and get a char name change and instantly start afresh. BW have already stated they will, at some point, implement name-change services but no-one seems to care - instead focusing their anger at a tool that millions of players find incredibly helpful.
The community would not be destroyed bt a LFG tool. First, it would be server side, so an annoying player would come from your server so it would build him a bad reputation.
He would probably be kicked out of groups if he is mean to other players. Or even be ignored and not be taken in your group.
LFG doesn't make the community bad, lack of unity does. And lack of unity generally comes with cross-server mixology.
Originally Posted by JonLajoieOriginally Posted by JonLajoie
If your server is so shallow that a LFD tool would "ruin" your community.. Then you need to find a new server.