Everytime I read one of these threads I laugh hahahahahahahahaha! Probably because I'm brazilian and I kind of agree most of them are bads =p
gimme monies pls huehue
I can guarantee you, my friend, they would be baddies even if you speak portuguese. And for all the runs you had problems with brazilians, there were 3 smooth runs you had brazilians in your party and you didn't get to know it
BR is numero uno hue hue hue.
League of legends by far had it the worst when it came to brazilians fucking everything up. Or at least people impersonating them and thinking they're hilarious. The problem has subsided somewhat but 2 years ago pre season 1 you could expect it to happen 1/5 games.
Thanks, but there's even worse "laughs" brazilians create =pFixed that for ya, lass.
Same, still playing on US realms, but I admit... I made a toon on BR realms because I got some friends there.I am brazillian and I play on US realms because I can't stand my own people's lack of internet ettiquette.
the worst US trolls are tame when compared to the average brazillian player.
fuck your avatar =p
Speaking as a brazilian player I have to take a stand here.
In regards of what you've experienced, I really hope you're not exclusively attributing the issue on gameplay obliviousness to nationality. I've been playing since the beginning of Wrath, time when there were no Brazilian servers, and this particular behavior/tendency was - still is - present in a fraction of the community as a whole, not just a particular segment.
Now on the Needing on everything matter. It is no secrecy that people on LFD usually need on everything they want, be it for MS, OS or even selling for gold. The problem here is attitude, why bother being nice and passing on drops so others can grab their precious loot if you want it for gold or whatever? It is unlikely that you will ever have to go through a stressful confrontation given you'll probably never play with them again.
These problems are caused by this type of mindset on community members.
I agree with your point on the translation, however.
In EU servers, even in English battlegroups, I have played with Polish, loads of Swedes, Danish, Norwegians, a few Germans here and there, Italians, and Romanian ones, in randoms, not to mention, Greeks. There are so many nationalities and different languages it is impossible to communicate with them all. Pretty much all possible nationalities in Europe.
What languages you might face, while playing in the US realms? A majority of English speaking persons, some latinos speaking in Spanish and a few Brazilians? That's 3 languages, at most, or 4, if you encounter a lost French Canadian.
Last edited by Zeverin; 2012-11-13 at 03:44 PM.
When I'm tanking or healing 5 mans, I get these 3 situations alot from brazilian players:
1. dks in blood presence that NEVER leave blood presence, even though they are not tanking
2. ret pallies that have righteous defense up that are NOT tanking
3. hunters that DO NOT KNOW HOW TO TURN OFF GROWL(or taunt)
If I'm tanking I usually let the dks, pallies, hunter pets die. If they don't get the hint I leave and re-q.
BUT IN THE END, WHATEVER LANGUAGE YOU USE, BAD PLAYERS ARE BAD!!!!!
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I thought "hue" was the output of a single button click on a specific brazilian keyboard, and since it was so close to "hehehe" with just the press of one button, thats what they did...
Same with the Korean "kekekeke" (zerg rush)
Not sure where I read that explanation. Seemed to make sense at the time.
Last edited by Chonar; 2012-11-13 at 04:03 PM.
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