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Lt. Commander
Join Date: Jul 2012
Posts: 194
# 6
09-02-2012, 04:23 AM
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Originally Posted by resoundingenvoy View Post
You could try something novel and be nice to newbies. Asking a question or two when the match starts or using even a few drops of mercy goes along way. Both ensure the next group they run with has a better player, and vastly improve the odds of recovering from mistakes.

If I can be blunt? Most of the problems I've had with STFs are just brand spanking new players that don't have anyone they can ask questions, and all the "older" (I will not say mature) players showing a need for anger management the first time something even looks like it might not be perfect.
What? They have 4 others to ask, what they are supposed to do or they could look up guides.

If they don't ask, it is THEIR fault and their failure. The worst thing is, that a lot of players simply ignore the chat anyway and screw the STF up, even if they got a heads-up at the beginning.