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2 hours ago, =AMPHETAMINE= said:

Its better 6 peoples with no mic who knows what to do (know how to use desired kit),

Than 8 with mic, and that moment when everybody talk at same time while playng their own game with random kits...

That's the moment you need to tell to others to shut up, squad lead is talking.

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Hello everyone. As a non mic player I respect all your rules or comments. I completely understand that because, using mic is easier, faster and point of this game but its still COOP (I cant play

As a squad leader it's much preferred to have a microphone, but not disaster if you don't have one. Think of the succesful 'inf no mic' squads for example, that can work pretty well. This is the reaso

Its better 6 peoples with no mic who knows what to do (know how to use desired kit), Than 8 with mic, and that moment when everybody talk at same time while playng their own game with random kits

Hello everyone.

As a non mic player I respect all your rules or comments. I completely understand that because, using mic is easier, faster and point of this game but its still COOP (I cant play DEPLOYMENT at all). So I respect it, even when you kick me from squad, sometimes I am asking if I can stay. If name of squad is MIC INF i just dont join it even i know SL is good or squad is full of good players which know what to do. I dont have problem join NO MIC INF squads but when i see SL is not leading squads or squadmates doing shit I just leave. But problem is not in mic, I just leave every squad if SL or squadmates are not doing right things or SL is stuck with members who literally dont listen at all. So my point is, problem is not if someone has mic or not. When I am SL in TRANS or other asset squad I am trying type as fast as I can, putting markers and even communicate with others squads. Most importatnt is common sense, know somthing abot this game and listen others or read in no mic players. Sorry for my english and I hope i didnt offend anyone. 

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2 hours ago, HombreDeSombrero said:

I dont have problem join NO MIC INF squads but when i see SL is not leading squads or squadmates doing shit I just leave. But problem is not in mic, I just leave every squad if SL or squadmates are not doing right things or SL is stuck with members who literally dont listen at all. So my point is, problem is not if someone has mic or not. When I am SL in TRANS or other asset squad I am trying type as fast as I can, putting markers and even communicate with others squads. 

Best response... Not the person with or with out the mic.  But are they communicating and sending/receiving instructions.  That is your clarifying factor in my opinion.  

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1 hour ago, =VG= Acro1 said:

People like @HombreDeSombrero are the reason we don't enforce mics 😛

True

TBF he never takes soldiers away from the front, he never leads an asset squad just to drive a tank and "to hell with the other squad members", and he plays for the team.  We enforce communication, and we can deal with any problems if they arise on a case by case basis like we always do.

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