The 20th episode of the Drunken PvP series is here at last!
Not my best creation I must admit. I've exhausted pretty much all the audio that I could use and had to resort to using some of the "Mildly" amusing stuff just to complete the vid. Sorry about that!
Audio quality will vary between players since these were ripped directly from Ventrilo/Skype so don't expect crisp and clear voices.
Cheers to everyone who took part in PvP thus far! Our numbers are now pretty steady these days and we are also Live-streaming our PvP every Friday (Link below to the Twitch Channels). All the audio is brand new so you may hear some familiar voices :)
Dawg's computer is still on the mend so that makes it almost 3 weeks without the "Craic Banter Monkey" to generate the lulz. It's likely I won't have a video made for next week, but just in case I'll scrub through everything that I recorded. With a little luck I could stumble on something I can use :)
No fancy editing here, just the basic of the basics. With WoW Model Viewer being glitchy as hell and Map Viewer no longer working it was borderline impossible to do any advanced editing. Please refrain from spamming or flaming, enjoy the video.
There's bound to be a few spelling errors and missing words within the subtitles, I detest doing them because it's beyond tedious. A few words may differ due to the slang we use, enjoy!
-Commonly Asked Questions-
1) What server do you play on?
- We play on Arathor (EU) server on Alliance. However with Cross-Realm grouping our players are everywhere both Horde and Alliance. (Right now we are Horde).
2) Can I join your Vent?
-Short answer is no! I get way too many requests for this and we simply do not have space nor do we wish to risk giving the vent info out so easily. The vent server is not mine so I personally do not have permission to grant access.
3) How do I join you guys?
-This is tough to answer as we only tend to add newcomers when other friends recommend them.
4) How do you get the voices from Ventrilo/Skype?
-Vent has a built in recording tool which can also be used to extract the conversations as a wav. file. I use Evaer to record the Skype conversations.
5) Are you going to more of these videos?
- Yes. As long as people continue to view, Like, Comment, Subscribed Share this video and my channel etc, then I'll continue to edit these videos :)
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