Raiding with audio cues is hard enough, being able to do all that without being able to hear is an incredible achievement :)
This is a fantastic achievement! Well done to all the legends who worked so hard towards this. It's truly awesome to see this area and representation expanding in wow for all players.
Well done Fearless :D
Really impressive !
Congrats!Ignore haters like "THEBuzzard" here.
congrats yall that awesome!
I don't think some people appreciate the scale of this achievement.. a group of stone deaf players is no where near the same as a bunch of us who can hear just fine, jumping off discord and turning the game sounds off.Well done to all involved.
Awesome job guys. This is amazing !👍
But how can you defeat HC Denathrius without being able to listen to someone constantly telling you to watch your feet? :DAnyway, big big big congratulations to Undaunted!
Because Sign Language is not a written language. Same rules apply to Sign Languages that apply to spoken languages. No one would just say "Go learn Spanish if you want to understand what to do." You would expect the guides to be localized to your spoken/written language.Also, like the article says, They have members from all over europe who speak different sign languages, along with the written languages of their home countries. If there isn't a common language among all of them (they mentioned not every member uses ISL), then the same process applies to spoken language localization. Translate it to all the necessary languages.
Huge congratulations! Keep proving all the angry teenagers wrong.
that sort of explains it, never crossed my mind some have difficulty reading as well.Still, I've got to imagine that every EU country with enough deaf people playing WoW to justify creating from scratch an entire sign language guide... already has at least one written and one video guide for every raid boss, in their own native tongue. But if the creators enjoy making those sign language guides, no harm done.