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Defiance Forum » General Discussion » Cass Ducar: the single most disagreeable mmo npc ever?

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  aspekx

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Joined: 12/24/05
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OP  6/01/13 11:06:45 AM#1
my gahd. that voice. it just makes me want to shoot something... so i do. but still. geezus lady how'd you get a VA job to begin wtih?

"There are at least two kinds of games.
One could be called finite, the other infinite.
A finite game is played for the purpose of winning,
an infinite game for the purpose of continuing play."
Finite and Infinite Games, James Carse

  VincerKaden

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6/01/13 11:25:02 AM#2

She works for Veterans Affairs? Cool!

I don't mind her voice or character. She's somewhat interesting, and has more personality then a good bulk of NPCs in other story-based MMOs.

  aspekx

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OP  6/01/13 11:11:46 PM#3
Originally posted by Vayman

She works for Veterans Affairs? Cool!

I don't mind her voice or character. She's somewhat interesting, and has more personality then a good bulk of NPCs in other story-based MMOs.

ha! @VA reminder.

 

i really do think its the tonal quality of her voice that is getting to me. i thought at first it was her character, but im pretty sure there is just something odd there either in her voice itself or from some digital manipulation in the soundbooth.

"There are at least two kinds of games.
One could be called finite, the other infinite.
A finite game is played for the purpose of winning,
an infinite game for the purpose of continuing play."
Finite and Infinite Games, James Carse