Everyone knows the in game chat STINKS! What are your thoughts about Discord?

I recently started testing out Discord, and so far it's been a bumpy ride figuring it all out. In my fleet it'll be suggested but never required. I've got a server set up for fleet chats and love the many functions of the app. I'd love to hear your thoughts, if you have any experience with the app. Tips, tricks, etc are certainly welcome. Thanks!

Have you been naughty? Playing with yourself again? Has another fleet touched you in bad ways? Don’t worry, we will train you…. Gently. Light bondage only. Bring your own handcuffs, though…. We don’t supply them.

We’re not those other guys. Here we shower often, and we treat our members like family.
We know how to whip some serious tail, yet no one is left to shiver out in the cold. If you need advice, help, strategy, tips or anything at all…. I and my officers are here to help you.

Currently, we're looking for more good people to enjoy the game with us, and we offer a TON to our members, in return. We prefer level 50 members and above. Lower level players than this will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

We use the DISCORD app for all our fleet chats (it's free). We're much better organized than many other top-tier fleets in the game, while a heck of a lot more relaxed and much more fun to be a part of. I have numerous other former fleet Admirals who joined me, and we have a world of knowledge and experience to share with you. Sure, we all love the game, and we enjoy playing it often; but we're also a fun family of kooky friends from around the world, who enjoy playing the game together. On top of playing, we also hang out often and share plenty of good laughs, an excellent supportive environment and one another's company.

It's OK if you don't play every day. You don’t have to be a daily player, but the more you play the more fun you’ll have with us. So long as you let me know ahead of time whenever you know you're going to be offline from the game for five days or more, I won't kick you for inactivity. You can send me that message on DISCORD at any time you need to; it takes only a moment. That rule helps keep our fleet as active as possible.

All Captains MUST have a name other than just “Captain” so that others may recognize you. We have no drama, but instead are a close-knit group of good people who treat each other as if we’re both friends & family.

WE’RE ALMOST ALL VERY HIGHLY ACTIVE, and help is never far whenever you might need it, at any stage of the game, nearly 24/7. Whatever your skill level, we can help you.

If you are interested in joining our fleet, please feel free to message me and I will be glad to assist you.

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  • I've used it for years for gaming and my fleet use it. 100x better than in game chat. 10/10 would use again!

    My only advice would be don't create too many channels, keep simple.
  • Captain_WhoCaptain_Who ✭✭✭✭✭
    Discord is literally the only reason I still play this game. I've got friends in the game, and we chat there. If in game chat was the only way to communicate, I'm not sure I'd have made it to 6 months, and I know for sure I'd have quit more than a year ago.

    I echo above though, keep a few channels for on topic stuff, announcements, crew sheets, archived and shared knowledge and tricks, and a general room where the normal and random conversation takes place.
  • SSR BarkleySSR Barkley ✭✭✭✭✭
    There is a small learning curve to discord, but once you figure it out, it's a piece of cake. The learning curve really mostly has to do with the server administrator, such as setting up roles and proper security, if you're segmenting channels from each other.

    The benefits of using an app far far outweigh anyone who is put off by having to open another app:
    • You can open it via a web browser, like if you're sitting at work
    • Upload giphy's, pictures, videos, etc
    • Integrate a bot - our bot will spit out stats, farming information, recipes, etc. There are free bots out there you can add as well
    • Don't lose chat history. You can scroll back and see anything
    • Mute/block people that annoy you. Even ban the drama queens and idiots of the world out there
    • Pin important information, that can easily be found by (just like bookmarking/stickying)
    • You don't lose private messages
    • It's FREE!
    /SSR/ Barkley
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  • Discord is fine, I use it for other games. Groupme, similarly. For this game i use LINE and have no issues. Would prefer if they just fixed their chat
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  • I was really nervous about downloading discord. I'd never heard of it and I'm not really a gamer person either. I really liked the sound of the fleet I hoped to join though, so I figured there was no harm in taking the plunge.

    So very glad I did! First I had to wait a couple of weeks to get into 10F, which gave me time to get used to discord itself and adding friends etc. From there I could also join the timelines server, which has many channels and can be overwhelming initially. I tend to lurk there more than post.

    Main points about discord are the fact it works and screenshots. I love screenshots. Screenshots are my fav 💜
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