Raiding with Voice Recognition (Nighthold)

By popular request, I have created and uploaded two YouTube videos from our Normal Nighthold adventures this week: Elisandre and Skorpyron. Because it was important to observe the voice commands I was using, I was unable to exclude our voice chatter. (I believe that to do so, I would have to install a second soundcard, but someone please correct me if I’m wrong.) These are not the only videos that I created, but I have a tendency to die to stupid effects during our Heroic runs, due to the inherent latency of voice recognition. Please comment below with any questions you have.

Thanks for watching!

4 thoughts on “Raiding with Voice Recognition (Nighthold)

  1. Hey Phaelia.

    Gosh, it´s you, it´s actually you! I followed your blog back then, so much!

    Restoration Druid back then, Restoration Druid now.

    I adored the way your site was set up, the way you described things and the pictures you included.

    So glad I came across this new website, I had no idea you were back 🙂

    How fascinating, gaming hands-free. I am sorry you are “forced” to do it because of your health but I am very impressed by how you have handled it.

    Glad to hear you and Mr. Phae and your son is well.

    I can remember wearing Phaelia’s Vestments of the Sprouting Seed with pride!

    I look forward to dive into your site and have a look around, and follow you 🙂

    1. Welcome “back”, Alunaria!

      I’m happy to hear that you have stuck with your Restoration Druid all this time. How is it that you found this site, if I might ask? Was it linked from another blog?

      Thank you for your comments! Glad to have you as a reader. 🙂

  2. Thank you – I think I just did a little googling around, then came across the name Phaelia, and thought, that couldn´t be a considence! 🙂 I´m not into blogs that much, my sparetime is limited (parenting and all, I´m sure you know what it´s like!), so I prefer to only spend it in game or on high quality content outside the game 😉

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