Sometimes I feel like /r/starcraft understands.

Case-in-point: this self-post regarding the casting selection for the NASL finals.

I really can’t emphasize how important it was to have coherent and well-respected casters bring the final match of the tournament to everyone. I didn’t have to hear someone who wasn’t sure of what was going on and didn’t have to survive through the slow, soft and confidence-lacking play-calling.

DayJWhe9t on the other hand, performed well and even kept me in the loop with subtle hints of locations and movements even as I listened to merely the audio of the cast while driving around for a bit yesterday evening.

I wish radio was still a thing, sometimes.