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12-16-2005 @ 10:27AM
Before you ask "Where is X for this quest?", be sure to fully read the quest text. The quick hit at the top will tell you your objective, but the full quest text will tell you where to go for the actual quest itself.
Pay attention to your surroundings, especially in cities. I can't count the number of times I've heard "Where is Marcus Jonathan?" in Stormwind... Then the response. "He's that big guy on the horse as you come into SW." Before asking in General for directions to something in a big city, ask a guard. They put the nifty flag on your map, pointing in the right direction.
Pay attention to those little ingame tooltips that pop up when you start the game. Those contain useful information that will save time later on, and prevent you from asking questions that higher levels will get annoyed with you for.
I've got more, I just can't think of 'em.
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