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4-13-2006 @ 10:00AM
I've recently had the same experience. I finally convinced a long time EQ/EQ2 buddy to make the switch. It's funny cause he swore off WOW for a long time, but he hit level 9 his first day playing. I had an Alt that was at level 17, in the time we've been playing together over the past week, his character is now up to lvl 18 and I am only at 19! It's been a lot of fun showing him around, but I am afraid we are powerleveling his guy too fast and he will miss out on the content of the game.Alot of his questions are around the game interface, like using chat, the vendor interface, and the emotes.Otherwise, it's been pretty easy for him.
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