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6-13-2006 @ 12:37PM
I followed the link but it looks like you can't actually pre-order the book from that site. Amazon.com has it up, though, and it's about $17-$18. I'd love to give it a look. A lot of the web-based information on instances assumes you already know a good deal about particular instances. If this book can present information that would be valuable to first-timers (rather than just a marked map of the instance, which is already available via the Atlas plug-in), then I might pick it up.My level 60 hunter has never been in Dire Maul, Stratholme, LBRS/UBRS, Molten Core, etc., mainly because I would have no clue what to do in those instances, and I'm afraid I'd wipe the raid just bumbling through. If you tell a group that you've never been, expect to be replaced by someone who has more experience.It would also help in some of the lower level instances. A lot of people have trouble with places like Uldaman, where you have unusual game mechanics to contend with. Hell, just the other night I ran Wailing Caverns for the first time with some local people and it was almost a nightmare, since none of us had played Horde before, let alone been in WC.
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