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3-09-2007 @ 3:59PM
Also, I wouldn't volunteer information about how new I am to an instance. I have a hunter now, but back when I was tanking instances, I never said a word about whether I had been in there. Barring that, I'd go to Wowwiki or Thottbot and look up what you can on instances that are your level. You won't get every single detail about an instance, but you can at least have an idea of what you're getting in to.I don't know how many teams are kicking you due to not knowing the instance, but you're better off not teaming with them. I've seen groups like that where one or more people are veterans, and then when a new player on the team makes even a minor infraction, the veterans freak out, or do the famous "...". Whatever. If they're that impatient, it won't be a good run for anyone.But, again, especially with your hunter, don't volunteer info. Your role is ranged dps, so knowing the instance shouldn't be an issue. With your pally, if they ask, be truthful, and if at any time you're a healing or tanking class, whether you've run the instance 40 times or 1 time, its a good idea to ask what they expect of you, since your role is changeable.
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