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10-03-2007 @ 4:54PM
"Basically, Karazhan is a place enchanters go to level their sharding skills."So true, so true. Far too many "everyone gets a shard" runs under my belt...Anywho, don't be too intimidated to take up the guild on their offer of a raid spot. Everyone was new at one time and if the guild is worth being in they'll take the time to help you get up to speed.As for online resources, wowwiki.com is a great resource for all sorts of things, including learning all the little details about bosses. There's also bosskillers.com which is very good and often has a breakdown of what each class should be doing, and even from user comments on thottbot.com and the other various item database type sites. It's good to get your information from a few different sources to get different perspectives.And one other thing I'd suggest, if you don't have 'em already, is get some basic raiding addons. A threat meter (KLH Threat Meter and Omen are the big ones, I recommend Omen) and some boss mods (BigWigs, Deadly Boss Mods; there's a lot of good ones out there, find out if the guild uses a particular one) go a long way in becoming a successful raider. If your new to addons I think there was a WoW Insider post about addon basics a while back. A search should locate it fairly easily.
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