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1-01-2008 @ 9:11AM
Very well said, Rainnajax. I remember when I started playing 8 months ago, some lvl 70 dude were announcing in Tirisfal Glades chat that his guild is recruting new members without any level restriction. He showed me around Undercity, explained meaning of people in there and also showed me some things that made a bit jealous, like Frostwolf Howler :) Another thing I wanted to say it that not every new player is noob and/or you won't be able to tell right away without asking him some more complicated questions. I was using WoWWiki, WoWhead etc. to get quickly started on some basics and even advanced gameplay and etiquette.
1-01-2008 @ 11:22AM
Thank you, I appreciate your kind words. I just think that for any player who enjoys the game and wants to promote that we use good etiquette and some basic guidelines for walking in the Azeroth world, that some of us need to be examples of how to promote positive gameplay and good form overall. I see too often the lack of respect. My guild took me under their wing and taught me the ropes and are still teaching me, so it makes sense to pay it forward and help out someone the way they helped me. :-)Rainnajax
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