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2-10-2008 @ 8:39AM
Personally, I play in a guild where about 90% of the people I was friends with before playing WoW. Without their help and direction, I would probably not be the player I am now. It was with guildies that I was first comfortable leading an instance, and it was guildies to whom i turned whenever I was curious about gear/BGs/instances/whatever. However, I had to tell them when I needed them to NOT help so much. One of my friends who has been a 70 since I started always wanted to "run me through" instances -- code for do everything for me. I had to tell him that I needed to learn to do it myself. So I think that being there is definitely a huge part in perhaps making the game more fun, all birds have to fly from the nest at some time.
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