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2-10-2008 @ 10:51AM
My guild has a rule about helping other people, BUT the high lvl ppl (60+ especially) do not just go run people through an instance. If you have quests, and have made an honest attempt at creating a party, but are a toon short (esp something like gnomer, we all remember and still hate that instance) we will help if we have time, but we do NOT just go run a single player thru an instance to get the boss's blue items (if you have run the instance a few times and haven't been successful trying to get that one you just have to get, we might take pity, but it's the exception, not the rule, and based on if we have the time and inclination to run it.) We have been known to do things just to do them occasionally, but that's when we put out that if anyone wants to join (assuming they are high enough lvl to go) we will take them. That mainly happens in instances BRD and higher, not for lowbies that are too lazy to try things their level themselves in hopes of becoming a higher level.You also make a lot better exp and learn a to more by doing your quests anyway. Even more so since they changed the rewards and amounts for level for 20-60.One thing I recommend is finding a friend (or 2) and creating toons at the same time. After level 20 or so, go do your questing and instances (mainly) with that person. (You should be able to start hopping continents by then.) You learn to work together, and having 2 people to figure out where that next NPC is or to do the escort and other group things can be really useful. It's also a way to always have the beginnings of a party for your next instance run. You could do the same type of thing with guildies, if you have a few people of the same level running the lines together, it goes really fast.The secondary professions tho, that I also learned a little late, but I spent the extra time and caught them up. If only I could cook manna biscuits..... (such a monopoly out there on those- darn mages)About the talent trees...all but 5 points are in one tree, Gotta get that mark of the wild. I refuse to put any in feral, cause I'm sick of hearing how if you aren't feral you can't do anything. Look out, this boomkin is coming. SyrensillyShadowfire on Malfurion
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