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3-03-2008 @ 9:57AM
You didn't have to say you were from Michigan, the euchre part gave it away ;)I had my mom try out WoW a few months ago, she had the same problems with facing and movement but was doing better after a couple of weeks. She just did the trial account and decided she didn't have enough time to really justify the monthly fee (even though I offered to pay it for her :P).I was also a complete newb when I started this, my husband got me playing it at first and the best thing he probably did for me was leave me alone :) My guild was really helpful and I'm one of those, if I can't look it up it's not worth knowing kind of people so, so he pointed me in the direction of online resources (at the time all we had was thottbot and alla was just starting, I shudder now at thinking of using those) and then let me have at it. Be persistent, don't be afraid to ask someone how they are doing something (that's how I learned how to swim and autorun hehe), and the time will just fly by.
3-03-2008 @ 9:59AM
P.S. One of the most addictive parts of this game for me was the lore. Read the quests and the chatboxes with various NPCs, some of it is really interesting.
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