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9-04-2008 @ 8:16PM
This is a rather dramatic overreaction to something that isn't half as bad as half as bad as you make it sound.As it stands you are NOT levelling fast enough to simply not know how to use your abilities. You would have to be levelling at 5, maybe 10 times normal speed to not have the chance to test out the skills you get.There are two types of players in the recruit a friend program, new players and the vets. Now the new players have a vet holding their hand throughout almost the entire experience so them not understanding what to do isn't an issue. The only issue I can see with this is that they are missing old world content but the old world is mostly dead and they will probably see it eventually anyway if they level an alt later on (after the 90 days are up).The vets will already have experienced playing WoW and will almost certainly have a vague idea of how to play a class. As I said before you aren't advancing fast enough to not learn to effectively use the abilities you get at each level so learning how that class plays specifically isn't an issue either. Missing content is also a nonissue since the players will have already grinded their face off through the old world at least once (and in alot of cases many times).Ofcourse this is all very general. There will always be the mouthbreathers who still manage to "do it wrong" and no amount of extra time levelling will fix that other than possibly causing them to get bored and stop playing.-Gnomercy
9-04-2008 @ 9:16PM
Hay now! Maby our nose just dosnt work right =(.
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