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9-04-2008 @ 11:50PM
1-60 is boring as hell, it's repetitive and old. To new players, on most servers it's a one player game for good amount of time, during those levels. Honestly, they should just give you lvl 55 classes. Here's the thing though, the new players won't be leveling fast, because they're not doing the recruit-a-friend.Recruit-a-friend is so you can, guess what? Recruit a friend, so hopefully you'll be playing with him, hopefully the couple of years you've been playing the game you picked stuff up. So that you can help your friend with questions he/she might have. Since skills and spells are just understanding on how they affect you or the target and when the situation arises to use them.On the part of players been unable to understand their skills because they're leveling so fast... Seriously I wonder if any so call gaming experts that happen to take a writing course in high school, have any idea on what they're talking about. I seriously can understand how confusing it could be because you happen to get a new skill every 2 levels... Oh wait most of them are crap like underwater breathing or an upgraded version of the older one you spam anyways."What happens if you level too quickly?"You avoid all the unnecessary crap and get to the core of your skills as fast as possible, don't even bother doing your own talent spec, because it'll suck, because obviously you're new the game. Reason why there is armory. Sure there is some tiny variety on the top specs, but they're all about the same, depending on what you want to do in your class. All this information, hopefully your friend would let you know all this information, since you're actually "playing" with him.The recruit a friend is for you to make a second account, kill it, leaving it at lvl 1 and have it follow you as a ghost while you turn quests in group for 3x experience before the 14 day trial is over.At the end of the day, this doesn't affect anything or anyone in anyway possible. I can't even understand why anyone would think it would. BC is plenty of time to get used to your skills, when it takes almost a work day to get a level.
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