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10-16-2008 @ 8:14AM
I have actually been having fun relearning the game so to speak. I never did play my paladin much in the beta, so for that I was on the same page as everyone else. It is interesting. I can't say I was confused about any of the talents. I have never been one to go ask everyone else what is best for me to do. I like figuring it out and experimenting.What has surprised me most is the number of questions from guildies that closely resemble that of, for lack of a better term, newbies. Don't get me wrong, I like my guildies and am in no way attempting to denegrate them. Things like, where are my mounts, can we go to northrend stuff like that. They all get answered, I don't call anyone names or anything like that, it was just a surprise to me.
10-16-2008 @ 11:09AM
i agree , other than that... i find some people are lazy, or just so into getting back into some form of grind that, all it takes is too read and observe. Everything explains it self in plain sightIm not throwing stones, since someone casually told me about "show spell rank", Once i unchecked it, i smiled and scratched my head thinking, "How conveneient!"
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