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2-18-2009 @ 2:07PM
I played FFXI back when it first started before WoW came out.IIRC they had a feature that you could turn on and off that would let you flag yourself as a mentor - like an "I'm here to help" flag. Then people looking for help would just find a mentor and ask them questions. This was really great because I really like helping people but sometimes I just want to be left alone. Something like this on WoW would be an awesome addition and probably fairly simple to add in.
2-18-2009 @ 3:05PM
2-18-2009 @ 3:07PM
I really like this idea too!I always enjoy helping people. I started WoW four years ago as a complete and utter MMO noob (when I was about to log out for the first time, I asked my friend where the save point was...true story). I learned because people were able to point me in the direction of some great resources (Petopia, Thottbot back in the day, Wowhead). No, I won't run you through RFC or give you gold- that's doing your work for you. But I'm happy to loan a hand to point someone in the direction of Mankrik's wife or show them how to get to the zeppelin if they ask nicely.In two words: be brief and polite. Charm will get you everywhere, dear noobs.
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