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2-18-2009 @ 2:45PM
I'm willing to help people, but I have rules.1) Read the quest. Read it again. I'm not going to hold your hand and read it for you. This is probably my number one pet peeve: most of the people asking for help seem to lack basic reading comprehension skills. Sure there are vague and confusing quests and I'm happy to help out with those.2) Don't expect me to drop what I'm doing and fly halfway across the world to help you with something. I have a limited amount of time to play and I'm not going to waste it helping some stranger level up.3) Don't spam me. I saw your question the first time you asked it and I'll get to it when I'm done with what I'm doing. I don't live to serve you.4) Be polite. Please and thank you go a long way.5) Act like an adult (even if you aren't). I'm not going to help someone who describes everything they don't like as "gay". 6) Explore a little on your own. If the quest says to look for the tree, try actually looking for it before you start asking for the exact coordinates. You'll enjoy the game a lot more.
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