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2-18-2009 @ 3:16PM
I was terrible when I first started on my main. The closest thing to WoW I had ever played was The Sims...yeah... exactly.I remember someone helping me do something in Redridge, and after we were done, he asked me if I wanted a wand. I said, "Sure!". He then proceeded to tell me that we would have to run back to Lakeshire, because he, "didn't have the mats." I thought to myself, "What kind of mat do you need to make a wand?" I envisioned someone having to lay a something down on the floor or ground so they could create something. Kind of like a small, portable workshop or something. Little did I know it was short for materials... I was such a noob. Even worse than that, on a Nightelf Druid I rolled, someone invited me to a group to kill the druids down in the Den. After a kill, a strange box popped up on my screen with some sort of sword that was basically useless to a druid and I was presented with two choices. "Need" or "Greed". My first thought was.. Greed=Bad.. Don't be greedy. And that Need would be good, because if someone needed it, then they could have it... Mistake! The other person asked me why I needed the sword. I said I didn't, but I thought that was the right thing to do. I doubt I made it on to their friends list. :SI could go on and on about my many escapades in the land of Noob, but I have wasted far too much of your time already. :)
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