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2-18-2009 @ 4:14PM
Many good points here. Getting asked for gold or to power-level your character is NOT something I appreciate. If you're new, then you should enjoy the discovery and accomplishment of playing the game for the first time. I loved figuring out quests, earning my first gold, etc. If you just relax and don't try to "omg rush 2 80!!1" you might find you enjoy the lower-level stuff. (Which is always more fun when enemies don't die from you just looking at them funny.) I will, RARELY, agree to do run-throughs. However, you must be polite when asking, and although personally I never accept payment for something so simple, it's always nice to offer to pay. And for the love of GOD, if I say "Sorry, I can't help you" then that means NO. I've had a lowbie pester me wanting me to power-level him at 3 in the morning when I was about to log. And it took a good 15 minutes of refusing group invites and insisting that I would not help him with anything before I could get him to tell me what he wanted in the first place. Also, that person at the AB portal who wanted a group invite... I said no, that means no. My reasoning is not your concern. Just proves that not all n00bs are low-level. And a word of advice for those answering questions: be polite! If you're going to answer, it just takes a little effort to write a polite response, even if you're not feeling particularly happy to be answering. Otherwise, you'll just seem like an ass.
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