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2-18-2009 @ 5:09PM
When I first started WoW, I told myself I was never going to beg for anything. And it's worked out pretty well. I ended up meeting game-long friends through a random PuG, who had higher level friends who offered to run us through instances every now and then. I expected to grind myself from 1 to 80 -- having people offer to help was--and still is--just icing on the cake.At the same time, don't be afraid to ask. You never know. And if someone starts mocking you for being "noob," ignore that fool and move on to someone else.
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