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3-03-2009 @ 6:03PM
Never used quest helper. Have a guildmate that used it soloing.. once she joined our guild she turned it off. Her biggest complaint about it now is she has no idea what was going on for those levels - she just followed the marching ants. So, when we discuss lore or storylines from those areas, she's clueless.I guess if all you want for your $15/mo is to skip thru 70 levels of game so you can farm raids, that's your money. Me? I want a quest to be a QUEST! I already have little lines in the road to follow and project plans to blindly follow in real life.
3-03-2009 @ 6:47PM
Quest HELPER, not Quest DOER.Just because you use it does not mean that you have to blindly run through the quests without paying attention to the detail. You can, in fact, do both. You can at least skim the quest details, even with addons and the fast quest text.While I might agree that GPS style arrows on the screen are (for me) a bit too much, the ants on the map don't bother me. Why? It's a freaking magic map to begin with! It knows exactly where you are, and the names of all the important places around you. Who drew this map anyway? And why is it blank until I go someplace new?Anyway, my magic map just happens to have an extra enchant that marks nearby points and people of interest. It also suggests a travel plan, which I routinely (intended) ignore.
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