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4-08-2009 @ 9:13PM
Better to be honest than have people just think you're incompetent. I had some hesitancy in telling people this as well. What I discovered was most people were either understanding veterans who were happy to help new players or they were new players themselves.If people call you a newb, they're probably assholes, and will most likely do stuff like blame people for wipes, make assanine comments about your gear, and generally be counterproductive to working as a team. You can always teach a new player how to play but you can't teach a jerk how to be nice. If you find your in a group with these kind of people, just leave and let them figure out why.
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