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5-05-2009 @ 2:18PM
Honestly, I thought this was an MMO, massively multiplayer. Instead I'm finding myself leveling all my characters solo, with the odd quest team up every 6-7 levels by an alt who already knows everything and thinks I do too. I'll tell a group I'm new and I'm here to learn and I'll sometimes get dropped for it. Way to help a newbie.In the 6 months I've played, I've been able to successfully group TWO dungeons. The rest have been utter failure pugs. Hell, I'll even admit a few fatal mistakes were my fault. But gee, who was there to show me how to improve and where I went wrong? Not you. You're out in Naxx doing speed runs or in Ulduar in a goddamn pissing match with your other 80 buddies.All these old assholes qq'ing "nobody knows how to play their class! Don't give them high level characters!" probably had the LUXURY of having friends or guilds regularly group with them and thus don't understand that nobody cares about classic content anymore (or at least doing it *correctly*). And then they turn around and qq some more, "wtf, these retards are level 80, how can they still not know how to play their class". And I see it non-stop in forums. Well it isn't cause they fucking skipped 1-79, now is it? Forcing someone to slog through the retardedly simple yet needlessly long quests of the classic world teaches *jack shit*. That's why you have MILLIONS of characters who don't know what they're doing. Ugh, either way, I don't care. I'm done with WoW as of next week. So miserable I didn't even make it to Outland.
5-08-2011 @ 5:12AM
Well said Bro.
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