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6-19-2009 @ 8:13AM
I am a bit nervous about using the ptr, tbh. Not sure what i am expecting but my friends that i am used to gaming with won't be there to share in the experience which i don't like the thought of. And to my mind it will take the enjoyment out of the game if you go and visit it before everyone else, a bit like opening you xmas presents in the dead of night and then rewrapping them for when your family wake up.
6-19-2009 @ 10:36AM
I always had the same basic issue with the PTR, until the last patch. I knew that there were going to be issues with dual specs (which being an officer in my guild, I knew I would get questions from other guildies), so I hopped on there to pretty much check out the functionality.I think this helped out a bunch, because a lot of people in my guild didn't know where to go, or how the mechanics of it worked even after they bought it.Another thing was that I wanted to check out the tourney, which, because my computer was extremely laggy w/ the PTR, turned out to be little more than finding the location of the tourney, so that I could get started right away when the patch went live.My point is, that even if you are not a hardcore raider, you may find some use in stopping by the PTR, even if it is only to check out the new druid forms :-)
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