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7-21-2009 @ 5:10PM
Echoing the earlier view that this article is rather pointless. It almost takes less time to reach level nine than it does to read this article, and writing the article certainly took more time than it will save all (both?) the players who use it to level with.And someone who needs help figuring out that you cast Wrath and melee mobs to kill them almost certainly lacks the required motor skills and brain cells to not only install the game, but also look up Warcraft blogs on the internets.These absolute beginner articles just seem a bit silly to me - I get it that you like writing about WoW a lot, so you're reaching for subject matter a bit, and your intentions are good; but if someone's just installed WoW, they're not going to be running off to read a blog about what to do to get to level 9.
7-21-2009 @ 5:27PM
I disagree, as someone who came from another MMO and has read many blogs pertinent to other games, wow.com was not hard to find and start using as a reference at very low levels. With limited actual play-time and far too much time spent browsing blogs at "work", these guides are helpful and welcome.
7-21-2009 @ 5:28PM
There is a lot of truth to this viewpoint; however you're kind of being a dick. Besides don't you think WOW.com reaches for content fairly liberally in all facets of World of Warcraft?
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