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10-02-2009 @ 4:16AM
At the end of the day, the endgame experience WoW offers is drastically different from the level 1-10 one anyway. At level one you're not worrying about hit rating, the defence cap, what's an MP5?, you don't really have anything to clue you in about aggro until level 20, you're not worrying about raid management, DPS, or any number of other things. You're certainly not aware that if you set foot on the official forums with pretty much any question that someone (someone? Everyone!) is going to check out your armory page and mock you for your misinformed gem choices if you haven't done the research on out of game websites.(before someone accuses me of being the person described above - I'm not, I've put the requisite WoWwiki research time in, but I know a few people who haven't, and you probably do too. And who can blame them? To many people it is, after all, just a game.)Endgame WoW is a totally different game, and Blizz don't actually tell you this or signpost it at any point. It's kinda lucky in retrospect that it's a game so many people like, really.
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