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10-14-2009 @ 3:59PM
Someone did the exact same thing for me on my DK a long time ago. I was totally new to raiding, and the game for the most part. I started playing in WotLK, leveled to 55 on a warrior, and then leveled a DK. I was wet behind the ears, and the only thing I knew was that I needed STR. A guy noticed I was in a guild he used to be in, inspected my spec, and whispered me out of nowhere that he could help out. He explained a few things, and explained the idea of a rotation to me, and all of a sudden, lots of things just clicked! And very rapidly I came to understand my class, raiding, and the game in general, and I wish I would have found this friend sooner!OTOH, I was receptive to a complete stranger offering help. I've offered the same help only to be told to @$#% off. If they aren't willing to learn, they aren't worth wasting the time to run with.
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