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10-30-2009 @ 5:35PM
Great posting and article. It is so true. When I first started playing and running instances they would put a raid icon on me and someone else because I got lost so bad. To this day I still run into walls in Deadmine's. I did not understand the terminology with the rules of looting and even took items by mistake, because I did not know. When I leveled my second toon, a priest, I was afraid to actually run her through instances and heals because I was worried about getting blamed for deaths. I had healers anxiety like you would not believe. Now I just sit back and relax and play. And yes, I still get lost....it has pretty much become a joke and I am thankful the guild is understanding.
10-31-2009 @ 10:18AM
I slowly built a holy set for my paladin before the days of Emblems of Conquest, and, having healed only twice before as a druid around Level 33, finally agreed to heal a party through Utgarde Keep. My heart pounded the whole time, but not only was my performance adequate, it had more potential than I thought. Two pugs called "Raid time!" and ditched after Dalronn and Skarvald. My friend insisted he, I, and the remaining DPS continue: we three-manned Ingvar. Here's to being pushed off the dock.
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