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10-30-2009 @ 7:40PM
i never ran a dungeon for a very long time when i started.me and someone else started playing at the same time, levelling... not really together, but talking to each other about what we found in the game and how we were doing.a few of the other players real life friends happened to play (the reason we started) and they were like 'come on, we can switch and we can all go deadmines, its a dungeon and you will get really good items'but i sort of felt like enough of a div solo as it was, i didnt need to let another 4 people down at the same time.So, what actually happened, was the first dungeon i ever did in a group was ramparts. 61 levels and i finally joined my first group, they were like 'wtf... you've NEVER done a dungeon before?' lol. i absoloutely loved it (probably why ramparts is still my favourite instance) and i progressed from there.Now, although i've quit (at least until 3.3/cat) whenever i ran a dungeon and there was someone relatively new or inexperienced i always made the effort to make them feel comfortable and relaxed. It's a game and its such a horrible feeling to feel like you are letting others down and then they actually point it out and shout at you for it.
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