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10-31-2009 @ 12:04AM
This is a great article and I'll definitely be sharing it with some of my friends who are afraid of grouping. As I read some of you guys' horror stories of grouping, I realize I got really lucky. I leveled on a low population server, which I chose specifically because WoWiki said it was very newbie friendly (Darrowmere) and by level 12 I found a casual guild. We all decided to go to Deadmines one Friday. We planned the group carefully, figuring out who could do what roles. When the others figured out that I was interested in healing they decided I would be the healer for the group. Somehow it didn't scare me, since I was healing in battlegrounds and it seemed like the easiest part of the game. I wouldn't have to keep track of which monsters to attack or lead the way in the dungeon. All I had to do was look at the health bars of my party members and cast heals.Since we were all learning what to do we spent about 4 hours in there, but we did eventually beat the dungeon. No one was mean or called anyone a noob. We were all learning together. After that I healed almost every dungeon as I leveled up.
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