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10-31-2009 @ 1:33PM
Just want to echo everything here. I am NOT a hardcore gamer, but I remember what it was like when I was a total noob who didn't know how to play my class and while I get that it is nerve-wracking to tell people this is your first time, I do recommend doing it. It avoids the problem of people thinking you're just stupid, and while you might run the risk of having to find another group, I think the pain of that is less than it would be if you were in the middle of an instance and you had just caused the 5th wipe and you got booted anyway, after being chewed out.Just be willing to learn (It is MAJORLY frustrating when someone makes the same mistake over and over and over and over. If you can't do certain things after a little practice, you may just not be cut out for it). That said, if you're an elitist, please don't assume that just because I don't have achievements I don't know what I am doing. Remember that raid achievements really have more to do with who you're running with than you personally. And this goes both ways- don't assume that because someone has an achievement that they know what they are doing. They might have been dead for the whole fight.
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