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10-31-2009 @ 11:06PM
It's lovely reading this great conversation spurred on by the article which I wrote for our blog, Hots and Dots. I think I almost deleted that article at least 4 times. I know I rewrote it at least 3 times. I really didn't think anyone was interested in what I had to say and I thought other bloggers, who talk more about leveling and alts than I, would have the topic covered and then some!My first instances were really bad too. I put a lot of pressure on myself to be perfect. I felt that everything I did announced to the group that I was a total noob. I don't think I enjoyed the first few instances I did. I certainly can't remember them well - they whole thing is a blur. But I sucked at sapping. I know that! (ps. for you young Rogues out there, you can Distracting Shot so they pivot around and then sneak up and apply sap from behind - it's your best chance to not get seen)It really does distress me to know that so many people are missing out on this part of the game - it's so fun!Perhaps when the LFG Cross-Server system launches we can either (a) start a buddy system where 4 nice people take 1 inexperienced player into a dungeon or (b) start a 5 man group where all the players are inexperienced and they can muddle through together.I know I'd be keen to set a time to do the first. I don't know if I can convince any of my mates to join me though! They're all in it for the loot!Otherwise if you play on Barthilas (Oceanic, US) whisper Cassandri if you need a patient healer or DPS :)
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