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11-04-2009 @ 3:42PM
@vanI agree completely... There is a big difference between the kinds of add-ons a rookie should have compared to a veteran Raider.Example: my blessed parents have been wandering the wastelands of WoW for a year and never really understood Auction House economy. I installed Auctioneer on their machines last month and now my folks get all excited when they get real return on their sales.Counter Example: I am a BIG opponent of rookies using Quest Helper or other quest automater as they lose the opportunity to explore the world the way the game designers built it. If you are leveling Alts, go for it, but for first time rookies, learning how to go to WowWiki or such ONCE YOU ARE STUCK (and have READ THE QUEST for hints), fine. Having a robot hold your hand would kill the fun for rooks. (you can down vote that last opinion, but I think it is quite valid)
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