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5-22-2010 @ 3:04AM
WoW. The only game you'll ever play where you read the cheat book BEFORE you've played the level.
5-22-2010 @ 9:22AM
Strange isn't it? Instead of wiping endlesly on a boss in a raid, it is as if Blizzard wants you to visit sites like TankSpot and use addons like DeadlyBossMods. Healing a raid? Get a healing addon!I was wondering the other day, if I were a complete n00b and my first char just dinged 80... what should I do?! What IS there to do? All of this information apparantly only comes from your fellow players (guildies) and guides. Where to raid, what dungeons there are, what these silly little Emblems/Trophies of the Crusade/Tier-tokens are, etcetera...Although there is some information on the official WoW websites, I doubt many people ever read that stuff. And the information on there is only the very basics.To summarise, I think what new players need most in WoW is a continually updated, online, COMPLETE guide to ALL things WoW. (Although WoW.com's Rookie-guides are neat, this is not a website a rookie tends to visit.)
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