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1-12-2011 @ 5:59PM
I havent done any heroics since ..geez forever cant take the "noob' attuitude, sadly from either side, the "we are so leet you suck", and the " i dont want advice Im doing it right" people. I just wish WoW wasnt full of so many old timers.. everybody expects every player to be perfect eanymore, even in simple pugs.. I was away almost 2 years, the new skills and such are hitting me hard, learning hte ropes again. But so far I honestly havent played in a few weeks, the attuitudes on both sides of the fence are just ugly.And I do think top end stuff should just be fore the Elite, make it hard, make it interesting and make youtube take the videos down so people can actually do it themsleves.
1-12-2011 @ 6:45PM
despite your argument to the contrary, I think you came back at just as good a time from a long absence as you ever could have... the redesign of basically every class and talent spec put everyone back at square one. Cataclysm and the Shattering all the more so.honestly the only people i've seen that are jerks/funsuckers are the nubs. They certainly are not worth your time nor consideration.Do your research on your own class/spec if you care to do it. I dare say you're right there with everyone else doing their best, too.
1-12-2011 @ 7:08PM
I agree with Niko. This is a great time to be coming back. We are all relearning the game.I would add that it helps a lot to run regular mode 5 mans until you are completely confident with your abilities. In my experience very few people complain about your performance in a regular mode 5 man.And of course finding a guild to run things with makes all the difference in the world.
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