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8-09-2011 @ 5:42PM
I have to admit dungeons are very intimidating. I'm new to wow, leveling my first toon as a healer. As I'm new to everything, I make sure to say that at the very beginning of every group. I've had groups that were super helpful, some that were silent and others that were rude. My worst experiences have happened after a wipe. Not because people died but because I couldn't find the entrance to the instance from the graveyard and get back quickly enough to rez them. I'm sure most people don't think about this because they have been playing forever and most of the geography comes second nature. However, some instances are practically mazes when it comes to finding the entrance. It doesn't make it any easier when you have the group hounding you to hurry up but not a single person is willing to give directions when asked. Because I'm new I am willing to put up with a lot. I figure every situation will teach me something and make me better. Tanks not waiting for me to drink, DPS pulling, even people giving me pointers in rude/sarcastic ways. I'll take it all. But I can't stand people that are rude but have nothing helpful to say.
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