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8-26-2011 @ 1:42PM
From the other side of the coin...I'm relatively new. I've only been playing WoW for 8-9 months, and have only had a lvl 85 toon for about 6 weeks or so. I feel like everything you have to learn and know to be GOOD comes NOW. It seems that way for me, anyway. Sure, there are basic things that get you through the games as you level, but gear, boss fights, working as a team on things, gear, dailies, spell rotations, gear.. did I say gear? Yeah, that's all been such a learning curve for me. Gemming, reforging, good enchants - the whole thing. I heard more times than I can remember to: "Don't worry about that until you're 85." Well, now I am, and I wish I had spent more time along the way really understanding it all. Because while I am lucky enough to be in a guild that has some really smart and understanding members, and a great GM and officer team, I am still struggling a little bit. I am my own worst critic, of course - most girls are, but I'd just like to say that I'm really appreciative in groups where people take two seconds to answer my questions (I do ask at appropriate times, by the way) or to offer something helpful for me to know - so that I can, in turn, be helpful in the fights. Yelling, bitching, making assumptions... it's overrated. Just be helpful if someone is genuine about needing it. And for GOODNESS SAKES! If I tell you I'm new here, and you want me to sheep something - mark it, point to it, or SOMETHING! :)
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