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1-19-2012 @ 4:39PM
Way to play into the stereitype of a D-bag wow player. Thanks pal! You make the rest of us look bad to other communities looking in. Not every wow player has been here since Vanilla. Every player doesn't have the time to go check out askmrrobot, or Ej to find the most optimal gearing, gemming, and enchanting strategies. We were all new players at one time, heck. I personally didn't start wow unti march of 07, well into BC and I was terrible! I had no clue on how to spec, gem, gear etc... and somewhere along the way now, 5 years later I am one of the better players on my server. Am I the best, no. Am I in a top raiding guild, No. But I am one of the veterans who tells the new players where to find mankrik's wife (pre-cata). I tell them about how to find the honor vendor, and to swap to a two handed weapon with high amounts of strength if they want to play a ret pally. I have given rides on my 2 man rocket from org to the raptor vendor in the darkspear village so that the new player could buy a raptor mount.What have you done to help other players get better? Have you sent them to check out mrrobot? Have you been patient with them as they needed every single item that dropped in Wailing Caverns b/c they didn't know any better? Did you show them where the JC trainer in SMC is? How about instead of saying how terrible the majority of the players are, why don't you get out there and help them get better instead of hovering around Org or SW on your super duper rare flying mount and insulting those in trade who have the gall to ask which belt is better for them as a enhance shaman? The leather with int or the mail with agi? If you won't take the time to help others around you improve and we are all so terrible, why are you still here? I hear there is some new mmo out there based off some films from the 70's that is supposedly very popular with elitist d-bags such as yourself.
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