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1-19-2012 @ 7:03PM
"""There's also the fact that there is a significant shortage of in-game information describing to players how various abilities perform, how much they're affected by stats, which ones are more important to this spec than that spec, how much DPS more you can do by prioritizing this ability over that one."""Quite true.One of the biggest failings I see in WoW is an almost complete lack of in-game resources for new players to learn how to really play (plus solo content that is tuned so easy that players never actually have to learn before they start doing group content).I believe that, should there be some place in game the players could turn to in order to learn how to evaluate stats, see if their gear is proper for their spec or the content they are attempting, learn and train rotations, practice basic dungeon skills such as avoiding the fire and boss attacks, etc, the average player skill would increase quite a bit.
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