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1-30-2012 @ 2:47AM
"I also think it's time that blizzard figure out the way to teach people how to play their class."Yes. And - I know people's first impulse when they see a comment like this is OH MERCY HANDHOLDING!!!!!!!oneonezors!1! but it's not necessarily so.Roll a DK, go to Acherus, watch Amal'thazad and his students. Read the dialogue. He actually has some solid advice for Frosties in his little comments.This is not handholding. This is (a) RP-friendly teaching and (b) un-intrusive teaching. Class quests used to do this. I remember seeing my dear friend do his Blood Knight training back pre-Cata, seeing him res Stillblade, then much much later waiting outside Strat for him to foooosh Alonsus Chapel because if I went in I'd die but I wanted to be around at least in spirit.You learned by doing. This is what class quests were for.And, Blizzard, only a few people seeing class quests piqued curiosity in other players and GAVE THEM A REASON TO ROLL ALTS.Can we think a sec instead of just doing whatever loloz (looking at you, tomfool who okayed that execrable Sylavanas story that breaks lore and character *farts in your general vicinity* *yes, Geshtar is twelve*)? Seriously. Dismantle the buildingwide beer bong. ;)
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