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3-08-2012 @ 12:10PM
I am working on talking a good friend of mine into trying WoW. I know he would love it. He knows he would love it (which is, actually, part of the problem - he's afraid of being tempted to play too much, which I totally understand) but he just hasn't tried it yet, partly because of the cost, and partly because of the parenthetical statement above.But, because I think he might be close (and I'm considering paying for his games and his first few months [I guess I'm a clever crack dealer, now]) I have been actually thinking about this a lot lately, and have actually made an outline of sorts of how I would slowly and methodically introduce him to the game. I want him to level up slowly, the way I did the first time, and really learn how vast and rich this experience can be.So this article is really perfect for me. Good timing, thanks.**BTW: Another way to gain XP is by leveling a profession. Perhaps you left that out on purpose as being a more advanced aspect, but just thought I'd mention it.
3-08-2012 @ 12:16PM
I guess I should have said "gathering professions" but you get the idea.
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