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3-15-2012 @ 3:19PM
New players should know that not all WoW players are friendly and intend to give good advice. In fact on my server, asking a legitimate question on trade or general chat usually gets a sarcastic or misleading response. It is better to ask someone else you can trust or check the forums or Google search, as the article suggested. It can get frustrating at times to see so many bad mannered players in WoW, but the best thing to do is to remember that those kind of players are usually the ones who yell the loudest and make their presence known. These players are not representative of the whole WoW community. There are plenty of intelligent and helpful players out there who are glad to help new players learn the ropes. You just have to find them.
7-03-2012 @ 6:11PM
I have been so depressed this past week because of all the critical comments I've been getting. It is great to know that there are people out there who are willing to help, not exactly a new player, but someone who doesn't know all the ropes or 'language' used in this game. I love WoW and wish I could find more friends to share and ask questions of. Thanks for your response on Insider. jlizz
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