Stand back, Drama Mamas readers -- Robin and I are going to put ourselves out of business this week. I say "this week" because I'm not going to spoiler-ize the Drama Mamas for all time ... Just for this week. And I'm doing it because I want to remind everyone about a resource we've been working on since the beginning of this year, something designed to shake loose new insights and solutions for frustrated WoW
players, old and new alike: The Drama Mamas Drama-Buster Guide
Allow me to roll up my sleeves and demonstrate:
Due to some very persuasive to give the Warcraft a try again i decided to jump into it. The first things i noticed once i stop the grind to max level is that. My old server...is empty...dead..The City where i do my auction house is all changed around. Also guilds seem to be less about community and more about guild perks. I'm scratching my head at a loss at what to do now that i am 90, with a guild who does not talk to each other. I've not played since Wrath of the Lich king. I've been curious what to do in game, and even if i should roll a new toon on another server with all the time I've been gone. Could you offer your thoughts?
Confused Warcraft Player
Thanks for writing in, Confused Warcraft Player. You're not alone in finding yourself socially adrift in game, despite how many other players constantly surround you. The Drama Mamas solution: There's a guide for that!
As you've discovered, WoW's
not as much fun without someone to share it with, so let us show you some proven tactics for finding some gaming buddies
to play with. It sounds like your socially limp guild isn't much a help, either; a better guild match
would go a long way toward propelling you back into the fun zone.
And where is the friend who talked you into coming back to play? He or she really ought to be sharing this experience
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