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Or the tolerence of a WoW newb? That's right - Im brand spanking new to all things WoW. I was hoping to find a home here - small population, not really balanced per your Horde / Alliance armies - but hey - I was able to get the lame Worgen names I wanted.
Since I have been here - one week - to be precise - I have not really seen anyone - but when I have - not one person - not one - waived, or said hello - or assisted to help.
Im level 20 now - and I guess in the big of things thats nothing - but I figuered some of these low level players would want to group or something - safety in numbers and all of that.
So, lots of typing later - is this the standard? What should I expect? Should I expect anything at all?
Thanks for your time.
P.S. These bags the vendors sell are 8 slots - but all the stuff I am finding in the field fill them up really fast - are there bigger ones I can purchase?
Or the tolerance of a WoW newb? That's right - Im brand spanking new to all things WoW. I was hoping to find a home here - small population, not really balanced per your Horde / Alliance armies - but hey - I was able to get the lame Worgen names I wanted.
Like any social based interaction the game can get a bit cliquey. My advice is to join a guild in game, and then you will have a connection with some of the players and can get to know people in game. A lot of Guilds spam in Trade chat in the main cities. Or you can whisper me in game and I’ll get you an invite into Integrity. Kendarianx is the GM (Or Scut, Mohillbilly, Kendarianxx are other names of his), we are a very casual guild. With some very old and some very new players. I am not promising everyone will have time for just you, but you will at least get answers to stuff and start seeing people talk back and forth. Possibly even be able to link up with someone leveling at the same time as you.
Most if they do not know you or you are not in their guild just stay busy with their own little tasks and ignore everyone around them. I have been guilty of that a time or two, or just plain AFK in my case. Once you get known to a few people that might at least break up a bit. Again as above, try joining a guild.
Most of the low levels are just busy trying to level and are actually chatting in other fields (Guild chat/trade chat/ whispers), or are Auction house/bank alts.
I think I about covered it. It can be hard for a new player to break through into other areas without joining a guild, or knowing anyone already on the server.
Tailoring professions have larger (read cost gold) slot bags; there are also larger bags that drop in dungeons. So eventually you will have larger bags. But in the end you will still fill them up to capacity there is rarely ever enough room for everything we want to store or carry with us.
Edited by Kenjona on 1/10/2011 8:15 PM PST
Honestly good choice rolling as alliance because I have been on Blood Furnace since the release of BC and it has just gone down hill on the horde side....If i had a job i would honestly faction change or do a server transfer if it werent for my guild and my friends....
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