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wolfmandave8
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Help for new players

#1 » Post by wolfmandave8 » 29 Feb 2020 14:36

Was thinking since the coumminity took such a nose dive ...


Somethign I noticed an heard a few people complaing about when trying to level a chr here be it fresh or just a new alt is the serious lack of dungeons pre wotlk and even then its mainly only heroics people que for :|

Maybe Increase world drops of items to help people get some gear when leveling that is relivant rather than get to 60+ wearing lvl 20 items as thats all that dropped as you leveled


This would give incentive to new players to the game / server to stay rather than rage quit as they cant ever find a dungeon or get gear to progress through content safe

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Re: Help for new players

#2 » Post by Dymond » 29 Feb 2020 15:29

There is RAF, experience rate adjustment up to 3x, you can vote or purchase vote points to purchase heirlooms. We offer character transfers. I have noticed a lot of players leveling. Just ask in world for dungeons.
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Re: Help for new players

#3 » Post by Axis » 01 Mar 2020 07:08

This is a natural occurrence from leveling at 3x rates with heirlooms. The stock drop rates are meant for players leveling at 1x.
The lack of low level dungeons has always been an issue since most of the crowd is at level 80. The next highest most active bracket under that is 69-79.
It's unfortunate but it is what it is.
You're welcome to invite friends to join you for pre-made group runs or just keep leveling to 80 and join the rest of the crowd in various level 80 actvities.
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