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89. Re: The Elder Scrolls Online in April Dec 12, 2013, 02:58 The Half Elf
jdreyer wrote on Dec 12, 2013, 02:10:
Verno wrote on Dec 11, 2013, 14:57:
Ratty wrote on Dec 11, 2013, 14:20:
I've never played a multiplayer game before. I've always been curious and wanted to try one out. I might give this a go except I would be so bad I'd be laughed off the servers.

This is a common misconception about multiplayer gaming, trust me there are many players out there worse than you regardless of your skill level. Every game has a learning curve and adjustment period but singleplayer games are like that too. It's all about playing with the right folks IMO, find like minded people who just want to game for fun and not a bunch of tryhards who are going to criticize every mistake.

Actually, every time I've played an MMO, I've almost always encountered people who were more than willing to help me out and show me the ropes. You'll stick out as a noob, and that's not a bad thing. Someone kind will come around and help you.

Tried the Everquest Beta, and made a Human Ranger, that started off in Surefall Glades (think that's the starting spot for them), at night, couldn't see shit, and after 14 mins quit and uninstalled.
So about a month after launch I bought the game, and made a Half-Elf Warrior that started in Qeynos (Hence where I got my name). Didn't know what the hell to do or where to go, but a guy walks up to me and gave me a full suit of leather armor and a fine steel scimitar. Considering the only step up was Bronze Armor, I had just won 2 lottery's.
And while I understand people can be new to a game, I truly enjoy helping out new players. Except for my Ex of 15 years... introduced him to Everquest and he ended up running his own raid off 2 computers less then a year later (now I know how women feel when they want sex but can't because of a raid).
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