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Honestly bro, you simply need a team that's patient.


Posted 10:24 pm, 09/17/2020

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Honestly bro, you simply need a team that's patient. Attack and collector roles are super easy. Defender may be the hardest to learn in the beginning, but becomes the simplest and sometimes quickest. I loathed healer no matter what, you have a lot to remember. These two are so brainless, I had been hours after I should have gone to bed and still performing well enough.

Attempt and keep replaying with the exact same staff for some time or two, and ask them if they don't mind you trying healer or trapper for the first time. I received my fighter torso, and Kandarin difficult, in a few hours. It really isn't a minigame that is tricky. Regardless of what your role is, always stay ahead of the calls. I really stop doing anything and stare at the timer until it strikes 0 if it's within a few seconds; it's that significant. Additionally, when people are spamming what functions they need, just spam"brand new player looking to play att or coll". When it's a role that individuals are having difficulty filling, they won't mind working with you whether it means that they could stop d***g around and perform with.

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