Many many thanks to The Wayward Initiative for allowing me to do a guest post today. If you haven’t already read it, please do so now. Linkety-link.
This post lead me to your blog. Very nice post and I can identify with this. In WoW, DDO and LoTRO I've felt this pressure to catchup – I always have joined games well after they launched and thus had the big hill to climb.
Having RL friends who'll always play with me helps, though I do want to be part of a wider gaming community.
Personally I'm not a fan of power levelling (being the recipient or mentor), I remember in DDO on the old EU servers it seemed like 99% of the population wanted to just zerg-rush through every quest at warp speed. It was very hard for a new player to learn the dungeons or tactics with such groups so I gave up in the end.
Regardless you and your guild do sound supportive and that's all any player can really expect. I hope the situation works (or has worked) out well!
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