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WoW Rookie Guide updated with addon and guild sections

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We know that most of you reading WoW Insider have been playing World of Warcraft for ages, but if you have a newbie WoW-player in your life, why not save yourself the inevitable gameplay questions and send them to our Rookie Guide? We've just updated it with brand new sections on addons -- from installing your first addon to figuring out the difference between Recount and Skada -- and guilds -- from finding the right guild to starting your own. And if that isn't of interest, we've also added to our what to do at level 90 section and added more class-specific guides.

Have new player questions we haven't answered yet? Or maybe you're looking for something you can't find in the rookie guide? Drop us a note and we'll look into covering it for a future WoW Rookie!
Just because you're a newbie doesn't mean you can't bring your A-game to World of Warcraft! Visit the WoW Rookie Guide for links to everything you need to get started as a new player, from the seven things every newbie ought to know to how to get started as a healer or as a tank.



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