Warcraft is a beast. You must seriously consider if you’re ready to take it on as if you were committing to banned substances. Levels, achievements, heavy multiplayer, many different builds to tinker with, a full economy, gear with no end, and just tons of things to collect for vanity, you really have no hope of having any other entertainment if you start playing WoW.
Here are some Beginner Tips *
#1. Right clicking stuff in your bag uses them. Such as eating, equipping, 17 wsm Ammo for sale using key items, and so on. It’s also how you can track objectives. There are just a lot I can’t think of, so feel free to right click when in doubt…
#2. The shift key and holding the mouse or clicking something usually does something. Shift + number changes bars, holding shift over an item compares with what you are wearing, clicking a chat name will display where that person is, and so forth.
#3. For the fashion crowd, Ctrl clicking something not equipped will display it on you.
#4. Under options you have many things to change, such as display, user interface, video, and audio settings. Under display you can set it so you don’t see your helm or cloak. You can also change the number of action bars to set up your abilities.
#5. Items that have white names are usually useful in some way, enough so that it may be worth checking what it’s for online on thottbot and such. But items in grey can always be tossed, not picked up, or sold for a small price to vendors. Grey items are of no use to anyone. Be careful to toss some, some greys from daily rewards could be worth gold.
#6. No one needs the ammo pouches or quivers anymore thanks to a patch, but don’t think that because you have a gun you need an ammo pouch. Just fill your bag slots with normal bags and put your ammo in there; if a hunter then you still don’t need an ammo bag because you get the speed bonus without one. You also don’t need to carry special bags that carry certain items, those are probably best to put in your bank.
#7. Though you may think you can sell anything you aren’t using at the moment, you may find you need those same items later, so to a degree it may be better to hold onto certain mats for a time. It may even be worth it to set up a bank alt to send all the stuff you won’t want to give up and can’t use.