Yeah, I may have more hours logged in ESO than the rest of the guild combined. The upside to that is I can help with gear setups, running 4 person dungeons the first time, explain a lot of the game mechanics, etc. I’ve been thinking of writing a list of things to do that will help players get up and running. Just have to find the time to write it, as today is my last day at work before going on vacation until Monday night. I’ve soloed most of the 4 person dungeons, except those that have game mechanics requiring more than one, so people could learn the particular dungeon mechanics on normal level before stepping up to veteran level, which is a LOT harder.