HAVE A QUESTION.
Updated January 25th 2003.
Many of you will have questions about all sorts of different topics, regarding WOW. At all stages of your game playing. What we would like to try and do is to give you the opportunity to ask those questions of other players, who have experience, and also enjoy playing the game. These players have volunteered their time, to attempt to answer your questions.
Admittedly, one of the biggest reasons for setting this facility up, is to slightly reduce Chris' and Harry's workload so that they can spend more time on development, to make this a much better game for all. Remember that all design and development ideas can always be sent to us at any stage.
Below you will find a brief profile of the players who have offered their help. Just a couple of quick points to note first;
Jeff has offered to help out new players with writing their first sets of orders, and answer general questions regarding the games, orders, and has enough knowledge of WoW to answer just about any question that comes along.
You can contact Jeff at email@example.com.
Harry maintains the rules, incorporating all all new changes into them as soon as they arise. So any questions about the rules or syntax can be directed to him.
Harry also creates all the worlds of WOW. His creative talent in this area seems to be boundless. Before finishing one world he has half a design done for the next one. Creating each world takes months to complete. So if you have any questions about the worlds that you play in during the course of your playing, then these should be directed to Harry.
Harry has access to the Signup database. So if you forget your login or password then you can ask nicely and he can look it up for you.
Harry maintains a lot of the Web pages, so if you have any questions or problems with them you can contact him about the problem at any time.
Harry will also answer any other questions that come along.
You can contact Harry at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chris is the person to ask, if no one else can answer your question. He is the one who has programmed the way WOW works and will know what has to be done to get it to work. As a result he is also the person to contact if it doesn't work the way it is expected to.
If you find spelling mistakes, report layout problems, or anything else that you just don't like about WOW, then contact Chris and he will see what can be done to fix them, or at least explain why it is so.
Chris is also the person to contact with any questions about the signup program, as he can access the database and make any changes that are necessary.
Also contact Chris if you wish to make yourself available as a replacement player for any players that drop out of particular games.
Chris is the person who sends out all the general messages and weekly reports.
You can contact Chris at email@example.com.