Daily Challenge Yeti Avalanche AGAIN? This is ridiculous in General Discussion Posted April 29, 2016 · Edited April 29, 2016 by mihwK 18 minutes ago, Sithaer said: Yea it kind of sucks but I just ignore it for now,still not comfortable with the idea of running Yeti with randoms cause I don't want to ruin anyone's run. Even tho I did watch guide videos but I'm kinda the person who only learns from playing it myself so it doesn't help much. 445ap/50% crit/190%cdmg/53k hp FM. Acutally I didn't even run Naryu lab yet:P just can't be bothered with it,heard too many 'horror' stories regarding random laby runs My options are kinda limited,if its Yeti/Lab/Asura/PvP run then I can't do it,at least not yet. 'I don't pvp in this game and never will,so thats nope' Go in there and play it. If you stay away from it you won't get that EXP, you have to go in. Tell them from the get go you are new, you have never done this before. Saying this is more than enough, they now know what to expect from you. Tell them this infront of the Boss, there is no reason for them to know this before. I'm like you aswel, I learn by doing. A couple runs and I'm good. I do learn from watching others fail when I'm playing with them tho, really strange how that works. I can run a dungeon and if the party fails somehow bcause of a player I know not to do what he did. If I see that same mistake in a YouTube video it doesn't always click the same way. If you don't play and stay away you will never learn, there is no reason for you to do that. Don't let them scare you off, in reality it's really not even half as bad as some storys make it believe. Also I see SO MANY FMs beeing scared to try stuff. Like freezing the grp in Avalanche Den. Players have hearts to survive even if you fk up, it's a save environment to try and learn. I'm telling them exactly what to do, I'm even telling them if they should fail we will survive anyway. You can fk up and literally nothing is going to happen, and yet they still don't want to learn and improve. The answer is more often than not: "I've never done it, I rather not, better save than sorry". Don't be so scared, specially if you have the freedom to make mistakes. These Dragonhearts are saving the players anway.