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Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Where can I find a free online guide for WoW?

Such as a leveling guide for all classes/sides?

A really comprehensive, easy to read, free online guide.

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Answer by Kevin J
Try here. and look for the World of Warcraft section under their games heading. Stratics is a great, free website that is fan based and has Awesome hints and guides for just about everything for every MMO I have played. The forum’s are great for seeing people’s posts’ regarding how to play, level and whatever else you need. And you can sign up and ask specific questions if your unable to find the answer’s you need.

Did I mention it was free? Good luck.

Answer by dark_fire_456
I’d go with cuz it has tons of faqs, guides and cheats if there are.

Answer by Rinku S
go to free online games .com or you can go to

Answer by Dark Prince of Pomp
I highly recommend you check out WoW wiki (linked below). This is part of wikipedia which is a great, all around information site. WoW wiki has loads of useful information, including guides and such.

For the Horde!

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Is there a free online chess site that doesn’t contain offensive language?

I want to play online chess with my 8-year-old nephew. I checked out Yahoo Games, and was concerned by the profanity and racist/sexist comments on the chat/message boards. Where can we play free online chess where I won’t have to worry about such language?

Answer by g_unit_50cent52
oh if your nephew has MSN chat on MSN with him that way oonly the 2 of you can play alone make an MSN email click on him if you addded him talk to him and on the top it says” games” and their are alot of games you can play

Answer by chimisme
Try Pogo. It’s a good website with lots of free games and also some membership games. Chess a free game. It’s pretty mellow and attempts to be family friendly. They are pretty good at keeping out the bad language. There are lots of rooms to play in on the off chance that one room is not so good.

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Answer by swami
You could go through and check them out. However, I suspect that any of the free sites won’t police their chat rooms much as there is no cost to them if they don’t. Subscription sites are more likely to have a stronger chat administration. You may simply have to talk to your nephew and his parents about the situation and see if there are rules that all of you can set up and follow to minimize his exposure.

You could also go with an updated version of the old traditional way to play chess long distance. Each of you need a chess board set up. Then you email each other your moves, update the physical board, and so on. Believe it or not, chess players used to do this by mail.

According to http:// jaderiver .com/chess/ clubs .html#email :

Chess By e-Mail
You can also find several very active chess-by-email organizations in the international newsgroup .play-by-email, where else? For American players, the US Chess Federation has a very active correspondence group which also allows chess by email. You’ll find a description of their correspondence section on the Web at www. uschess .org. America Online. CompuServe, and Prodigy also have active e-mail chess groups–try the keyword CHESS on these services.

You might want to read this:

http://www. chesscafe .com/text/ polgar32 .pdf discusses the pros and cons of Internet chess. One of the biggest problems with any online transaction is the impersonality of the exchange allows immature people to behave badly and say things they would never say to someone’s face. Unfortunately, it is intrinsic to the way the Internet combines with human proclivities.

And http:// jaderiver .com/chess/ internet .html says this:

How Can I play Chess on the Internet?
Of course, most people know you can play chess by e-mail, by sending one move at a time. But there are also many places where you can play “real-time” chess, and actually see the pieces move as you play your opponent. Some of these games are played at “lightning” or “blitz” speed, so that the whole game is finished in a few minutes!

You have three basic choices for this kind of play: Java, Webchess, and chess servers. Of these, the chess servers are probably the most popular, because they offer the most features. Some even have lectures, lessons, and the opportunity to watch displays of important chess events (like the US Championship) and chat with other fans at the same time.

1. Use a Java Interface at a chess club that supports Java.
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Several of the free chess servers, the Internet Chess Club, and chess .net have experimental Java interfaces that let you see the moves in your browser Window if you have Netscape, Internet Explorer, or another Web browser that supports Java. This technology has improved tremendously since I first started writing about it, and now if you have NS4 or IE 4 on Windows 95, it should work quite well for you. Macintosh users still have some problems, and so do those with older browser versions.

If you’d like to try one now and your browser supports Java, my own favorite is at the Dutch free internet chess server, a FICS in Europe. You can try it by linking directly to the DICS Javachess page.

One of the most popular these days is the chess section at Yahoo. The competition there is not as strong as at the chess-only servers like chess .net, FICS, and ICC, but it’s an excellent starting point. Children may also find it easier to use.

2. Play chess at one of the Websites that offers immediate update of the display.
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Caissa’s Web, which charges about $ 20/year, has a nonJava Webchess interface. It’s much more stable than the Java versions, and works for many more systems. However, it’s definitely slow–it has taken me as much as two minutes to complete a single move. It’s a reasonable choice, but I think the Java systems show more long-term potential.

3. Play chess at one of the chess servers like chess .net, FICS, ICC, or Playchess. These are the most popular with tournament players, because they offer the most features. You’ll probably “see” a Grandmaster or two online as well. (I’m registered as Duif at most servers.)
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If you’re willing to do a little more work as a one-time set-up, you can get special software that will run on your computer and give you a very reliable, full-featured “graphical interface” to connect to one of the “chess servers.” Literally thousands of people play real-time chess this way on the Internet and, until the Java systems become more stable, I think it’s definitely the best way to go. There are chess server interfaces for Macs, UNIX, Amiga, Windows, and Windows 95 and up, and while you need an Internet connection, you’ll find the software quite easy to use. For most of the chess servers, you’ll need to go through three steps:

a) Visit the server’s Website to get information about the server and find out out to get the software

a) download and install chess software that works with your system

c) register as a member.


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