Forgive me if the format of this post is wrong, this is my first time making a post on Reddit
I've been playing Warframe on and off since 2013, amassing a current total of 927 hours (across two accounts) and working my way up to MR13 after losing an MR8 account. Recently, I've coerced a friend into playing with me, and together we've gotten to play Rail-jack missions (which have become one of my favorite parts of the game) but it made me realize something. I've done everything pretty much solo. Since I started playing 7 years ago, I've cleared the star chart by myself and built my own clan from scratch, researching almost everything alone along the way. But I wish I hadn't. I see so many posts of people having played since the beginning like I have all talking about the amazing times they've had with the community, all the friends they've made. It's no one's fault but my own, I was young, stubborn, and fairly shy, but I still wish I could have had those experiences.
Two months ago, I was hired as a math tutor for younger kids. I've always been good at math and I've enjoyed helping people learn, but what really set this in motion was having a tutor of my own. She was fantastic. She was helpful, funny, kind, and down-to-earth and this left a pretty big impact on me. It made me realize just how important it is to have a good teacher. It also made me realize that I wanted to be that teacher. These past two months have been some of the most rewarding and fulfilling months of my life. Getting to help these kids, getting to see it in their eyes and their smile when they finally truly understand something is a feeling I don't really know how to describe. It's something that I know I want to keep doing, not just with math and kids but with anything I can pass on to anyone who'll listen.
So now here I am. I didn't have the experiences of community with Warframe that I wish I had and I regret it. I don't want others to feel that same regret. I don't want others to have the same overwhelming confusion that I muddled through over the past few years. What I do want is to pass on the knowledge I've gathered over time and build a sense of belonging and understanding with new or long-returning players. But I'm not sure how.
So help me be helpful.
I know I haven't gathered everything this game has to offer. There are still things I don't know, but what can I do to help new players? What can I do to get involved with the community? And is MR13 too low to be doing this? I'll appreciate any responses I can get, even if you don't have much advice for me.
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