People ask the most absurd questions in general chat in MMOs, questions that just scream “learned helplessness.”
From Guild Wars 2:
“As a weaponsmith, when will I be able to use silver?” Gee, I dunno, but to find out, I would simply leave my mouse pointer over the item for a fraction of a second and it would tell me, jackass, so why don’t you go ahead try that for yourself? In this case, it took me less time to find out than it took him to type the question. The answer: never.
“Where’s the best place for copper?” Since you must have been looking while you were playing, you must have noticed, like everyone else, that it appears in the lower level zones. Even if you find a clump, it doesn’t respawn quickly, so shut up and wander around. There is no magic infinite copper cave that everyone knows about but you.
“When should I upgrade my weapons?” This one was a hoot, because it took chat about ten or twenty questions just to identify what the person meant by upgrade. In this case, he meant “replace with one that is more powerful,” as opposed to actually upgrading, which is a game mechanic. The answer: when you feel you need to. When else?
“What attributes should I look for on my equipment?” The ones that support the way you play, genius.
Clearly I didn’t get enough sleep last night.