Sorry again for the delay - I found a new game, Rising Star, which is the closest thing to EQ Landmark I’ve found, and I’ve been looking for since it folded. After all, I choose engineer because I like to make stuff. : /
First of all, your Dropbox file loaded right up with no extra effort on my part, on my default browser, IE with very limited permissions, a huge plus for us lazy, suspicious types. I didn’t have to install anything special to read it. Not as pretty as your original link, but laid out efficiently, which I value more than pretty.
Now for substance instead of form primarily revolving around where you said:
“If you find doing this sort of work boring then now is the time to consider quitting the game. Because we do this sort of thing all the way to froob level 200. There’s just no avoiding it. It’s even more difficult for subscription accounts to L 220/30/30.”
After giving a list of items with no explanation about why they are necessary (how fun is that?), referencing missions which aren’t currently explained in game very well (but once was the only game in town, just not sure if today’s newbs are led to them as I was in 2001), but are hugely powerful for soloists (along with daily quests), which your presumed audience must surely be else they would not need your advice, relying heavily on a out of game app, Clicksaver, of doubtful provenance last time I played http://forums-archive.anarchy-online.com/showthread.php?616545-What-happened-to-ClickSaver, although originally unquestionable, it fell into bad hands a few years ago but fortunately I had an old copy of it, although it appears AO Universe may have rescued it from the virus–plagued pages it was resting in, but haven’t personally confirmed it, but you should before recommending it.
i.e., you probably need to explain to newbs what missions are, and why they are important (good for people with limited playing time, plus the sided token bonus, before recommending a QL 1 electronicum, which I completely agree blows away the newbie weapon at level 30 or so, not sure if worth the effort before then and if it is, a friendly SL player can walk into a store and give them one), then explain what Clicksaver is (which I agree is very necessary, but fell into bad hands at one time, so need to tell them how to get a reliable copy of it these days, and explain the use of each item you listed, before telling them they are wasting their time on AO if they can’t handle it without any of that information.
And even calling them “Clicksaver missions” sounds weird to us old school types. : /