That's true! I was meaning more in the LitRPGs where everyone's "just starting" or "stuck in game" and doesn't have access to the internet, etc. But yes, Wikis and Walkthroughs are definitely something that a lot of gamers use and why I never understand why the books where the player gets in YEARS after the game pulls the "A-ha! I have figured out this combo that NO ONE ELSE EVER did! So I'm now super OP!". Like that is totally not how gaming works at all. There is literally zero chance the "perfect" class/race combo wouldn't have been all over the forums in a month or less! The same with stat tricks of "Oh, if you give a warrior Intellect, they can learn cool spells AND tank" or something like that. Seriously, if a game has been out longer than a week, there are already going to be so many damn guides telling you a million tricks, combos, and shortcuts for whatever you want to play from healer to tank to PVP master or...whatever!