@Canageek I think that's generally regarded as the DM's job to help a player better integrate into the group that they personally want to cultivate.
though for me if you're playing a spellcaster in 5e I *will* get angry if, after the 4th regular session, you still don't know what your spell save DC is
@thorgrit I was thinking more like:
How to help the DM by not ignoring plot hooks
Talking to the DM if you don't like where the plot is going
Helping make sure the other players get their time in the spotlight instead of hogging it all (Making sure each player gets time to shine is standard DM advice)
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