Training wheels server… upvote.
Extended tutorial, great idea, also upvote.
The third… mmm, maybe. I think it depends on how “advanced” one has to be to, for lack of a better word, graduate. I’ve logged a LOT of hours. I still don’t know how to smith mainly because I’m doing even runs or second gen baby runs and the civs I’ve lived in have never gotten that advanced. On the few times I’ve spawned into a big city as an Eve by myself, I’m dropping too many babies too fast to get a chance to play with the tools to learn.
The basics, don’t run around like a baby headless chicken starving your struggling Eve mother and yourself, stack foods for yum bonus, build kiln, dish ware, farm, make pie, trap, conserve in your environment… yes. Those should all be must do’s to play with ‘advanced’ players.
I learned a lot from watching vids of people playing. A ton more from the main desktop forum (including just generally enjoying the convo’s and especially enjoying griefer tears regarding donkey town). BUT… my best learning experiences have been in game, where people teach me something new.