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Dreadsteed of XorothI completed that quest back far far faaar away in vanila times. It reminds me of my friends help (we play with each other till now).That fight was stressfull for me, as noone explained it to noob before we started. So I tried to keep all things up, kill mobs and as you can predict... I died :) Thanks to soulstone I was able to help with killing boss again. And then be proud owner of Dreadsteed, which was a reason why I chose to play warlock. Old old times, still making me smile.
Glory of the Icecrown Raider (10 player)I got this achievement on a one day a week schedule. Agreed, I got it two weeks before 4.0.1 came out, but what you can't see is the number of times our raid (a group of my friends' alts and me) stopped raiding. The first time was because the guild we were in broke up, and that meant everyone was in different guilds. My RL (probably the best RL i've played under) tried to organize the raid on so many weekends after that, but we were always a couple of people short. When we did get things together, we downed the LK with the buff at 15%. The following week, we got Heroic: Storming the Citadel (10 player), still at 15%, which was a big deal for our server. In fact, when we got the achieve, I was bombarded with questions from the guild that I was in (I was a social, non-raider) about who I was running with. And I gave the only truthful reply that I could. I was in a pug! I think 10 people from 4 different guilds qualifies ;).And then a couple of weeks later our main tank and shaman healer transferred off to a different server... My RL then levelled up a resto shaman, our hunter geared up a tank (she did NOT like tanking!) for us and we threw ourselves into it again. And finally, with no toons overgearing the content (except our warrior, who was a geared, Shadowmourne wielding badass), we got the achieve. I solo healed All You Can Eat (10 player) as a druid (which also shows how ridiculous the buff was), but we got it!We also got within 3% of Bane of the Fallen King, which left us heartbroken, but hey, you win some, you lose some.That's the achieve I am most proud of. It made me a decent raider, and most importantly, it introduced me to people that I'm still friends with.
Looking For Manythe title "the patient" gives a sense of irony to the name of my character speeddeamon.
I have Insane in the Membrane, and while it's something to be proud of, I enjoyed Veteran of the Shifting Sands much more, so that would have to be my favorite.
Definitly World Explorer, This is a game of lore and territory. So much tough is put into the story and quests, sure, but just give the visual aspect of it a go, you can't be disastified after that---so, what i'm trying to say is, see it, noob
Ulduar was something of a highpoint for my guild. Nailing the server first "Death's Demise" feat tagged on "Alone in the Darkness" was a big night for us. And yeah, the kill came a couple of weeks into Tier 9, but it was still a big night for us, an exciting end to my favorite raid tier, and my favorite achievement.
Insane in the Membrane is the one I am most proud of certain aspects of it made me loath wow - collecting blood of heroes/skins of shadow/frayed abomination stitchings, farming the lockboxes on a alt rogue!The title at the end of it was a great reward v. rare and well worth it =D
My favorite is You'll Feel Right as Rain cause who doesn't love to pig out on a pile of Chocolate Cookies.
Stood in the Fire because I am the only one in my guild to have it (that I know of anyway).
The Argent Champion. It was so much fun grinding Stratholme while blasting music and making my character dance and jump around as I ripped through everything. Plus it's almost impossible to get now and barely anybody has it.
I'm probably most proud of Glory of the Raider (25 player), just like in the original post. Got it some time in March 09 on my paladin, and it was sooo fun being the only guild on the server to have them. At least, until I moved to Blackrock where they were all over the place. 310% flying speed with Crusader Aura was the way to go, and still is!/roll 100
The Argent Champion.On a Death Knight. Sort of speaks for itself.