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My favorite moment in WoW was when I killed Lich King for the first time with my guild. The funny part though was that during the roleplay in the end the servers got shutdown. It was the last day before reset as well. So none of us got the achievement or loot. It was such weird mix of feelings on vent that evening. We got both happy and sad at the same time and it turned out to be a great story later on :)
The greatest memory in World of Warcraft for me is my first 60, I leveled purely by completing dungeons with other people whom I had never met. It was such an ecstatic moment for me to reach level cap. Finally knowing that I could raid, I could PvP however I wanted. 'The world (of Warcraft) was my oyster' so to say, and it felt great. And 5 years later, I'm still playing, on my rogue, almost every day.
My favorite memory in world of warcraft takes us back to the very end of wrath of the lich king. My guild was a decent one, but not super-dedicated so we had struggled a couple of weeks at the sindragosa 10-man heroic encounter. So, as we buff up with fish feasts etc, I forgot as a warrior tank to use my vigilance on another raid member which with later be important in the story.Eventually we pulled, and the attempt were going really well. If you have done the encounter, you would know that it is crucial to swap tanks in her last phase in order to keep the tanks alive, so when it was my turn to taunt her back, I kind of lost focus for a while, targeted one of her ice tombs, taunted it, and became very confused why the boss wasn't attacking me. After realizing the big fail, I relaxed and thought that my vigilance would save the day, but as earlier mentioned I had forgot to put it up, so our other tank died.Everyone got a bit frustrated on ventrilo and asked me why I didn't taunt the boss. I replied a bit embarrased "Uhm...Well...I kinda taunted the ice-tomb.." but luckily, they didn't rage out as I would have expected, but they started laughing super-hard. After this incident we actually killed Sindragosa, perhaps thanks to the good atmosphere created by the funny situation, but nevertheless I obtained an unique title from that night. I would forever be known as: "Sodoc, The Ice-tomb Taunter."
My Favorite memory of WOW is when you're a new player, and you send out a call for help because you're getting ganked by some high level Horde, and you end up making a lifelong friend, because he had the courtesy to come to your aid. I've been playing for 3 years now, and my friend and I talk every day despite him living in W. VA, and me living in TX. Thanks to WOW I know I now have a lifelong friend.
I think my favorite memory would have to be the day I started. I was at my cousins the night before and one of them told their brothers to get on WoW. I asked what WoW was and they showed me. I went home the next day, got the money from my scoobydoo wallet and got on my bike and rode down to Target. I remember starting on the wrong realm and couldn't figure out why I couldn't add my cousins character name. I soon figured it out and when I started my Night Elf Hunter they were already at the spawn and helped me with my first couple quests. They were level 40ish and they were riding on their mounts. It looked so awesome. All I could think about was getting one of those things. I stayed up all that night and eventually got to level 20 after reading every quest I found. Darkshore was my favorite place.
My fav moment in WoW was in WotLK when Spirit Beats first came out. I was leveling my Paladin in Zul'Drak when I noticed a rare. My heart jumped with joy as I have never seen one, nor tamed one. Seeing before other hunters with them I instantly logged over to mine and got into my Off Spec to tame him. As I was on my way back my heart was racing, knowing another hunter was probably taming him or someone killing him for a few gold. As I made it back to the spawn I saw a flagged Orc Warrior killing it, against my own will of killing some one un-fairly, i quickly bursted him down and started to tame Gondria before he could come back and kill me since I could not kite as well as you would think I could. It took me up to a week to finally name him, which I named him the one person I've loved the most throughout WoW since early TBC for all they've done for me, and taught me of how to play a Hunter.
My first Warsong Gulch battle without a doubt. Entering as a level 10 hunter and hearing the war music was beyond epic! I didn't know what the goal was so I just randomly killed people. We still won though.