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This maybe a little bit strange, but one of my favorite memories is the day we held an in-game memorial service at a nice spot in Nagrand for a guild member who passed away after a period of illness. Although the reason for our meeting was rather sad, it was good to see many people come together and share stories and fond moments, even people who only new him briefly or people that had moved on to another guild. It was good to see that although we are all here to play a game there's enough room for more serious matters and feelings.
Salutations.My very first moment on WoW was my best to remember.It was when I was first leveling a hunter, back at Uther-US. I was like a child, naive, joking around, having fun with every single arow I shot at my targets. Every fight was epic, every meet was worth it's memory. Every level achieved was to be welcome with great joy and happiness. When fighting the oposing faction members, my night elf would strike fiercely and fast with deadly accuracy. When aiding my fellow countrymen I would act steady and calm, looking for answer and solutions to everydays problems. Allies I'd meet would be treated with respect. Oh, yes, I was honored to be part of the guild Knights of Nine, today probably extinct. I remember once I fought a fearsome orc warrior at Stranglethorn Valley. It was probably the most exiting moment I've had experienced back then. The fight lasted longer than what one would expect. We hacked and slashed each other. I paniced more than twice while trying to get away from his axe while he advanced at me with his growls and roars. I thought I was gone when, like a last breath on the battle, I managed to get away enough for an Arcane Shot that pierced thought his chest and rendered his body souless. I was victorius, but for how long? When I got to myself I realized I was dying from his mortal wounds and bleeding to my own death. "I got him", I said to myself, while smiling to the heavens and wishing a peacefull afterlife, as a hero, for my people. Just then I clicked release and realized I would have to walk all the way back to the Crystalvein Mine.That. I never thought WoW could be that again. Nowadays I just wish it could be, for even though I still have lots and lots of fun, when I was a young player I had the most pleasant experience I could possibly think of a game.I just wish 4.2 could be like this. I'll be back to raiding, I hope, and find a decent guild, for Warsong is somewhat tricky to find a good one.Oh, and of course, cast Lightning Bolts while running all the time? Neat!Farewell.
My favourite memory is from TBC leveling my first blood elf pally, who i still play today, went into ragefire chasm with my lil wanna be tank at the time, had a small group , i was level 17 at the time, so we cleared it once and they said they had to leave, but i was close to leveling to 18, so alone i reset the instance and proceeded to attempt to fight my way through the dungeon ... i managed to solo the whole dungeon after many careful pulls and about an hour and a bit... it was an epic feat for me, still new to the game and seeing how challenging things could be and how overpowered pally's were ^^
My favorite moment is when I've reached level 55 and made a dk because of the epicness of the starting quest chain and the awesome Battle for The Light's Hope Chapel .
My favorite memory, was back in Burning Crusade when my guild attempted a 10 man Magtheridon's Lair raid. All the raiders were level 70 except for my self, who was a level 69, who was also very new to the guild and new to raiding. This was my first raid and I was PUMPED! It was also my guilds first time attempted this raid. The whole process went very smoothy (with a few death here and there of course.) but, by the time we got to Magtheridon it got serious. I was scared to death! This was my first time raiding and I had to go up against a 500 foot, green, ugly dragon beast. Needless to say we died a few times. About 1-2 hours into beating on Magtheridon we had finally got him down past 50%, that's when terror struck. 5 of our raid members wiped and a few minutes later 2 more died! We were down to a tank, a healer and ONE dps! We cheered and screamed over vent and till our throats were shot! Down to the last few thousand health and I didn't think our tank was going to make it! But, I was counting each percentile as those 3 wailed on him! 5%! 4%! 3%! 2% 1%! WOAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH! Craziness stuck as Magtheridon lived no more! We scream and shouted and cried our eyes out! Soon everyone was resurrected, and the looting began. As a level 69 new to the guild and was sure I wouldn't be coming home with any loot that night. But lo and behold I got my first epic shield! I was soooo excited! I'll never forget that night! That raid really brought my guild together as family and I've never left them since. :)
my favoret wow moment was teaching my mom how to play wow i enjoyed the bonding experience she past away a year ago but i have the memory's and the drive to finish what we started for the horde!
My favourite memory would have to be back when we was doing Zul'gurub and the swift zulian toger dropped,loads of ppl in the raid saying that those with epic mounts shudnt get it cos they already had a fast mount (which back then cost u 1500G and took ages to grind for) in the end the raid leader let every1 roll,i done /roll and cudnt look at the screen,ended up rolling a 96 and winning the mount,sat around in ironforge for ages showing it off :D
My favorite memory was starting a Draenei. I fell in love with the quest lines, the lore, and the race itself. Thanks to the Draenei I continued into WoW to meet guildies, have a blast, and go on an epic Hogger raid when our guild's server was down. Here I stand a Draenei Paladin, through all the nerfs and buffs, still proudly and happily playing.
I suppose my favourite moment would be the moment my Warlock hit level 55, qualifying me for a Death Knight. A long time ago, even before the second two expansions, I went through two Trial accounts. The experience was nice, but not so good it had me hooked. By far, I like the Death knight's concept the most and I wasn't looking forward to 'grinding' all the way up to level 55.It wasn't until recently, after 'Cataclysm', that my girlfriend managed to 'rehook' me to WoW that I restarted leveling and the way with my Undead Warlock up to lvl 55 was very fun and very cool!
My favourite memory of WoW has to be when I found Aeonaxx at 6:50 on Christmas Day 2010! AFAIK, realm first kill! Best Christmas present ever! =DScreenshot: http://i590.photobucket.com/albums/ss348/georgercop/WoWScrnShot_122510_065425.jpg
My best memory it´s when i first got WoW after wanting it like 2 years.I got it from a really nice guy then whe started too RAF and i got invited to his guild and now i am in 85 and this AWESOME guild help me with gear and everything so the best memory with wow it´s when they helped me geting my first "cool" flying mount and i whas so happy!
My favorite moment of World of Warcraft was explaining to my father what the Cataclysm meant to the current game, shortly before he passed away.
I remember when I first started playing WoW, and I had no clue what was going on or what to do...It was during the Gates of Ahn' Qiraj. That was my favorite memory because I was so excited about that world event, I used the items that were needed to open AQ to my advantage to help my game play!