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I'd definately have to say the warlock mount chain quest. That was TRUELY epic questing. I remember working for days just to get it done, relying on my guild and friends to help me with the dungeons. I remember also (lol!) despite being lvl 70, some of my guildies died when we did dire maul. This was before I even knew what raiding was, so it by far, was the most epic thing I had experienced. I met some of my closest friends that week, including several warlocks.
My favorite moment would have to be killing Ragnaros for the very first time with my guild. Tons of yelling and screaming were on vent as the mighty hammer fell into the lava below :D Glad to say that even though the guild has been through many iterations since the vanilla days we're still around today taking down the Cataclysm bosses with the same vigor :)
First kill of Ragnaros in Molten Core. While tanking. As a Bear. Rawr.
My favorite memory about WoW was the first time when i log and make my first rogue. It was awesome when you must read the quests, without addons or whatsoever.That moments when you are a new player and everything you do, even kill a lv 8 elite mob with another player, get a dagger with +2 agility, run RC and kill all the boses, all that new-new stuff was awesome.As the first time.Regards.
my favourite memory was when i logged on wow for the first time in my life :D
I had an enormously good time doing a quest in Kalimdor (Gnomebliteration) which required becoming a big ball of flame and rolling around up and down over hill and dale killing a heck of a lot of goblins. The first time I did this I had the sound off. The second time, I turned it on and found their little screams of terror very amusing.. As you roll over them, they fly up in the air and roll in with the flame and their arms and legs stick out .. well.. it's very amusing. I wish it were a daily quest. I would do it every day. I talked about this with all of my friends (wow friends and non-wow friends). It was a crazy good time.
Best Memories in WOW was for me Elwyn Forest, Everytime i play there or just fly by the background music reminds me of my first wow play.. and How noob play i was doing. second was Seeing Lich King in his lvl and Fighting to defeat Him.
My favorite WoW moment wasn't too long ago, actually. My casual raiding guild that I am an officer in was making every effort every week to be the first Lvl 25 guild on our server. Once we hit lvl 23, things got serious and it was amazing to see all of the people who logged in on their alts, their mains, everything, just to help push us over the finish line. That night, we had so many people online - and we were all piled into vent together. Once we got the realm first achievement, both guild chat and vent chat went nuts. We had a celebratory party out in Uldum right afterwards, and then we did a mass-death in Orgrimmar so we could host the realm first Mass Resurrection. It really reminded me of the comradery that we have as a guild. For that time, we weren't worried about dps or boss kills or daily quests. We all had our eyes on the same prize, and it really reinforced that sense of family that we've had since day one.
My favorite memory/ies is the time/s when I glitched out of AB and capped all flags befor the start.finaly the horde didn`t have all the advantages.However it was not that funny to recive a warning from blizz.
My favorite memory from World of Warcraft is definitely walking through the dark portal. That thing is just cool. Haha.
My favorite memory was when my first character had finally turned 40, and I was so excited to get a saber from Darnassus but since I barely had enough gold to buy the mount, it took me 30 minutes to decide which one to get.
I'm a roleplayer, and that being the case my favorite memory would have to be the day my main got married. Three weeks prior to the event her partner proposed, and in mid-October they were wed along the Eversong coast with the sun setting over the water. One of those moments that, despite being fiction, brought some tears to my eyes.