My favorite memory in wow has to be when my wife and I started playing. We have been playing Blizzard games since Diablo and loved to see the progression to mmorpg. There was nothing that quite said I love you like setting up a schedule for who would change the baby and who got to keep raiding! Plus he's over 4 years old now and loves to grind rep for me! Can you believe it? A live in bot and all you have to do is feed and water it!Now if only we can do something with this damn chihuahua.
My favorite memory was when I started being asked to join guilds that had people better then me, and all they wanted to do was help people worst off then them.
My favorite day is when my friend Elia invited me on offy with recruit a friend, Today i love wow and i love wowhead because he help me everyday and everynight, thanks for this good "quest and matter helper" lol
Mine would have to be acquiring Benediction, and enchanting it with +29 Healing!Those were the days, sporting my T1.
My favorite memory of World of Warcraft are my memories of leveling my human in Elwynn Forest when the game came out. The atmosphere was so different and the music just made it even more epic. That's my favorite memory of WoW just doesn't seem the same now =/
Probably a tie between accomplishment and nostalgia:1. Downing H-Mal in a few hours of practice and realizing how happy and included I am in my current guild after four years of frustration with terrible guilds and terrible people.2. Taking the zeppelin to Kalimdor from Tirisfal for the first time, after creating an undead as my first character and being overwhelmed by orange and how vast and varied Azeroth was.
What is your favorite memory from World of Warcraft and why?My favorite memory from World of Warcraft is when I beat my Step-Dad in a duel for the first time out of the hundred's of times I've lost. The reason is because afterwards I saw the look on his face of pure shock rofl. I haven't beat him ever again. Proving it was newby luck. :3Sincerely,Aaronjrbot from Black Wing Lair
My favorite wow memory was when I got my Violet Proto Drake after a hard year of earning achievments. Also, gratz on 5 years of success!
My favorite moment in WoW was when I completed the Dreadsteed of Xoroth quest and earned one of my favorite mounts in the game! Farming for the gold to buy the mats for the summoning ritual, experiencing the thrill and mechanics of the quest, and finally going through Dire Maul with my awesome friends made this my most memorable moment.(Also, congrats, Wowhead!)
My favorite memory must be my very early newbie days, when I was a druid and I had no idea how the game works. I was doing the Aquatic Form quest (which wasn't needed anymore, but I refused to abandon quests, moreso if they were epic druid quests) so I started this legendary journey to get to Westfall. I was really new and I had absolutely no idea about transportation or WoW geography. I had no clue that Westfall was right there, next to Stormwind. The old map didn't help much in that aspect either, so I attempted crazy things to get to my destination,like swimming from Kalimdor to Eastern Kingdoms. That was my first attempt at getting there. It didn't work like I had hoped and when I tried to recover my corpse, my ghost drowned too. It was pretty frustrating. I could not figure out how to travel between continents. In the end I managed to discover the boat to Stormwind and used my Aquatic Form (for which, I insist, I didn't even need the quest) and swam from Stormwind to Westfall. I felt so good when I finally made it, and I was scared to death of the landscape, such a depressing landscape and it was already night, so I was pretty terrified. Then, when a mechanical scarecrow attacked me as I took in the map, I died helplessly and my heart was racing, I got that scared. Still on that druid, and still having no idea about geography, I needed to get to Wetlands for who knows what reason, so looking for clues how to get there, I found a video on Youtube, showing how you could get there by climbing the mountains behind Ironforge and after crossing them all, jumping to your death and hopefully jump to the spirit healer in Wetlands. It was trully and epic feat to run across those mountains, but the trick worked and I got to Wetlands. I couldn't believe I had made it! I almost did a happy-dance when my incredible "secret youtube trick" had worked.Years later, and seeing how easy it was to get to those places and all the effort I put into those unnecesary journeys, I can only feel complete fondness of those times, when something as trivial as getting to a location, was a gigantic adventure with tons of adversities and crazy moments. So those are my favorite WoW memories my newbie days discovering the world!
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My favorite memory was in Alterac Valley, when we summon Lokholar the Ice Lord, called in the ground reinforcements (wolf riders), had pretty much all the war riders up at once, and steamrolled through a bunch of level 51-60 Alliance players. This happened in early BC, back when I was sort of "twinking" my level 60 Hunter (I was trying to get an Ancient Petrified Leaf to do the quest but never did until later) before reinforcements were implemented. It reminds me of why reinforcements in AV was, in my opinion, a bit of a mistake... =(
My Favorite moment from WoW was downing Onyxia when she she was a level 60 raid and then coming back to WoW after a year to see that she had been upgraded to a level 80 raid.
My favorite moment of WoW was back at the first day I encountered an orc (I was a Night Elf druid) and fought with him and lost.After that we were hunting each other all over Ashenvale for little less than 2 hours. That was a nice experience..
The most memorable experience I have from this game is from early 2005. My very first Magmadar kill. There were finally enough level 60's finally dive into Molten Core. While killing Lucifron was entirely fantastic, the most memorable, and I still talk about it to this day, was our very first time killing him. Level 60 on the Alliance at the time, killing Magmadar was a challenge because there were only 3 level 60 Dwarf Priests on the Alliance for fear ward. Magmadar was the guild killer, because at the time, there was no tremor totem for the Alliance. Being feared off to your fiery death was commonplace then.I'll never forget how excited and elated I was after we killed him for the very first time. Watching that big bastard finally die, and even better, giving me my first piece of epic loot(Magma Tempered Boots on my Paladin). It truly redefined the game for me.
My favorite moment in WoW was year ago when I completed all druid quests in Zangarmarsh and got my key to summon Anzu, because I love Reins of Raven Lord mount! Luckily I managed to compelte them before they were removed from game. They were difficult for me (because I had rather big lagg) but wery interesting.Another my favorite moment that I remember with smile was when I started to play WoW. Honestly I didn`t understand almost nothing in this game and I changed my gear according to it looks on me. I did it till level 16 approximately, till my friend explained to me how and why to change gear. :D Now it seems so stupid and childish, but it`s still funny.