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For me it would be The Sun Eater, from World of Warcraft: http://www.wowhead.com/item=29362/the-sun-eater
It took me sooooo many mechanar runs to get it it's not even funny :-S
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I've had loads of armor pieces that were worked for and that I was "proud" to have, but I still think the little extras mean more to me.
The Albino Drake (for having 100 mounts)
The pet skunk (for having 100 pets, if I remember correctly)
Those were 2 of my most favorite items.
In EQ2 I had rare furniture that I wouldn't have traded for a THING. So my home was my "item" in EQ2, since it was loaded with rare items.
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Originally posted by fuzzylogic11 Swiftwind and Earthcaller Epic Ranger weapons from EQ1. I messed up the quest to get them like three times, damn fast dwarf.
Same for me too! Those were real quests! Ohh the good old days....
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Probably my Mechano-Hog, if not mainly because I sunk over 40,000g into it.
(About 20,000g for the profession of Engineering, and it didn't exactly help that I didn't have mining as a sub-profession, and another 20,000g for the actual Hog itself.)
Rincewind's Luggage (well, that's what I called it anyway--it never called itself much of anything), Just followed me around, carried my stuff, went away at logout and came running at login, snapped its lid at critturs and people. Various crittur-like animations.
Close second was a refillable water cannon. That was just good clean fun
Of course, neither has ever appeared in an MMO; both were uniquely-scripted auction props in GS4. You won't see many unique props with that 'massive' word in your title.
Self-pity imprisons us in the walls of our own self-absorption. The whole world shrinks down to the size of our problem, and the more we dwell on it, the smaller we are and the larger the problem seems to grow.
Playing a Monk in EverQuest, at the time the Cloak of Flames was the best haste item available, which dropped rarely from Lord Nagafen, the Dragon. It was my second attempt on Nagafen and I was with a small guild that had added other people on to create an adequate sized raid, me included, as I was unguilded at the time. Nagafen went down and the Cloak of Flames was one of the drops, the people there rolled /random 420 to see who would get the cloak and the highest roll was 418. People were congratulating that person when I asked if I was allowed to roll, as I wasn't a part of the guild that organized the raid. The answer was yes and I promptly /rolled and got a 419.
While I felt a bit bad for the guy who had been congratulated already, that Cloak lasted me all through the Kunark, Velious and Luclin expansions, and only after hitting the elemental planes in Planes of Power did I finally exchange it for a higher haste item.
That really was my most treasured item. It came as a surprise reward and lasted me for most of my life through EverQuest.
Winblade from EQ1
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The dagger from Ragnaros in vanilla WoW. People (well other rogues tbh) would ask left and right how to get it or just would tell how awesome it was heh.
Meh, the good old days when server communities existed, when people talked in guilds and made bonds, when guilds were even needed to get stuff done before all the x-realm crap came and annihilated the server communities and devastated the need to be in a guild... MEH. This thread first brought nice memories but then just made me angry
Originally posted by Kuinn Meh, the good old days when server communities existed...
Meh, the good old days when server communities existed...
That's all right, it reminded me of even older days, when player/gm direct interaction sill existed.
http://eq.magelo.com/item/7249 <- Blood Point from EQ1. My half-elf rogue caused so much trouble with this thing back in the day. Just cuz the heal proc could steal a lil' aggro.
Loved having such a unique item at the time. I know life siphon is a pretty common effect for items, skills, and spells in games now. But it was really cool have one pre-nerf and another after nerf and they both were a lil' different as well.
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My elite king tusken rifle from SWG.
Ultima online pre and after trammel.
the only reason i did quitt was i really played it for way too long.
For me its 2 items. In US Knight Online it would be a Glass Belt from my guild and the +6 Mirage Sword CoolTang gave me to replace my +7 Durandal. That +6 Mirage sword was stained with the blood of thousands and thousands of poor humans at the hands of CoolTang!
Couple months later I broke it trying to upgrade it to +7..... a legendary sword gone forever!
A grade 1 hand Hammer in Lineage 2 Kain server
was a server first item
took my guild many months all working together to get the mats created to make it
was sooo crazy for the times hahah
(Fallens Angels Kain server)
Originally posted by Vesavius
I know it wasn't high level or anything... but my Jboots. My cleric's clicky was also right up there.
I know it wasn't high level or anything... but my Jboots.
My cleric's clicky was also right up there.
Was gonna post the same exact thing. JBoots and my first Epic Weapon in EQ. My first Epic was just the Rogue Epic, so it wasn't nearly as big a deal as some of the others (Rogue being so easy comparatively). But it was my first, so it was (is) special.
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