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Death rides upon the swift wings of Destruction, Despair his shadow stifling all hope.
well i do have like thousend favorite moments....but my most favorite moment is when i killed Lord Rhyolith on heroic mode with my guild beeing the second team in guild and we killed it before the first team in guild and we made second place on realm and i was named raidleader for that team i have like 10 screenshots from that moment the problem is that i changed my PC since then and i lost them but that moment made me proud of what i accomplished fact beeing that we killed him with my personalized tactics
My favorite, and most frustrating experience, was the first time I logged in and a friend escorted me from Teldrassil to Ironforge back in vanilla WoW. He kept forgetting to stay with me and I kept drawing aggro in Menethil Harbor and would die many times. It took forever back then and I loved it.
Ages ago, anytime I would see Rend Blackhand shout out "WOOT!"
Gotta say, it was always good for a hoot.
You know what's fun about chaos? I do, but I won't tell.
My moment would have to be when my guild, Ninja Kitties, decided to have some fun and organized an attack on Crossroads, pre-CATA. We had about 22 of our members, between the levels of 16 and 80 (all Druids) and picked up a couple of high level Paladins on our way there who were curious what this mob of kitties was up to.
We met up in Darnassus, took the boat from Rutheran Village to Auberdine, and then trekked across Darkshore, Ashenvale, and finally through The Barrens (in kitty forms, of course). Once there, we held Crossroads for about 45 minutes before the Hoard was able to mount a counterattack.
I am not much of a PvP player, but this was the most fun I had in WoW. I did feel bad about the Hoard players that couldn't do their quests while we were in control, but the fun was worth the guilt
Personally the only modern MMORPG trend that annoys me is the idea that MMOs need to be designed in a way to attract people who don't actually like MMOs. Which to me makes about as much sense as someone trying to figure out a way to get vegetarians to eat at their steakhouse.- FARGIN_WAR
On Christmas Day 2008 I stood in Stormwind giving away free gold 500 per person.
I made a list of the people I gave gold to so they couldnt recieve more than one gift.
I gave away 15k that morning and made people very happy.
Raiding the Alliance's capital cities to kill their leaders with a whole bunch of people... it was an endless caravan of death crossing thru provinces, killing anything that crossed our path.
Also stealth camping the entrance to Stormwind with a couple of Rogue buddies! Killing NPCs and PCs, trying to make our way to the main bank :P
That was all around the introduction of BC.