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World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria: Collector's Edition Giveaway!



  • billgodybillgody hookPosts: 1Member

    I love collecting mounts and so when they made a faction based around getting training a dragon i was actually excited about dailys. And finally when i hit exalted i get a cutscene that really did make me go WoW!

  • SolisArithSolisArith kelowna, BCPosts: 10Member
    I'd have to say the Legend of Zelda quests were awesome.  But my all time wow moment was when i got the "Chef" title on my, then main, tauren warrior Cheefboyrdee.  Other than that i was big into pvp and battlegrounds.   loved the old twinking before item changes.  so much work you could put into your twink to faceroll the allys.
  • DragonantisDragonantis DublinPosts: 974Member Uncommon

    This is a tough one, but I will go with my strongest WoW memory that includes not only the word WOW!! but many others.

    A couple of days after me and my canadian friend started playing WoW during the start of BC we were hooked on the game, we enjoyed spending time toegther and this made it all the easier and more fun, we were running down the trail of darkshore, talking about random things on the party chat.

    Before we knew it we were expressing our feelings for each other on the wow party chat, we hadnt even tried on MSN Voice chat. We ended up standing in the same area of the road toegther for hours talking on chat, all the time I just couldnt helping thinking, WOW!

    Couple of years later we are happily married and still playing WoW together today, we revist darkshore regularly to remember the good times and how we finally expressed our feelings.

    So ya love on video games, does happen, WOW! :)

  • kiarash64kiarash64 westfield, NJPosts: 6Member Uncommon

    When I became 60 for the first time 6 years ago



  • LuciferIAmLuciferIAm Waupun, WIPosts: 93Member Uncommon

    My favorite piece of content all time in WoW will continue to remain one of my fondest memories of a MMORPG (and any game) ever.


    One of my favorite quests ever for the epic

    Rhok'delar, Longbow of the Ancient Keepers


    Such fond memories of those awesome 1v1 demon fights. Especially the madly hard kite.


  • healbellhealbell SingaporePosts: 2Member

    This was one year (more) and fifteen levels ago when I was but a wee level 60 druid, fresh in Outlands along with two more experienced friends of mine. We decided to tackle the PVP quest where you had to capture three towers... the same time a level 80 tauren decided to.

    Very quickly, we were killed and camped.

    One of us complained in guild chat. Our guildmaster, a very bored man, immediately perked up.

    The next time the tauren came after us, he was ambushed by our guildmaster. The next next time he came after us, our guildmaster killed him again. After that, the tauren seemed to have got friends, and more of our guildies came until about ten or so people were pvping. I never had so much fun participating in pvp.

    ( We did complete our quest... but only after one of our guildies logged into his horde alt and captured a tower so we could take it back. A level 60 was trying to attack us... and trying to get our guildie's alt to attack us. We only fought the alt's imp :> )

  • ZydariZydari Fort Worth, TXPosts: 84Member Uncommon
    During Vanilla, the first time I got into a big raid group and treked all the way from Crossroads to Tarren Mill to PvP. It was massive with well over 100 people. Horde was outnumbered and I got owned ALOT but it was so fun, chaotic, and intense.  I really miss that part of the game now. The big Crossroads fights and raids trying to take the capital cities - great memories.

    Experience demands that man is the only animal which devours his own kind, for I can apply no milder term to the general prey of the rich on the poor.

    Thomas Jefferson

  • Teirm676Teirm676 Ft. Worth, TXPosts: 5Member
    Back in vanilla, when my first end game guild downed Rag for the first time in molten core!  One of my greatest gaming memories of all time!
  • spetiaspetia fort frances, ONPosts: 1Member

    My favorite moments, were back during Burning Crusade, I was in a very small guild, about 40 or so in total toons, but only maybe 5-6 online at a time ever, we just ran heroic dungeons or flew around azeroth helping each other do the world events,  I started playing maybe 2 weeks before BC came out so I would have to say I'm a BC baby. Another favorite was back when I first started, back when I was still horde, when I was bored I would hang out in the barrens ( trade chat in cities has turned into barrens chat now, at least on the server I'm on ) listen to general chat, and watch the alliance try and attack x-roads and just see huge battles go on.

  • ReliquentReliquent Houston, TXPosts: 7Member Uncommon
    My most memorable moment of World of Warcraft was getting the Venomhide Ravasaur (Apologies if i got the name wrong) from the daily quest in Un'goro Crater (Also, apologies if i also got that wrong.) that i worked so hard to get on my Blood Elf Rogue. If i remember correctly, you had to do one of three (maybe more) daily quest for 20 days to get enough egg fragments to hatch the fella. When i did get it, i remember bragging to my guild and running around in Orgrimmar screaming "SWAG SWAG SWAG." I actually started a Venomhide Ravasaur train. That made me sad though, because i never realized how common the mount was, its just no one used it. Still, i was proud to have the little fella. By far my favorite mount. I even bought the companion to match.
  • utgarthautgartha pekalonganPosts: 2Member Uncommon
    I am always playing  different class in every new expansion, most of my collection(mount & titles) are scattered in those several character. Guess what, Blizzard made it account wide now (^w^)
  • expressoexpresso mePosts: 2,218Member Uncommon

    The 80's action Rocky/Kickboxer training Montage in Mists (2012) - here I made a video of it (I dubbed the music ofc) -


    When I solo'd Rattlegoar back in Vanilia 2006 - people has been doing it but they all had to end raid gear I had a few ZG epics and the rest blues, this was back when epix where not given out like candy at a free candy giveaway party. All the others nevber showed clearing trash either - 


    When Fraps wiped my vael raid group (vanilla wow 2006) - video ("we still love you coop" at the end awwww, good times) - basicly i set my Fraps record key to the same as one of my abilities.. huntards living up to their name.

  • MorningStarGGMorningStarGG Lamar, MOPosts: 394Member Uncommon
    Wrath of The Lich King expansion launch had to be among my favorite times, as I love winter and the lore behind Arthas, hate that it is now pretty much over but OMG it was such a good time for the game!

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  • Ramonski7Ramonski7 Aurora, ILPosts: 2,661Member Uncommon

    December 6th, 2005

    I was with my guild in an attempt to kill Onyxia after I found the VERY rare quest item called:  Foror's Compendium of Dragon Slaying. This item could be found on the AH for a very high price, which at the time I could hardly afford. So imagine my excitement when it actually dropped for me in Dire Maul! Turning in the book to a npc in Dire Maul netted you a Unfired Ancient Blade. It is this blade seen here:

    Unheated Ancient Blade

    The blade has to place down in front of Onyxia to breathe flames on it to turn it into a Heated Ancient Blade. After the blade is heated you have 20 minutes to down her and plunge it into her body to get the Treated Ancient Blade. I swear I've never been so nervous in my life about a freakin game as I was then! What if I don't place the blade correctly to get heated, what if we don't down her in 20 minutes, what if someone skins her before I can plunge it into her body! My nerves were a wreck! But after carefully following each step of the quest line I finally had the Treated Ancient Blade as seen here:

    Treated Ancient Blade

    After you have that you turn it back into the npc in Dire Maul to get Quel'Serrar. I swear that was a "WoW" moment that I will NEVER forget. I took so many screen shots with that sword that it wasn't even funny. Here are some:

    Nomar and QS1

    Nomar and QS2

    Nomar and QS3

    Nomar and QS4

    What a sense of accomplishment I had that day!


    My second "WoW" moment was when my wife who played a NE hunter on my account named Mein (as seen above) decided she wanted her own account so we could play together. So I bought her a copy and we transferred Mein over to her new account. Then we both started new NE characters named Rhomeo (druid) and Juliett (priest) that started a journey together that lasted 3 years in Azeroth. Here's a shot of us together in Tanaris:

    Rhomeo and Juliett

    Needless to say she still plays on and off while I have sinced moved on. Well that's my "WoW' moments I won't soon forget!

    "Small minds talk about people, average minds talk about events, great minds talk about ideas."

  • ShogooShogoo Star CIty, ARPosts: 87Member Uncommon
    Wow Free Panda's!


  • MienhMienh Redding, CAPosts: 3Member Common
    My favorite moments are when after you say your gonna quit WoW, but end up coming back every expansion and then realize how much you love the game. After 3 months of doing everything you quit again... another expansion, come back, and the process starts all over again.
  • tamas94tamas94 TurdaPosts: 2Member
    When I reached level 70 (back in the good old days) with my first character, I felt like my journey just started...
  • stygianapothstygianapoth Oakwood, GAPosts: 185Member Uncommon
    My first WOW! moment was probably the first day I got the game. There were TONS and I mean TONS of players on. It was my first MMORPG so I was just simply stunned. It was a grueling rush to get out of the starter area but it was so fun.
  • ShaedunShaedun Monrovia, CAPosts: 1Member
    I played WoW for a long time, from hardcore perspective to casual, I was blown away multiple times, with each expansion, seeing the developers push the games boundaries and limites. My most memorable moments in the game run deep in me, and have shaped my life. My most memorable moment is meeting my wife for the first time in game, signing up for a Moletn Core raid, at the moment, neither of us knew what the future held for us, but 7 years later, 12/12/12 we were married. When I tell people how we meet, their reaction is always "WoW" =)
  • BoomnoutBoomnout RigaPosts: 1Member Uncommon

    I was stunned when I saw this elemental grind hes way through the ally defense lines.With pride I have showed these pictures to my frends and now in this thread I saw a chance to share this legendary moment.

  • Uncryptic2121Uncryptic2121 colorado springs, COPosts: 1Member

    My Favorit wow moment would have to be the time that i got wow. I spent all night getting to 14 and i was drained.Then was  my first dungeon when i just couldnt listen to my party mate because i didnt know what AOE meant. The last thing would be playing pvp stuff with my friend and we got all our cata gear.


  • waynejr2waynejr2 West Toluca Lake, CAPosts: 7,280Member Epic
    Alliance side Onyxia's attunement where you are escorted from the gates of Stormwind to the keep.  A bunch of friends and guldies walked up there with me. The keep part It was fun.  

    New 20016/12/09  Xmas Music:

    Kyleran:  "Now there's the real trick, learning to accept and enjoy a game for what it offers rather than pass on what might be a great playing experience because it lacks a few features you prefer."

    John Henry Newman: "A man would do nothing if he waited until he could do it so well that no one could find fault."

    FreddyNoNose:  "A good game needs no defense; a bad game has no defense." "Easily digested content is just as easily forgotten."

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  • extolroxextolrox Reno`, NVPosts: 22Member
    My favorite moment simply had to be my first level up my first feeling of joy of progress thinking I can do this I can hit max I am going to be epic 60 here I come! I would not give up that moment for anything even with my love hate relationship with the game. my second greatest moment was actually hiting level cap it was the first game I had ever gotten that far I was just sitting there going I am level 60 I am really LEVEL 60 ,and afterwards no matter what game I play it doesn't even match it. I felt like I had completed something and worked so hard to do so with my guildies cheering me on back when the game first started and I knew right then if I put this much determination as I put into this game into other things more important I could complete any task it rased my confidence when I had none at all. No matter what raid i did no matter how much new gear or expantion or anything else it was those two moments that stick out in my mind because it was something that we all got excited just thinking about when we first started and the fact that I was able to do so. It was better than the feeling of taking out pally tanks in PVP that where causing grief to all my fellow hordesmen and the game has become a part of our culture simply because it was so darn fun and hilarious. all in all with it being the first thing  I had ever completed in life ( yes I admit it I was a loser!) and helped me persue my goals instead of destroy my life like we have all heared time and time again it was the first time had others support me in doing something that I cared about even tho it was so meaningless and pointless in all true reality the memory and the friendships and everything about it I still hold dear. I haven't really thought about it for a long time really didn't think  much about how this game effected me i started to hate it when it was turning too competetive. But no matter what my biggest regret was making the Peon cry!
  • Bclarks09Bclarks09 Galloway, OHPosts: 1Member
    My favorite moment was bringing KilJaden (something like that) into stormwind and watching him just kill everybody and the guards until a GM had to step into play and remove him from Stormwind.  LokTarOGar!
  • splink007splink007 nanticoke, PAPosts: 4Member Uncommon
    Me and 4 of my friends on our level 60 rogues sitting in ogrimmar 1 shotting people at the ah.... God people would freak out.
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