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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!
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!
When I became 60 for the first time 6 years ago
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
Such fond memories of those awesome 1v1 demon fights. Especially the madly hard kite.
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 :> )
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.
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.
The 80's action Rocky/Kickboxer training Montage in Mists (2012) - here I made a video of it (I dubbed the music ofc) - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AlEhQIkEpL4
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 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=pjt2dnYyVPY#t=116s
When Fraps wiped my vael raid group (vanilla wow 2006) - video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HHvaJ1jiC48 ("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.
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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:
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:
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:
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:
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."
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.
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.
A man would do nothing if he waited until he could do it so well that no one could find fault. ~John Henry NewmanEasily digested content is just as easily forgotten.