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Who in their right mind would want this game?
Oh, yes, pre-schoolers, that's who.
Hello! I want WoW collector too!
Here my screenshot!
I am defiantely interested in the collectors edition.
Favorite moment in wow is killing the lich king. My guild was made up entirely of RL friends, and when we defeated him after a few nights of trying, we all started cheering in vent, and then almost immediately became silent once we realized there was a super awesome cutscene after downing him.
Then there is the entire instance of ulduar, which was just amazing. Thanks for the contest!
My favourite moment was most likely when I discovered I could make a macro to spawn a random mount every time I clicked it. I love the selection of mounts, and this is the only way I was able to use them all equally!
Not enough games allow this.
"A single battle you have won, but so quick to think that this will be the end? I, like fear, am eternal, and in your dreams, I shall forever haunt."
best moments i had in Vanilla
bringing world bosses to cities
bombing people at ah
and though i don't find any similar relative videos i remeber i almost chocked by laughing when a friend i was in AV with was ambushed by a rogue. My friend was a prot warr in full naxx gear (T3) back then, he reported me his combat log:
"XXXXX's Ambush Crits you for 20 damage"
I still would really like to see teh face which that rogue made in that very instant back in his room
This is an amalgamation of a few of my previous posts:
For me, I would have to say my favorite moment in World of Warcraft was obtaining Benediction, the epic staff from the priest's storyline.
Not only was it (arguably) the coolest looking staff in the game, it had a glowing trail of slowly fading green, phosphorous dots that followed it as you walked, ran or galloped across Azeroth. But, beyond that, there was a ton of lore and work that lead up to acquiring the staff. First, you had to obtain an Eye of Shadow, an epic drop with a cryptic message about its purpose, by farming DreadLords in the Blasted Lands (or the Dreadlord himself, Lord Kazzak), or by going to Winterspring and farming Slayers. Then you had to equip the eye of shadow, pilfered via a paltry 50% drop chance from Majordomo in Molten Core, in order to find the ghost of a priest who failed to heal the denizens of Stratholme as it was being purged by Arthas. You must succeed where she failed, and if you are successful: the branch that will complete the construction of Benediction is your reward.
"Remember, remember - Kakk says 'December.'"
I have obtained much joy from my years playing Warcraft. I spent most of my time trying to be the best druid I could be . Even though I loved my druid above all else I still enjoyed being a paladin or a rouge,etc. It was just so much fun being different things. If I wasn't off on my own farming materials or looking for rares, I was running around with my guildmates looking for trouble. I remember tanking Zul Gurub for the first time since the patch changed it to 5 man. It went sour but the second time I went it was beyond words. I was able to hold my aggro and maintain good control over the mobs coming after my healer. I enjoyed kiting them around as the group went on to the chains to free the god and defeating Jindo. I adore that moment a long with others. Grouping up with strangers may have been rough but once we were on the same page everything just came together. Here is the screenshot Go Tandrai
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oh my i got lot of WoW! good time back in time my 1st being crossroads pvp i mean that place had nothing special to it but damn what epic all out pvp battle it had there.
2nd is back when it had pvp rank and i finaly got High Warlord rank along the whole set on my Orc Warrior Fury spec i miss those time
3rd Killing Kel'Thuzad in Original Naxx i remember the yelling and the joy all over vent it was so rewarding after all the time spent in this place i remember the "party" in Orgrimmar with everyone cheering us i felt so proud.
4rd and last Killing illidan on our 4th try warglaive drop i win i jumped everywhere in my room 2 week later the other warglaive drop i wanted it but im not greedy so i tell them i wont roll on it so som1 else can be happy and hit pass. had a 30 sec silence/noanswer followed by the 2 other war and rogue and then the Leader (he wa a rogue) say : "yo Albel grab that thing man i tottaly want to see you dual wield those babies it wasn't even a option som1 else roll if it droped the 2nd one"
i remember the feeling of 1st having such good friends to play with but how freakin Epix it was runnign arround with both warglaive .
sadly i don't have all the screenies anymore since it was on my old computer and the HDD went dead
back in the day when Vaelastrasz was a guild killer 26 wipes and then it died and teamspeak went wild for ages the raid ended early lol.
meryy christmas all
Wow moment...I purchased vanilla WoW at the urging of co-workers who played. I leveled to the 50's and was entering Silithus when I realized TBC was only a few days off. So I poured some extra hours in and managed to ding 60 the night prior to the release. Hitting 60 on my first toon was a wow moment.
Then the very next day I was happy to have another wow moment stepping through the portal and seeing this huge battle being fought, just massive. I started laying in some Rain of Fire and seeing the numbers popping up over these massive demons was pretty cool.
I was main tank at the time. Playing Orc warrior. Together with my brotehr and cousin, we were age 20-26. Originating from Croatia we played in a Bulgarian guild ( strange combo I know ). As time passed by we bace good friends with Bulgars, but have never met in RL. Playing 5 days a week in raids and farming pots on 6th a bond was made at that time, bond that lasts today.
So we did what every young player would. Packed our bags, grabed some cash and traveled 780 Kms ( one way ) from Zagreb to Sofia so we can meet our friends in real life and play with them for 4 days.
Years have passed, but I still remeber raiding MC and BWL with mates from anotehr part of the world and my next of kin all sitting in same room, yelling, drinking, laughing. It was trully pinacle of my gaming career.
If for nothing else, thank you Blizz for making a game that made it possible to meet wonderfull people, in game and out, play with them and enjoy their company.
the first time i created a character and had her ding to max level.
the first time i went inside heroic dungeons.
my first raid.
my first wipe.
this game had me hooked for a good 5 years - till now.
i love yew wow
There are people who play games and then there are gamers.
When I first entered Northrend - I was a level 30 undead mage or so, and WotLK just came out (I bought it immediately). I was in this great social leveling guild (we always had a blast in the chat) and I bugged this guy to take me there. I got to the vikings in the Howling Fjord (just up the lift) and I died there a few times.
That's when I rushed to lvl 68 (I think that was the req for quests?) and got to 80 just by eating all the Northrend's beautiful landscape. A month or two later we raided Naxx (there was this druid healer Elpier or Elpierre, who just made it all much more fun) and I felt great, not because I really accomplished something but because we had such a great time there.