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Favourite moment has to be the first time I rented my own house in the game and entered. The possibilities were endless, and I took probably a lot longer than I should placing anything and everything I came across from quests.
New expansion = more content, which cant be a bad thing
Its fine to talk to a brick wall.Its when the brick wall talks back that it gets intresting
There are quite a few moments I remember fondly.
Launch day, back in November 2004. I remember swimming in the water on Isle of Refuge and be awestruck that I left a trail in the water while swimming. It was so amazingly pretty.
I remember a Halloween many years ago when they introduced a house item, that made a zombie pop up randomly on the screen when you were in your house. I literally screamed the first time, and the second time and the third and many more. I kept telling myself to remove it from my house, bu I kept forgetting it..and kept screaming when it surprised me. Eeekkk!
I left the game and recently came back. It was a really great feeling coming back. It felt like coming home Go back to my house, open it up and see my baby dragon again. That was really a good feeling.
Good luck to all, I hope the winners will enjoy their travels in Norrath.
My best experience was a raid at Poets Palace where I met my wife but I will also always remember the journey through the Isle of Refuge, that was a lot of fun and a sad day when it was taken away.
My favorite EQ2 moment will always be the fact that it's one of the few MMO's that has kept the Role Playing at the heart of the game. Whenever someone gets an epic weapon, the way it is announced throughout the game is amazing, After all the years the game has been out, the full scope of the customization of classes and play style still astounds me. As the rest of the herd dumbs down, EQ2 stays challenging and with it's original roots.
So many great experiences, but the most enjoyable have always been killing a raid mob after attempting them many times.
Darathar, Tarinax and Chel'Drak were probably my favourites.
I was 22 when EQ released. I was a very awkward young individual. Mostly an out cast during all the years in school and things didn't change much in college.
EQ was the only thing that kept me together back then. All the bullying and harassement. It is funny how a game can be such an outlet for releif. It got me through college and i met some wonderful people in game who are now my best buddies for last 12 years.
EQ2 was just a natural choice and playing with these buddies of mine who you can say actually saved my life was the best experience i ever had. Its been 8 years now and we are far apart from one another. But every now and then we set up a meeting and meet in beautiful world of EQ2.
I don't know what the future expansion holds for me. But i do know that i am going to play the hell out of it for old times sake.
This could end up being very interesting.
I think my fondest memory is that our guild camped Bloodtalon for 9 hours for the HQ. We must've been extremely unlucky. But we chatted and got to know each other better during that time so it was all worth it.
Another one is that I joined a pick up raid for the Mark Of The Awakened ___ signature quest. That too was 9 hours long and the raid people changed drastically during that time but eventually we got it and that felt really good. Love the effect on the item, would love to have a cosmetic version of it!
Finally beating Venril Sathir after several weeks and having wiped over and over and over again and again because always someone messed up the encounter.
Sitting in oakmist forest with my dwarven templar as a noob and being picked up by a gnome. That little event more or less started my EQ2 journey.
Forgot the raid encounter, but being asked by raid leader to use feign death with my necro and the moment it was required I had to admit: Feign death is not up. WHAT ???? I should have known that, damn timers. Of course we wiped royally.
Maybe I should not have left a few years ago...