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I was playing an assassin in a guild group. The tank had just got the attention of a group of sarnak when noticed another group walking up from another direction. Not having time to warn the group, I hit stealth and backed into a corner. The rest of the group died in a "what just happened" moment. I used an item to rezz the priest once everything calmed down.
My assassin is excited about more power. I enjoy new places to explore.
Some of my favorite moments where back when the game was new.
Watching people open chests and do crafting and then fall over dead. They were the top two killers of players back then, I laughed soo much.
Another fond memory is of a now deleted Gnome monk that was ranked 7 in the kill to death ratio for a long time. I wasted a lot of goblins to get my title.
I recently returned to EQ2 and it's been a blast so far. My wife and I played the first EQ then moved to EQ2 when it was released and we plan on staying for a long time. When EQnext comes out we will more than likely play all three EQ's haha.
Played EQ2 since the beginning , more solo now since my last to guilds broke up but still fun even solo to dive in ounce in a while.
think my favorite xpac was still kunark , massive maps , lots of dungeons and great raids.
My favorite moment still is the launch of the EQ2 ... after EQ and Asherons Call - EQ2 was to be the game of all games, and (to me at least) it was.
Now there are hundreds of 3d MMORPGs, and we've 'seen it all, done it all', but back then it was like traveling to a whole new world - all the anticipation, excitement, trying to get to next zone, admiring the sights. All that is still the reason I come back to EQ2 again and again.
There were countless great moments in Everquest 2.
Starting with the beginning of creating a character, entering the world, being just a refugee, seeing the beautiful graphics and realizing my PC was too slow back in the day. Becoming a citizen of Qeynos, learning my class, exploring and socializing. Forming groups, getting to know people from all around the world, it was one great adventure.
I remember seeing an assassin, an evil class, in Antonica and we were like "the enemy! it's invading!" but it turned out he was a friendly sort and although puzzled we invited him to our group and had some fun exploring Stormhold.
There are so many memorable moments, the first raids and the excitement, slaying our first dragon, Darathar after a long winded series of quests. Exploring the Kingdom of Sky and upgrading our Claymore heritage weapon, fighting Avatars of the gods in the Shadow Odyssey and looting their charms and unique weapons and armor. The epic quest series of Destiny of Velious, fighting the children of Rallos Zek. But the most memorable moment was saving the raid, playing as a brigand. The Paladin tank died and I grabbed the aggro with shenanigans, went into defensive stance and out healers managed to keep me healed, and I tanked it while our Paladin was being resurrected and his resurrection sickness removed by our dirge. He snapped the mob's aggro back onto him, I went back to offensive stance and continued beating on its back. In the end we managed to kill the mob. Good fun.
What I'm looking forward to in Altar of Malice is exploring the new content and socializing with people, it has been a while since I've last played.
141201experience: after seven years eq2 goes ftp
I never knew that i would feel so small upon visiting Qeynos, until i got out to the reaches of Antonica where i felt all the more lost, tiny and helpless without anyone around, grouped mobs were too strong, thus i had to explore more to find suitable opponents to fight, which is not a bad thing since it got me to explore more and deeper....the same afternoon i found a Band of Brothers Guild with people from my country as well, and late in the afternoon i found myself after a dungeon or two, killing crabs with new transatlantic buddies and talking about everything while enjoying the wonderfull music, from dusk till dawn...EQ is a world of wonders, visual, social, epic, and ultimately a fantasy online universe, we so eagerly want to escape for some time from our everyday lives.
EQ will always be the portal to our fantasy lands! That's why to every person who has lived in it, even for a while still holds a very very special place in their hearts no other fantasy or scifi world but a handfull few has done.
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I think it would be probably when it first launched and while on the Isle of Refuge figuring out to make the combo attacks work with a random person I ran into and quested with.
Other than that when I was doing heritage quests for the first time.