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Opening honor tab for the first time, I thought "Hmm, how long will it take to get knight-lieutenant?". I always wanted that title, and I still want it for some reason.I only got to sergeant :/
If u ask me my fist memory of WoW i just hear Mulgor in my mind, that music, the wind and those bugs (start playing at night^^), looking up and actually seeing a moon :o.I lvl'ed this tauren warrior up to lvl 20, not knowing the exsintace of talent points and that there are more skill to learn then only the once u see on top off the trainers tab >.<I ran into a warlock at that lvl and was so thrilled knowing u could have pets, made lock the same minute.After 5mins on my lock i ran into an orc hunter with a cat, he told me he could train any beast cuz he was a hunter, 2 mins later: i had my first main character: a tauren hunter, he's 71 now, flipped over to pally and DK :pand some later, the cheerful moment off dinging lvl 40, i finally reached a lvl that shows, bought my mount and ran around on it for an hour... just running... nothing else :p
I remember how I didn't know what a Huntard was, but somehow never actually fell into that hole of using a lot of Strength gear (except the drops off Herod!)...Guess playing other MMOs and DnD helped a lot after all.On topic, my oldest and fondest memory was probably when I ran BRD...it took SO long! I was also impressed by the sheer size of the instance.Summoning Lokholar in AV was fun too.
My earliest memory is one of the 10 day trial I had, back in Vanilla WoW days. I've been a Warcraft nerd since around 1995 or 1996, when my neighbor (40 something year old trucker, kinda strange he liked this now thinking back) showed me Warcraft: Orcs v Humans and Warcraft 2: Tides of Darkness. I played the hell out of those, and I got Warcraft 3 as soon as I could, which was about 2 weeks after my parents bought a computer good enough to run it. Several months later, Frozen Throne came out and I played the heck out of it too, looking to see what would happen to Illidan and Arthas. I finished the game around the time WoW was announced, and I thought to myself MAYBE I'LL GET TO BEAT THE TAR OUT OF ARTHAS I NEED THIS GAME NOWNOWNOWNOW.Fast forward some time, don't know exactly how long. Came into a WoW 10day trial disk. Played Alliance cause I had always preferred them over anyone else. Made a human, I'm pretty sure it was a Warrior. When I finally got a quest to go to Stormwind, I ran there as fast as I could, anxious to see what the city looked like.I remember walking into the Valley of Heroes and being in absolute AWE. Seeing the statues of those heroes was incredibly moving to me. Wandering around Stormwind, I really felt like I was a part of the game series I had loved for so long.Nowadays, the new Lich King content is again making me feel like I am a huge part of this wonderful series. The way Icecrown evolves as I quest, the way Acherus and the DK starting zone evolved...I feel as though I myself am changing the face of Azeroth, and at times I almost feel like I am going to see things written about my personal heroic deeds in quests and NPC conversation for every player to see; even though I know in actuality thousands upon thousands of people have done the same things I have.Those are my sweet memories. Sweet, sweet memories.
My best memory is from pvp.I was on my lvl 42 Rogue in vanilla wow and got help from a guild mate who was lvl 60 thenShe was a rogue aswell, Rhia was her name, Troll Rogue. I was an undead rogue named SinsterShe was helping me with quests in Arathi Highlands at Stromgarde Keep, then suddenly we got ambushed by pvp geared feral druid and a hunter, they were both 60. Rhia and me was both ganked becouse we was taken offguard.After we corpserunned to the gankspot we stealthed and held ourselves at a distant.She leaped them by sapping the hunter, and got the druid in a stunlock. The hunter went out of sap and started kiting Rhia. I was unable to act. but i knew i had to help her. I cheap shotted the hunter, after rushing after him with sprint while stealthed he did not detect me. Rhia was finally able to catch up with him. But she was killed by his pet when she was low on health. The hunter had very low hp. I snatched on evasion and was able to go onto a killing blow. I was overjoyed we 2 rogues were able to take these down. That was my best memory in wow.I also had a hunter on a my friends account, a night elf female hunter, got to lvl 51 before i got my own account. Was hoping to be able to transfer from that account to my own, but that didnt work. So i was saddened. After a going trough a few considerations i made Sinster the sneaky undead rogue :)Shortly after hitting 49 I made a shaman, Orc shaman. Lvled trough vanilla to 50 as elemental before tbc came out. A nice memory it was in winterspring on pvp realm as elemental, with instant crit and shocks on allys with low hp against mobs :DWhen i got to 70. I became resto, doing the heroics in tbc was a great deal of fun, loads of events in my guild. And shortly after gearing up in heroics i went to Karazhan, and a joyride that was. My fav kill was Maiden due to the mace wich dropped the first time i went there and i got it. Looked so awsome, specially when my guild master gave me the max healing + enchant there was back then. Think it was 81+ healing spells. Wich made my wep more prettier than ever. All the lewt i got from 1 run in karazhan was overwhelming. Im glad they picked me to be the only mail wearer in that group. No hunter, no other shaman, nor a nobadin with cloth or mail :pAfter alot of raiding in karazhan, we hitted Gruul. and by that time i had 2 parts of Tier raid set 4 Cyclone for healing.And when i got both legs and shoulders from Gruul, my char looked ever the best shaman healer there was in the guild. I felt like a top of the christmas tree then. Guild loved me and i loved them. And then it was Tempest keep- The eye, When we first downed Al'ar the guildmaster won the ashes wich dropped . I was so happy for him. Still remember seeing him cruising around Shatrath on the ashes <3.When we got to so called Loot Reaver now. T5 shoulders dropped. Back then when we setted up DKP for the raids i was able to get them. But i passed them to the second highest bidder becouse i wanted to keep my 4 item set bonus on t4. I was so happy for the other shaman who got them, he had crap shoulders from Curator anyhow.And then it was SSC, alot of fun there. Cant say much tho, might be abit long comment this lol.
one of my fave moments. . .i was main tanking sartharion 25 man. . .i get her positioned in the back right corner.a minute or so into the fight, i wonder what a face full of lava might taste like. get hit with the lava wall, fly waaay back into the lava lake. . .and sarth chases after me into the lake lol.i'm taking MASSIVE amounts of damage. . .healer was freaking amazing for keeping me alive.i swim my way back out of the lake, but sarth is now facing everyone else in the raid.takes me a couple seconds to turn her around. . .luckly no one has died.we continue on and down her.lol i /fail.but man was it fun.it looked like a clear epic fail. . .but because of the amazing heals, and everyone quick reactions. . .it turned into an epic win.needless to say. . .now that i know what a face full of lava tastes like. . .i'll be avoiding it from here on out.
My earliest memory wasback when my friend played in the Beta. OMG so awesome looking I wanted it as soon as it came out, or had money for it. When I finally got my own account it was during patch 1.8, pretty sweet time back then, pre-beastial wrath. Oh how the times have changed.
* Looking up at Teldrassil for the first time.* The first time I shifted to bear form and nothing could kill me anymore.* Realising that I could sit while in bear form and I'd look like a lost puppy. Awww.* Standing and watching the Ancient of War in Darnassus. Realising it WAS MOVING.*Happily and shyly informing my first guild (which had Blizzard employees in it) that I'd gotten my fishing to 75. And somebody sincerely telling me "good job". * Fishing.* Rising for the first time in the crypt. I was undead.* Realising that undead have their elbow bones sticking out of their clothes. Awesome.* Undercity for the first time. And second. And fifth. Wow.* Stumbling into the room with the creature who made the green moats. Ewww. But still wow.*The plains of Mulgore.*My screen shaking and the sound of something thunderous. Spinning around and seeing a whole herd of kodo coming at me.* The first look at Thousand Needles.*Going through the masoleum in Duskwood. Standing in the passageway between two of the crypt rooms and putting down the *perfect* shackle on a rising zombie so we could finish the two we had before that third got to us. Without having to be told. All on my own, because I saw it coming.*Going through Blackfathom with a couple of friends of mine who'd been playing forever. Learning that the guys with the dragons around their names were *tough* but that if we worked together, we'd survive. I was so proud of myself - I'd concentrated so hard on doing the right thing.*The first time I saw a dragon fly over my head.*Seeing frogs splashing in the swamps of the Wetlands.* Riding the tram to Ironforge.* Me and my warrior friend taking on Dun Modr by ourselves. Intense but fun. I learned a ton about mana management that afternoon.*Realising that so far, I haven't seen much that is prettier than Ashenvale when the light falls.
August 2007 my life changed forever. I had played warcraft 1, 2, & 3 and decided that if I was going to "Roleplay" I wanted to be a Paladin, the bold, the fearless, the defender of light and good and the smiter of all that was evil. I had no help, so after leveling to 40 solo as a true tri spec, dumping points into whatever i thought was cool i hooked up with a guild that was grinding out their D3 sets to start Kara.They showed me the way of the prot pally and helped me level up through dungeons teaching me to tank along the way. My fondest memory of WoW was the Paladin Epic Mount quest. That whole questline was just a royal pain in my arse. I remember I was 60 when I started it and was 62 by the time I was finished with it, running scholo and forgetting my items in the bank.I still have my Pally, "HE" started out as Alkozar Male Human Pally on Akama and is now Epinefrin Female Human Pally on Antonidas. We've been together along time, female arse is much more appealing to stare at than male. That's why i never rolled a feral druid, bear arse is ugh.
when I was alliance..then switched to Horde...best choice EVER!
memories from classic wow.when i was doing the ashenvale quest that had you pick up some crate from stranglethorn and return it, on my way back i was just standing in the middle of the ship, minding my own business and thinking about completing the quest. suddenly the alliance priest next to me casts something, and all the sudden i'm starting to run off the ship.a second later, the ship zoned and disappeared right before me. that's how i became aware of the mind control spell.even before that, when i was questing in hillsbrad, i see, for the first time, an attackable member of the enemy faction. a human warrior, of course. i stealth, stalk him for a bit, and finally attack him. it was a fierce fight where we both stood in front of each other, not moving one bit, and tried burning the opponent down. he popped his swords rotating around him thingie and burned every cooldown, but i was a combat rogue in what i deemed good gear at the time, greens of the monkey, bought from the AH. i was victorious. my first pvp fight couldn't have been better.which brings me to another "you do this only on your first character" thing, the AH greens. i picked up mining and skinning, because i wanted to make money. picked up every node i saw, farmed skinnable mobs a lot, and aimed for buying the mount as soon as i could. but then there was the AH... i bought an item when it would provide me with +1 more stat, even if it costs 25g. and you know what? i enjoyed it. this character wasn't gonna run around with inferior gear. love my rogue so much.