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12-17-2007 @ 2:01PM
@10 ... typical of any stealth class really.Back when my lock was 24, some dbag 20 NE druid thought he could gank me while I was questing. I owned him ... 6 times.Eventually he brought a level 27 NE druid pal to assist in ganking me. I owned both of them twice and continued to quest. After a few more tries, they got me when I caught aggro on a respawned mob.I had a feeling they would still be there by the time I got back to my body, the 20 seemed a little persistent. Sure enough, as I ran around in death I stumbled across the 20, the 27, and then a 28 druid. All in stealth around my body. I whispered my level 70 shadow priest friend to come give me a hand as I just wanted to finish my last quest to move from stonetalon to whatever was next on my list. Before my friend arrived the 28 went afk. I popped ... feared the 27 ... dotted the 20 ... and owned the two non-afks. I used the afk 28 after the fight as a life/mana battery until she died.By the time my friend showed up there was a 30+ in the mix looking for me. I cannot tell you how hard my sides hurt as I watched the 4 of them try to kill me with a 70 shadow priest hiding behind a tree. Endless life and mana for whatever I didn't have on CD at the time.That was the most fun I've EVER had in my 2 years in wow. Took them two rez's to figure out there was a 70 there and to run away.
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