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10-14-2008 @ 2:36AM
The turn-out, to see what could have been the last time to witness the quest Stormwind Rendezvous take place, was incredible. I had no idea that it would be so... well... epic. Over 120 (3 raid groups) joined us for what proved to be a test of fps more than dps and about a 1/3rd of them turning up some 1-2 hours early to get front row seats. Some of the amusing moments included when I tried to start the quest and so many people had me on follow I couldn't find the Squire. Screenshots cannot do it justice but the memory will certainly stay with me for a long, long time.The funniest moment for me was when the mobs were all killed before Windsor was even able to enter combat... and yet, that unlucky fool still died.A special thanks to Mike, The WoWInsider team and, of course, the readership who stood at the gates waiting for so long. I personally have always loved this quest but tonight you all made it very special.I would also like to apologize to everyone who I didn't get to reply to - I know there were many. I tried to reply as quickly as possible but shortly after we completed the quest I think I was critted by wall of whispers. Again, it really was YOU guys that made this so much fun. So this is my thank you to everyone who made this final adventure of the 2.x patches so darn special!I've posted some nice screen grabs here: http://projectbowl.net/?p=33.Again, thank you very much for making this a night to remember. Enjoy the 12-hour break guys, catch you on the flip side! :)
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