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12-12-2008 @ 8:16AM
Good post. ^_^. I have been playing WoW for a year and a half myself and leveled three classes to seventy with BC (druid, rogue, paladin) and one to eighty with WotLK (rerolled priest). I remember the days when Clockwork bots were buffable. :]. Was a fun toy. I wish we had more toys like that, that fight at random. I remember the Naaru in Silvermoon City. But I wasn't around for anything "major" that made me mad. :[. But than again that's a good thing. ^_^Also; Amanda how about a new column here on WoWInsider? 'Blast From The Past'; recap of a random old article?
12-12-2008 @ 9:08AM
I like your idea for the new column. I've been playing since TBC and I'm sad I know so little about classic. The end-game dungeons, the epic opening of AQ, PvP before Arenas, how classes have changed (prot paladin? shadow priest? boomkin?) or other cool stuff from old times (eg I know about the boss-1-shotting paladins ^^)
12-12-2008 @ 9:30AM
you say pvp before arena, go think about pvp before the honor system or BGs :P southshore-tarren Mill massacres R.I.P.
12-12-2008 @ 10:41AM
Awesome idea for an article!Blast from the past where you dig up news from way back would be awesome to read / discuss.
12-12-2008 @ 12:18PM
"Blast from the Past" - because WoW Insider doesn't recycle enough content on slow days as it is.(I'm looking at you, Holisky)
12-13-2008 @ 3:18AM
Thanks folks. :]. Hmm...it won't be a bad idea from slow news days. I joined WoW after BC. I see content on here I shrug about; but some I think is awesome. What could've been the news people thought was awesome before my time? I would love to know. ^_^
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