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9-16-2009 @ 8:33AM
Maybe the first time I went to Orgrimmar. I knew zero about the game, I just bought the $2 trial and rolled an orc. I did my thing and then wondered what that big thing was up north, and I was totally overwhelmed walking in, thinking I'd never be able to remember where all these stores were. I saw the stone for RFC and had no idea what was with that big rock out front. I went in only to run out later...Another one would be getting 50 mounts for the Albino Drake back when it was tough.I might have to go with completing the Netherwing rep grind too, though. It was the first rep grind I ever did, and it was much more of a status symbol back then, and it ended in a very cool way. Very fun.
9-16-2009 @ 9:45AM
Mine's similar but with Undercity instead of Org. The first character i ever rolled was an undead lock and after the first few quests i decided to go out exploring. I found the ruins of lordaeron and was wandering around it thinking how cool and spooky it looked. Then i found one of the lifts at the back and found this huge sprawling underground city, back then the undercity had a lot more players milling about too which added to it. I was amazed that there was such a huge underground city hidden in the middle of nowhere (back then i thought i'd travelled miles into the wilderness on my trek from the undead start zone to the undercity xP).
9-16-2009 @ 12:56PM
Going off of the rep grind thing. I remember finally getting exalted with timbermaw at level 73 and doing the final quest for the timbermaws to kill the demon that was corrupting all of the winterfall tribe. As a pally it's the perfect quest; purifying the evil taint that is corrupting the world, cleansing a region of the world. And then immediately running to reg UK and using the trinket to summon a timbermaw furbolg to fight against Ingvar the Plunderer. It was the perfect ending to the genocide of millions upon millions of felwood furbolgs.
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