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9-16-2009 @ 9:54AM
My very first toon was a priest, and as I was leveling him up some guild friends of mine asked if I wanted a run through some low level instances. So a buddy of mine grabbed his lowbie toon, and with two high level guild friends we headed out. Well, the first bit of hilarity came when they realized I had crap for flight paths (I was like lvl 32 or something). So I got to experience running through Arathi Highlands and Dusthallow... at night... on a PvP server dominated by horde. Ya, that was an adventure. After we had run SFK they offered to run us through RFK/RFD. So we headed over that way. We get to one of them and realize I'm too low level to enter. So we try to make our way back out, and end up at the top of a cliff. A very very tall cliff. The pally in the group says, hey, I can just bubble people down. So he throws a bubble on my lowbie hunter friend and he jumps down. It was at that moment a revelation struck him. "Oh... guys, it take 5 minutes for the bubble to recharge". So we all decided to see if we could live to hit the bottom on our own. I almost made it (didn't have levitate yet), but ended up making a splat next to my friend cowering in fear behind a razor-tree type thing. By this point it was like 2-3am and we were all a bit punchy. I couldn't stop laughing and had to literally hold my hand over my mouth so I didn't wake up the rest of the household. Great times...
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