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9-16-2009 @ 11:03AM
I have a couple of moments. One was when I was taming the cat in Winterspring. I completely failed at taming because I aggro'd 3 other cats every time, and died. I completely freaked out when I realized after taming him that I had no food to give him, and worried he'd run away before I got food.Another moment was the Time-Lost Proto Drake. It was probably a week after I had started my search that I was just going to give up (not really, but everyone says they were literally going to give up on finding a rare mob right as they find them). I decided to fly a different way, and I pressed the macro and it targeted him. I flew around in an adrenaline rush, trying to figure out where he was. Took about 10 minutes before I finally found him. As soon as he died, 15 other people showed up, watching me in my glory of riding the proto-drake. Tanking and Healing experiences were also so much fun, yet so nerve wracking the first time. My first tanking experience was in maradon in TBC era. We had been in the instance for 3-4 hours. The tank quit right as we were going down to face Princess. I was the only class that could also tank, so they said to pop a shield and sword and start tanking in my arms leveling spec. I had no idea what I was doing, and didn't have a shield or sword to switch to. In the end, I tanked the rest of the instance with the 2H wind axe and we did kill princess. 4-manned...with a non-tanking spec tank, and all of us around the mara level reqs. My first healing experience was on my druid, while I was a feral druid learning to tank and my friend pushed me into going to kara. We were doing Nightbane and they told me to innervate the healer (had no idea what innervate was), then they said to cast Tranquility at a certain moment. Later, in WotLK, I decided to finish leveling my druid and heal an instance. After actively researching for hours how to heal an instance, I took a pug into a heroic and found it to be much easier than i expected. Of course, they were all over-geared, so the next time I took a Pug with less geared people...it wasn't as fun. I think I've said enough...way too many great moments in wow to say one is the biggest.
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