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11-23-2009 @ 2:22PM
I've been playing off and on for almost 4 years. My favorite memory from early on was on my NE Warrior (whose name is still unique after all this time) trying to find Stone Talon Peak. I was certain that the way to go was up, so I spent a lot of time crawling along the walls and climbing scaffolding that the goblins had put up. Suddenly I came upon something I had never seen before. A Tauren Warrior! Horde! He had a good 2 levels on me, so I knew I didn't want to tangle with him, but I'd have to get around him to keep moving up the scaffolding. I must have spent 20 minutes hiding and watching him, praying that he wouldn't notice me. The next day I learned about the difference between PvE and PvP servers (I being on the former :P) OH! And I also found out the right way up to Stone Talon Peak.Other great memories include: AQ opening event, including the battle with the dragon in moonglade (wasn't one of the raiders, just an extra body brought along to deal with adds).Going throught the Dark Portal the first time (it's SO much bigger on the other side).Coming back to WoW after taking 9 months off and leveling my Shaman, who has become the first true main I've ever had. Through her I experienced the joys of 50-59 PvP, learning to kill Death Knights, and hitting 60 and dual-wielding High Warlords Cleavers with my Spirit Wolves fought beside me. I pushed throught Outland after Blizzcon, eager to get ready to enjoy Cataclysm, and fell in love with Northrend. Seeing the scale, the scenery the stories. Wandering around Howling Fjord, having forgotten about questing as I took in the scenery and the wonderful music.THEN, Dragonblight. I had heard about the Wrathgate, but didn't know any details. After having completed all the quests, I moved up to the 'gate, expecting more questing to be done there. Instead I was given a front row seat to witness a tragedy and an act of horrible betrayal. Now I actually do endgame dungeons. I've accomplished goals that I set out to do (geared up for heroics, got my Albino Drake). I've had more fun with this game in the last 6 months than at any point previously, and I feel like there is a lot more to look forward to in the future.
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