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11-24-2009 @ 2:37AM
I started playing in patch 2.3 or 2.2, not sure. I remember my brother wanting it so bad because his friends had it. He asked me to pay a bit so he could buy it. I remember my first char, the gnome rogue. I quested a bit, then I started exploring. I reached ironforge and went to the deeprun tram. It was the first time I saw stormwind. My brother made an undead lock.Then after 2-3 characters, I decided to try the TBC 10 days free trial. I made a BE hunter. I quested than went to silvermoon. I spent days killing dragonhawks. Eventually, I ended up with 20-30 silver. My brother asked how did I get so rich.The hunter stayed my main for weeks. My brother swiched to another realm to play with his friends, while I stayed. Eventually I decided to make a Draenei paladin as an alt in my brother's realm.one day, I was level 27, and in ferales. I reached the sea and swam untill I died. There was a bug that got me stuck not as a ghost, but in the moment right after I press the back to corpse button, before I'm in the body. I swiched to the paladin. I leveled all the way to 32, while my brother got to 61. We weren't using a credit card number, instead we used prepaid cards. A few days before the pre-wrath events started, the subscription was done. My brother decided to give up on WoW. I stayed for a long time without subscription, untill finally I bought it (along with the expansion) 2-3 weeks after wrath came out. I went home to be surprised by my brother telling me that he gave the acount to his friend so he could play with his twink (it was the 3rd best twink on the realm). So I changed the password, installed WotLK, and made my DK (good thing my brother had that level 61 char). That DK has remained my main. Now I'm level 75. I'm without subscription right now, it ended a week ago.I'm 15 by the way.
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