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11-23-2009 @ 1:47PM
Heh, I remember grinding out the last 2 levels to get my mount near Theramore on those stupid Murlocks. Then, I had to get a small loan from a guildie that I paid back within 2 days. :-) It was amazing. I also remember being in a queue for over an hour. I remember seeing the count down to 5 people in front ,and my PC spontaneously rebooting... putting me to the end of the queue (It was about this time, that I quit playing, the first time). I remember playing on my PvP server, having hordes of alliance ganking me all over STV... then, calling in one of my friends from the guild, and he wiped the two groups, without a problem. I think that night, we had 3 guildies control STV for all the Horde players. What about the epic back and forth between South Shore and Taren Mill? Who can forget THOSE... back when PvP was just world PvP, no battle grounds. No honor system... you just fought to kill another player, or mess up their day. I came on the day the game released, and I remember seeing Tauren ALL over the place. That starting zone was FULL. I also remember my first guild, that was not built up from just friends. The Pandern Order. We later assimilated into another guild that had been started by my friends, the Tater Heads. :-) I remember a lot of fun... a LOT of frustration with the lack of servers... and VERY high queue waits.
11-23-2009 @ 2:02PM
I remember the world pvp that would occur between south shore and taren mill. I remember being a lvl 35 pally and I went to south shore for the first time and seeing dozens of horde and alliance battling it out. Of course, when everyone around you is a lvl 60, you're not going to last long, so all I did was throw out some little heals, rez a few alliance members, and get in the occasional stun. Now that was good times. Nowadays the only pvp action you can get is in a bg or the arena, and they're a lot less thrilling than open world pvp.
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