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2-24-2010 @ 8:07AM
It's not old, or easy to miss, but the Crusader Bridenbrad questline stood out for me as something special. Also, for fans of WC3, the "Lazy Peons" quest in Durotar never fails to make me laugh.
2-24-2010 @ 9:02AM
"Me not that kind of orc!"Yeah, well, me is. Rawr.An old-world quest that I always try to do on characters? Well, Horde-side, there is "The Lady's Necklace" in Ghostlands, the short chain to get it back to Sylvanas, after which she treats you to "The Lament of the Highborne."
2-24-2010 @ 10:20AM
Absolutely second this comment. I thought that I was tough, that crying over a video game was for babies... I got through Sven Jorgen and Morgan Ladimore, Pamela Redpath and even Mosswalker Village saddened, yet without a physical tear... but dangit, when I finished with Crusader Bridenbrad's questline, my cheeks were waterlogged and it was all I could do to choke back an audible sob.I don't know why it affected me so much when so many other emotional quests haven't (at least not to that degree), but IMHO anyone who skips Crusader Bridenbrad's quests in Icecrown is absolutely cheating themselves.
2-24-2010 @ 10:36AM
Zug zug! :DI howled the first time I did that quest, because peons might have been my very favorite unit in the game just because of the noises they made.
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