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6-03-2010 @ 6:15PM
I remember grinding weeks and weeks for reputation gear and farming heroics over and over again for those damn leggings. Then, I stepped foot into Naxx. It was daunting, my first ever raid (I started playing at Wrath :O) but my guild helped me out and we fought our way through it, day by day. Each boss, difficult but entertaining, hearing about 213 Epics made everyone want to push on to the next boss. After around 15 attempts on Kel'Thuzad we finally made it, and I won my T7.5 helm that I wore well into Ulduar, which mind you, was also extremely epic. It feels like that sense of accomplishment and truly epic battles have gone, even in early Wrath. I can't say anything about 40 mans, as I never played them, but 25 people going through GEAR APPROPRIATE content felt good. No BS GS, no Achievement linking, just a well trained guild.
6-03-2010 @ 8:08PM
I started playing WoW 11/1/08 after my boyfriend convinced me to play. My first raid ever was Naxx10. It was so epic and I loved every minute of it. Even though it took me awhile to get a hang of my warlock and I wasn't very good, but I read up on the fights and how to play my class better. Although I don't play my lil lock anymore, I still raid on my tree and love doing the weeklys in Naxx to this day :-)
6-03-2010 @ 9:13PM
Heck when i started raidng in Wrath (wrath-child here) and gearing up, Naxx was the place to go. I farmed heroics and sat my way in on VoA pugs to try to get the gear to be able to go into naxx. I even farmed and spent 1000g to get the stuff for a titansteel destoyer. I even used a trinket i got when i first went in there well into TOC. But times changed, and now nobody goes there. Makes me alittle sad, knowing all the good times that are to be found in there.
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