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8-19-2010 @ 8:05AM
My first level-cap ding was level 70 on my Hunter. Once I reached the 99% mark, I abandoned all quests, flew to shadowmoon valley and killed a blood elf NPC. I ran around the house screaming "YES!!!! WOOOOOOOO!!!!!!". I then proceeded to buy my flying mount training, fly up really high, dismount, and die. Best 10 minutes EVER.
8-19-2010 @ 8:44AM
Ahhh, who can forget the BC standard flying mounts. I flew EVERYWHERE even though it was really really really slow...but i flew
8-19-2010 @ 9:55AM
I cant remember the quest, but I ding'd 70 off of a cow back in TBC.... one week later WotLK came out.
8-19-2010 @ 1:12PM
bjoker, i think your comment needs more cowbellhttp://www.wowhead.com/quest=10334On-topic: My first 80 I hit finishing a quest in storm peaks. I took a metric ton of screenshots. Just felt super epic... because it was.
8-19-2010 @ 1:36PM
@bjoker1You may be referring to the quest Needs More Cowbell where you have to save Bessy (a spectral bovine).I hit 80 after saving little Emily's pet bunny, Mr. Floppy, in the quest Mr. Floppy's Perilous Adventure. To this day, I tout that as my epic 80 ding moment. Just me, Mr. Floppy, and his owner Emily. Oh, and the guild informing me I had just missed a server first. Bittersweet. :)
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