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10-21-2010 @ 8:59AM
Two moments really stand out for me.1) The old Onyxia attunement quest where you march through the city with Marshal Windsor. I started playing in BC and had seen this happen once at a low level. When I got to the appropriate level, I went through the quest chain with my friends (it was so annoying and very long to do back then), who had no idea why I was so hell-bent on completing this chain as they hadn't done this either. By the time we were meeting Windsor at the gates of Stormwind, they were excited. Needless to say, the end event in Stormwind Keep was nothing short of amazing for all of us.2) I wasn't at the point in my WoW career where I was reading MMO-Champion and WoW Insider every day, so I had no idea about the Wrathgate. When the screen went black I thought my game had crashed. The ensuing cinematic was both exhilarating and saddening as I had become so fond of Bolvar after the events of the previous paragraph. This was the point for me where WoW went from being a fun game to an absolutely amazing way to tell a story.
10-21-2010 @ 9:22AM
Yes! Wrathgate! I was so clueless too! I'm like "WTF?" and then there's that cut scene..it's incredible! Then you get to play it out yourself. I did first on Alliance and then Horde and was delighted that they were both so different. It was so unexpected and different...
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