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10-21-2010 @ 10:29AM
I deployed two months prior to Wrath of the Lich King launching. By the time I was able to check out Northrend, the game had been out for almost 15 months. Now, before I reveal my favorite moment, you need to know I'm a hardcore PvPer. Arenas. Battlegrounds. Dueling. World PvP. If it involves me being engaged, or the potential for me to be engaged with the other faction's players... I'm so there. When I logged out, I was sporting the latest and greatest set (complete with trinkets, rings, libram, etc.) of PvP... from The Burning Crusade.You need to realize that by the time I log in, my gear had gone the way of the dinosaurs. Very few probably even remembered it, let alone recognized it. I'm out questing in Dragonblight, and sure enough I find myself engaged with a rogue 3 levels over me. My first thought "Finally the WoW gods have smiled on me.". When the rogue realizes she aren't killing me (maybe emoting "Hi! How are you? I'm good. Thanks for asking! BTW I'm wearing the last season of PvP gear in BC. R U?". Was a bad idea) they attempted to vanish. Knowing they most likely have now blown all their cooldowns I unless the full potential of my damage as a... Wait for it... A holy paladin. I continue questing (bleh). Sure enough the area is flooded with Alliance members from the rogues guild and I bubble hearthed out. Once at the inn, I logged out and went and did something else for the next 2 hours or more.BTW in cases like that (and they happened A LOT) was when I used bubbled. Otherwise it wasn't on my toolbar. It's not my fault I feel, that you attacked me and lost. Now I just log out wherever I'm, at as very few times does whoever just died not Rez with full vengeance of their guild that is on. LOL
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