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10-21-2010 @ 11:56AM
Started with the first opening cinematic. Wow.First gryphon ride.Getting lost in Stormwind. I'd never played a MMO with a city so big.Coming up from Kharanos and looking up to see Ironforge.Looking out over the Stonewrought Dam.First time seeing Orgrimmar.First time seeing the sun rise over Thunder Bluff.Paladin charger quest.Druid epic flight form quest.The music and ambiance of Karazhan. (datamined those audio files out to the iPod)Pamela Redpath.Sully Balloo.The Blackrock Depths entire Marshall Windsor/Onyxia/Lady Prestor storyline. That RP walk into SW is still a sentimental favorite.The numerous tragic stories in Duskwood.The torched city of Stratholme. (and then seeing it whole in the CoT culling quest)Going into Black Rock Mountain and seeing the statues, chains, and circling dragons.First time in Alterac Valley battleground.Ragnaros rising (and falling).Coming around the corner and seeing Aerie Peak for the first time.First time in ZG (before troll instances became repetitive).Walking through the Dark Portal.First enemy city raid.First flight on my own flying mount (druid flight at 68, baby) and going EVERYWHERE in Outland.The music and boat ride into Howling Fjord.The Wrathgate storyline and cinematic.Literally saving the world at the end of Ulduar.Finally downing Arthas.So many many more - my screenshot folders are huge (and backed up so I don't lose anything)
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