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1-31-2011 @ 8:04AM
Baron Geddon in Hyjal, still feel stupid for that haha.
1-31-2011 @ 8:57AM
My first death was caused by greed trying to get to a obsidian node that I could not reach in Hyjal only to slip into the world and fall until a sudden stop caused my death.
1-31-2011 @ 9:42AM
What I like is how anyone who raided MC back in Vanilla would go "Oh hey! Geddon! Wow, this is a trip down memory lane....hey...what's hitting me? Oh.......right......"He had a ring of bodies around him and several somewhat sheepish people moving back and forth out of the AoE while a new wave of people would walk up and say "Oh hey! Geddon! Wow! This is a trip...."And yes, I was one of those.
1-31-2011 @ 9:52AM
1-31-2011 @ 10:18AM
Fire? It's fine, I'll use Cloak of Shadows!...what do you mean he spends longer than five seconds casti-...ambulance please.
1-31-2011 @ 10:45AM
Me too. >.> I just stood there casting, like an idiot. Oh, I'm getting hurt? I'll just put up my armor and......FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU.
1-31-2011 @ 11:09AM
Wow, just read this first page of threads. Glad to see I'm not alone. Baron Geddon was my first corpse run, as well. I couldn't decide if I was expected to move or if the quest would save me just in time, as part of the mechanic. That question was answered soon enough. However, I got credit for the quest, just as I died, even though the counter was only up to 18 out of 20.Needless to say, I did it correctly on my next alt, and survived with plenty of life to spare.
1-31-2011 @ 12:59PM
Geddon. Indeed. And more than once, I am sad to say :-D
1-31-2011 @ 8:45PM
Yup, the Baron got me as well... 2-shot me in my old, crappy WotLK gear.
2-01-2011 @ 11:51AM
Same here. I like to tell myself it was because I couldn't see the hellfire amidst all the throngs of players on day 1, but it was stupid. It was much stupider by the third death or so.
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