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11-24-2011 @ 6:31PM
I remember:- The guy who tried to rip me off by charging me for the Vanilla CE without sending it to me. Thanks to consumer protection, that didn't work out well for him, and I found another CE from a nice vendor who dropped it at the courier office after he closed for the day, just so I would have it the next day.- "Alliance-side: My human paladin graduated out of Northshire and started down the road to Goldshire, and that little road just seemed sooooo long. And then I came around the big curve in the road and Goldshire came into sight, all lit up with Winter Veil lights (I'd had no idea there was a holiday going on)." This. That long path down, and the houses glimpsed through the trees. It was awesome. When I finished Elwynn and thought "well, that place is big", I then got the quest to head into Westfall. I remember crossing that bridge and looking out over the sun-scorched, barren plans and thinking "wow... this is... huge!"- Falling in love with http://www.wowhead.com/item=1975 and getting a loan of 10 gold to buy it. I didn't know anything about the spirit, or the uselessness of the stats. I just wanted it - it was BLUE! (and apparently the spirit is now str. used to be like 13spr or something.)- Having an orc player shadow me as I crossed through the barrens on my way to Teldrassil (I didn't know there was a boat direct to there). It freaked me out, even though I was on a PVE server.- Being crushed that my beta paladin would be deleted before the proper game came out. :/- Seeing guild mates in "Eastern Plaguelands" and being really freaked out by the name.- Getting a http://www.wowhead.com/item=7730 (back when it was a higher level) and thinking that nothing could stop my little paladin. Until I wanted to raid and I was told to heal. I hate healing.
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