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11-24-2011 @ 9:59PM
My first memories of WoW in order:Sitting at the character creation screen, deciding on what I wanted to play. I already knew I wanted to be a warrior, and I already knew that I wanted to be on the alliance. My thought process was as suchHuman - Too generic, and too popular! Every one is going to be a human warrior!Dwarf - Really awesome, but every one is going to think it's awesome! Too popular.Gnome - Silly, and I doubt many people will play it, but I don't want to be silly.Night Elf - HAHA1 LOOK AT THIS! I bet NO ONE will ever play a night elf warrior - hell yeah I'm going to be really unique.After creating my night elf warrior I did some quests, but came to the grand conclusion that "man, doing these quests is kind of cool, but I could just totally keep killing these guys over and over again, and get experience!".followed by a lust of desperately wanting money to buy some sword, so I began to harass other new players saying "HEY, I'LL THROW MY SELF OFF THE TOP OF THIS TREE FOR COPPER!".After that I remember doing the quest for the Demon, and after completing going into a panic thinking "NO, NOW THE NIGHT ELVES WILL HATE ME! WHAT HAVE I DONE?!". Eventually there was concern of ever getting out of this area and getting to new content, while mind you I was still grinding mobs and rarely doing any quests.But the grandest memory I have, is finally getting off the little night elf boat and thinking to my self "Wow...it will take me months, no, years to explore this entire world! It's so huge!".note:I still thought I was the super unique only night elf warrior on my server up until I finally arrived in Ironforge, and saw droves of other night elf warriors.
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