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12-01-2011 @ 6:01AM
My first real memory of wow is actually after I started playing for the second time. I'd been totally bored the first time, and gave up after a few re-rolls. I'd expected the game to be like diablo, and was sorely disappointed. A few months later I'd moved to a new town, and both my roommates played wow. I got my gf back home to send me my game discs, and started playing with them. They were European, had just moved to australia, and we're re-rolling on oceanic servers. They'd been playing for awhile, and had raiding rooms, but we all started from scratch. They both rolled blood elves, and i rolled a tauren, so we didn't level together at first, but i vividly remember meeting up with them in the barrens, so we could head up and run BFD. While we were walking through ashenvale, a high level alliance toon jumped us! We spent ages essentially playing hide and seek from this guy, because we had no chance of fighting. We'd run, and hide, and he'd find us and we'd run again, all the while yelling and laughing as we sat together at our kitchen table. I've moved again, and i don't speak to those guys anymore, but it's still a very fond memory for me.
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