Back in January of 2013 -- nearly two years ago now -- my rogue alt became my main. Part of the transition process involved sifting through the dusty depths of that character's bank, discovering treasures (and trash) long forgotten. I documented the process
back then and, while my main isn't changing, I've decided to document the process once more while I go through banks in preparation for Warlords of Draenor
. Today, my paladin is up to bat.
My history with my paladin is complicated. Though my priest was my main for most of my raiding career, the paladin was my favored alt -- if not my favored character altogether. There simply wasn't a need for more paladins in my raid, so I avoided pulling the trigger and changing mains until mid-Wrath of the Lich King
, where the raid was willing and able to accommodate a paladin. I continued investing significant time into my paladin throughout those years, however, and accrued a whole bunch of stuff. Back in the day, I loved the lore and flavor of the paladin and its numerous class quests -- while playing that class, it felt like I was playing someone truly special in the world of Azeroth. As such, I attached a great deal of sentimental value to the many class quest rewards. Verigan's Fist
still holds a place in my collection, now moved into void storage. I also discovered I still possess a Holy Mightstone
, a secondary reward for the old level 50 class quest, which I meant to use on the Lich King when I first met him in battle. Given my paladin has Shadowmourne
, it's safe to say I forgot to use it. At this point, I never will, but I'm keeping that Mightstone anyway.
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Filed under: Analysis / Opinion, Warlords of Draenor