Sep 15th 2010 9:07AM Must get Path of Cenarius for my druid.
May 20th 2010 9:07AM Mine says that I played WoW a bit for the first couple of years. Not too much, as I would sometimes no play for a couple months and I played other games, but I would play it some of the time.
Then WotLK came out, and I played the Death Knight starting area. It was so awesome that I actually devoted enough time to level past 60 for the first time ever and eventually reach Northrend, and I have been a super-devoted World of Warcraft player ever since.
Apr 29th 2010 9:04AM I would use it to carry the coins from the Dalaran fountain without having to bother fishing them up.
And the music box that plays Lament of the Highborne.
Apr 27th 2010 9:12AM I'm not actually too worried about losing too much of these sort of quests. Blizzard is a company, and so they want to make money. If they get rid of epic and memorable quests, people enjoy the game less, and are more likely to leave, meaning Blizzard makes less money.
Plus, I'm sure some developer had as much fun making the quest as players have had playing it, and they would be sad to see it go. They might be improved - we might get the loose ends of Arko'narin cleared up - but I doubt it'll disappear.
Mar 30th 2010 9:09AM Can't think of a clever comment, so
Mar 25th 2010 9:06AM I started playing not long after WoW came out, but I wasn't particularly dedicated and I stink at leveling. So even though I started relatively early on, the first character I got about level 60 was a death knight.
Mar 19th 2010 9:15AM Of course I keep my music off!
Then I turn on my World of Warcraft iTunes playlist.
My favorite is probably either Invincible, Lament of the Highborne, Shaping of the World, or the Howling Fjord music. Arthas, My Son is pretty good too, as well as Mountains of Thunder, The Culling...
In fact, just about the only WoW music I don't like is the stuff that plays in Shimmering Flats and Tanaris.
Mar 12th 2010 9:19AM I'm not that much of a dog person; I prefer cat-
*distracted by puppy*