my favorite wow moment was the very first time i ever logged in. picking a race and class. thinking that this was going to be what i made it. the world was all at my feet, waiting for me to step on it. adventure awaits
My favorite memory would have to be exploring the world on my first character . It took me forever to level because I was so much more interested in experiencing everything than reaching max level. Now a few years later I'm really happy I did that, because it helped me out a lot and I also got to meet some really cool people in the process that I will never forget!
I had been farming the Raven Lord mount from Heroic Sethekk Halls for months and was on the verge of giving up. I usually have pretty terrible luck even with items that have a high drop rate, so it was starting to seem hopeless. I was waiting for a friend to pick me up to go to my birthday dinner and thought I'd log in real quick to give it one last shot. To my intense surprise, it dropped. Definitely my favorite present that year.
Killing Ragnaros in Vanilla-WoW the first time. All the crazy and joyfull screams of 40 people in Teamspeak where memorable!
My favorite memory of World of Warcraft is discovering the benefits of a proper talent tree and using proper spells from that back when I was leveling my first character. By going from having a hard time even killing solo mobs of equal level to it being much easier really boosted the amount of fun that World of Warcraft was as a whole.
Lol my favorite moment was whenever lich king just came out, and i was a level 30 pally, and this guy was trying to get to arathi highlands.. and i said. alright ill show you for 5g :) and we went to the entrence of arathi highlands (we walked not mounted lol) and then i thought.. hmm... i could trick this guy.. i said wait.. its been a while.. i went the wrong way.. its just a bit over to the right.. and i walked him up to the entrence of what used to be a field full of 60 elite dragons.. (grim batol) lol.. and i said yeah. just go that way and ull be there :) hes all like "Thx man.. i really needed someone to show me" im like np.. i hearthed out, and then 5 minutes later he's like NIGGUH, WHAT THE HELL.. i never laughed so hard in my life... XD :)
A favorite memory of the Forsaken one...It was a cold day. Blood covering my sword was freezing. We were surrounded by a terrible silence and an army of my thoughts was fighting in my head. Finally we reached a monumental symbol of reign of death and we saw him... The Lich King on the Frozen Throne. I charged with bloodlust and the battle began... Look at this scar! The Frostmourne destroyed my armor and wounded me deeply. It was terrible pain!Fight was long and bloody but only one person lost her life - the Lich King. When he was falling his runeblade shattered releasing hundreds of souls. The spirits vanished slowly like a fog on the windy day. It was over!It was a cold day... cold day of vengeance and justice.
My favorite memory of WoW is when after our weekly 40 man MC raid in vanilla, my Horde guild decided to dececrate the Anvil in IF. Our entire guild stormed IF and our MT actually crafted some low lvl bracers on the anvil in the center of IF. Those bracers are still in the GB today on a protected tab.
My favorite moment of WoW was when i went horde with a couple of friends of mine and made a guild there. My favorite moment within this guild was when we began raiding with just a group of friends, even if we wern't successful. I felt it was exciting.
My favorite moment in WoW would have to be the time that I've spent with some old friends finding every map glitch we could during BC. Getting under Org and Stormwind, finding the landing strip by IF. Just finding every little thing wall we could hump to see if we could go out of the games regular perimeters.
The first time playing I took the zepp to Northrend and was dead in 1.5 seconds and I did not even leave the hold, killed on the home turf. Now I just watch and laugh when someone else gets on that zepp and they are level 20.
My favorite WoW moment was when I tamed King Krush on mu hunter. My 6-yr old son had developed a fascination with him and kept going to Sholazar to look for him. One morning, I got up early and went to Sholazar. After a couple of hours, Krush spawned. I tamed the green dino and then logged off. Later, after my son was awake, I asked him to log in. On the character selection screen, there stood my hunter and his green dino. My son went crazy with excitement. I then let him log in and name him (GreenKrush). To this day, I am the greatest hunter ever to my son.
The best moment for me was way back in the day, the release of PVP. I was a fresh lvl 40 paladin, having just obtained my Warhorse, and my guild (and pretty much all of Ironforge) made the first assault on the Crossroads. If memory serves, that was the first moment I had set foot on the continent of Kalimdor, so it was a new world all over again. We descended upon the unsuspecting Horde and lo, the instant one name went from yellow to red, carnage approaching apocalyptic standards occurred. Bugs, screen tearing, frustration, cries of anguish, imbalance of shamans vs paladins and all, the first day of PVP was a glorious day that will echo in my favored WOW memories.
My favorite moment was when I returned to WoW after a long break shortly before Wrath was released, some old guildies of mine helped me level and ran me through every dungeon several times until the gear I wanted dropped (including mounts and other rare drops in outland), they payed for my riding skill and mounts, and crafted anything else I could possibly need, and generally just kept me company as I re-explored the world of warcraft - overall they were amazing and they really reignited my passion for a game I loved. Today the guild no longer exists and only a few of us are still playing but we all remember the tight bond we used to have as a guild and as friends.And we all like to do daily good deeds and carry on the tradition. Like helping out new players, it's amazing how far a little kindness goes, 50g and some bags that costs peanuts for me (especially if you craft them yourself) can make life so much easier if you're new to the game. Or a little direction, a guided tour of the local capital, a lift on a two man mount, or simply answering questions and showing kindness.
My favourite moment in WOW was one of my first. A friend had been playing in closed beta, and once I got into the open beta I met her in game. She gave me some money, and told me that I needed to spend it on a gryphon flight. As a level 5 with no money that seemed a big waste of money to me, but I obediently hopped on the bird from Stormwind to Ironforge.My jaw actually dropped during the flight. Seeing all this fantastic, gorgeous scenery as I flew over it made me realise just how big the world was. I will never forget approaching the entrance to Ironforge, and seeing how huge the front gates were! And almost ducking as the gryphon took its route through the higher parts of IF. I landed and all I wanted to do was to take the flight again! Definitely the best money I have spent in game, and the moment I fell head over heels in love with World of Warcraft! :)
My favorite WoW moment was wiping on the original Lord Kazzak at 1%. Everybody on Teamspeak went wild laughing and yelling. We weren't upset, we thought it was awesome. I just so happened to recorded the wipe on fraps. I uploaded the video on Youtube and almost 500,000 people have also shared the epic moment with us. It proves that its not all about getting loot and progressing. Its about having fun with friends. It's a rare thing these days to have something like that happen, and I'm glad I was able to share the moment with so many people.Its very hard to pick just one as there are so many. I've been playing since release and I've had so many great WoW moments. But that one takes the cake.
My favorite memory was taking down Illidan, I have always been a huge fan of BC. Mainly because of all the epic gear, the huge shield is my favorite. Taking down Illidan was my favorite because there was a very scarce chance of getting a Legendary weapon, I was anxious to get it. I wanted something I could show off and like sit on the mailbox in Orgrimmar to show it off.
I remember it clearly, it was 6 year ago, me and a very good friend where deciding if we should buy or not WoW. We ended up playing on a hacked server that he was hosting. I immediatly created a undead mage and killed the first rat that i saw and finding a epic L54 cloth chest piece. Ah hacked server has very mixed up stuff. But the real memory was me and him travelled all the way from lodareron to stormwind by swimming. took us like 4 hours back then. Everything was new and everything was trying to kill us at repetition. We were only L10 and there were like mighty L24 crocodile all over the place. Was funny and epic just how big the World was. Then once we reached The Wetland. There was such a big ''coding'' error or whatever it was. There was litteraly onyxia comming out of the floor and killing us multiple time. Then we soul rez a lot of time. After that very long and entertaining trip we decided to buy WoW, We are still playing and also very fan of the Tcg. Keep up to good work blizz!
There are many moments over the years but my first was after playing for several weeks my friends invited me to go into my first instance (Wailing Caverns). All the toons met at Crossroads and my friends started laughing at me. After literally an hour, they had me properly geared. The sad part, I thought I had great gear - all grey and white. Boy was I NOOB however, that is what got me hooked - that this game was much more than a cool video game.
My favorite moment would have to be when i won the Raven Lord mount. I love mounts and companions so i try for them all. The Raven Lord has always been the number one mount that i wanted. I'm a druid so it was just a have to get. After a year and a half I almost gave up and then it dropped! I was spamming party chat with yays and woos! It actually brought some tears to my eyes, but hey, I waited a year and a half for that mount! My friends and I partied in stormwind for a hour afterward. Mind you these friends were probably just as happy as I was seeing as they had promised to farm the mount with me and they were starting to hate Sethekk Halls as much as I did! Best moment ever!