My favorite WoW memory is from back in Vanilla. We were running Upper Blackrock Spire and were on our way to Rend. I lagged a little behind, picking up some loot. I turned a corner to see our Tank running past me and shouting "RUN!" in vent. A second later, the whole instance ran by chasing him. (For those that don't know, you had to jump down, and if a Hunter didn't dismiss their pet, the pet would run the long way and aggro the whole instance.) I fell over laughing.
Playing Russian Roulette on Thunder Bluff.You and your fellow contestants jump off and chug a Noggenfogger Elixir. The winner gets slow fall, the loser dies ;)
My favorite memory must be, as silly as it may sound, when I finally reached lv. 10 on my hunter and was able to aquire a pet.I had made a dozen of toons trying to find the class for me, and the hunter sounded right, but I couldn't figure out why I could never get a pet, looking at several mobs that I thought would look nice.After a bit of googling I figured out that you had to be level ten, and do a long quest chain, I immidiately started grinding mobs several levels lover than me, since I didn't know about the green/grey levels either.After about three days, I dinged level ten, and immidiately ran to the questgiver for the chain, and did it in excitement, and got my first pet!
my favorite wow moment was definitly my first level 60 i was so proud of my self so i went and got my gear for my warrior and got him into MC as fast as possible :D and i downed rag
My favorite memory is one that's probably shared by many, when I made my first character and started the game.It was a little before Burning Crusade was released, and I didn't even want to play it. A friend had just come over and installed it on my computer, told me to try it. I was instantly hooked. Honestly, I miss that initial feeling. I was this little Gnome running around the snow, having no idea what I'm doing and in awe of this gigantic world. Now I've moved to Horde and can fly from one end of a continent to the other in a matter of minutes, it's just not the same.
My favorite memory is definitely the first time I entered Molten Core. My guild needed a healer and asked me to come along. I was only level 59 at that point but still got the set helm from Garr. I was so happy and couldn't wait to level to 60 after the raid. Good times.. WoW was a lot less numbers and a lot more fun back then.
My favorite memory is me creating my (1st character) bald headed human warlock on Jaedenar server.Leveling him up doing my first quests in Elwyn ForestRunning away from Hogger and managing to accually kill it on the first try.But the best of em all would be the moment I caught up with my Dwarf Hunter friend at Eastern Westfall (shore) and I pulled out my beginners fishing pole and said "Ahhh, there is nothing like fishing :)" and on that moment a murlock (shouting: "Murgrgrgrgrgrgrgrrrr!") running (from the left side) right past us (vanishing somewhere to our right side)....these were our reactions for the past running murlock...O_O':):D'xD(Oh, the good old days).
This website helps me with every wow need since 3 years (2 years private servers, and 6 months on retail) and I wish u nothing but the best cz u keep on updating and improving urself. I respect that and Happy BirthdayMy Favorite Memory playing wow was reaching level 85 on my character on retail, I started on cataclysm with it, and I hate leveling very much that when I did hit lvl 85 I had finally the time to enjoy chill and relax :)
My favorite memory is using Wowhead to research all aspects of the Insane in the Membrane achievement.
A favourite memory. How can one even pick a favourite memory out of seven years of game time?Could it have been a raid boss kill? A moment of glory in a battleground? A particularly amusing death?No, of course not.It was seven years ago that i logged in to patch 0.6 and rolled a human warrior, the patchnotes making as much sense to newb me as dwarven runes would. I walked around a bit, i looked at the trees, i spun the camera around my character. I opened up my inventory and looked at all the empty slots (remember that you could have up to four trinkets in beta?). I took up my first quest and i walked over to thwack wolves over the head.I landed a hit, then another one. Then i used heroic strike. This is odd, i thought. I'm getting a completely unfamiliar vibe off of this world of warcraft combat system. It's almost as if it's.... fun? Engaging?And it was all uphill from there. That's my favourite memory.
My Favorite Memory was when i was a level 9 gnome warlock (First Char) and 3 people helped me get around We went into elwynn and had so much fun dueling killing monsters and such that was my favorite day in world of warcraft and i will never forget that one day
FINALLY hitting level 80. I just started playing after BC and my friends were already way up there. It took forever for me to solo to 80, but I did it.
My most favorite memory was when my brother introduced me to the game and we found out that a few of our friends were playing too!Now we play 3 times a week together doing 5mans and raiding in our guild! It's nice to be able to talk with good friends on a regular basis, instead of waiting to have a cookout or party.
The most memorable thing that happened to me so far in wow would be that my raid team finally managed to down Lich King in icc10 normal(i know it may not be a biggie to many but still..). To double that up, it was on the very last day before Cataclysm opens!.
I would have to say my favorite memory to date is when my old guild cleared MC for the first time. All hollering was vent almost made my ears bleed. It was a great time in WoW for me and many other. Also we had a mother one time during our MC runs call over vent and these were the exact words "AFK babys got a knife". I will never forget as the all time best AFK in WoW I have heard.
My favorite WoW moment is the first time clearing Karazhan. I was in a guild made up of real life friends and had been working on it for weeks. That was the first I felt a true sense of accomplishment.
My favorite moment was just our first Ragnaros kill. Stuff like that just doesn't seem to exist in WoW anymore, I mean, sure it's a big deal to kill a boss, but we're talking a ragtag group of 40 strangers all practicing to get past the first wave of fire elementals for a month or more at the time... it's a pretty huge deal when you think of all that time invested, and when you FINALLY see him go down... nothing can explain the rush you get. As dorky as it sounds it's definitely in some of the top moments of my life, it just feels like such a huge accomplishment what it happens.
Winning the fishing contest in STV for the first time; my heart started beating so fast when I was getting close to 40 fish!
Back to the times when we downed Lich King first time I suppose. After weeks of wiping all the time everything went OK...I think that the joy and that good feeling of success is my best memory.
My favorite memory would have to be getting my first epic flying mount. I was playing Alliance at the time (I ended up rerolling Horde) and TBC had been out only about a month. I had just started playing WoW two months prior so I was very much a noob. The server I play on (Fenris) was created just before TBC launched, so it was only a few months old at this time and there were very few max level people at the time, since this was way before BoA gear or reduced XP needed to level or any of the other stuff that's come over the years. Anyways, very few max level people and no one had any gold since there just hadn't been time to accumulate any. So no one (and I mean literally no one) had epic flying. I could count the number of people with regular flying on both hands on my server. So I saved up the 5k gold by grinding on blood elf mobs in SMV. I literally grinded out 5k gold by killing mobs and vending their loot, b/c I didn't know any other way to make gold. The AH was like an alien world to me. After weeks of grueling grind sessions, I bought my epic flyer and it was amazing feeling. It didn't happen right away, but eventually that experience led to me becoming a die hard mount collector. Nowadays I'm somewhere in the mid 130's and that's with no RL money spent. I could get the Sparkle Pony/Lion but it's just not the same rewarding feeling if I buy it outright. So here's to hoping for a rocket mount to add to my collection! Or a pet at least, I collect those too (sitting at 148 last time I checked). Cheers!