;)) I allready meet my tank, my loved one true WOW, he is sleeping in my bed at this moment I writte this message. We have been togheter for 3 year at 24.02.14. He Stole my heart the first time he killed me in a pvp run. .. when I think on it he still have my heart ;)
One of my good friends is a guildee. Turns out, she doesn't live far from me and I even got the chance to stay the weekend with her!
Long ago when I first started playing WoW one person I hung around with was our raid leader. When he saw that most of the guild wasn't interested in raiding he broke off and created his own guild (which the few regular raiders went with him) We were able to get a great core group and downed many bosses while the content was actually current. And to this day we have remained good friends (through Real ID) even though we don't get to hang around much in Azeroth any longer due to work schedules and such.
I'd agree with some of the comments on here. It's too hard just to pick one moment when there's so many good ones. I've played since BC and there's been a ton of great friends that've come and gone.
They got drunk once at New Year's? Don't judge people too harshly, there's worse things in life than getting drunk every now and again.
Back in cataclysm I was doing random dungeons with a level 40ish, and one of the members started to troll around a little bit in front of the group since he got a bit bored, I joined him on it and since then we have been great friends outside of the game :)
I met a friend through a another mutual friend after I changed servers and didn't really know anyone in my new guild. She was very friendly and we would talk for hours just sitting around in Org or the Shrine. We would, and still, run older content just for laughs and make funny challenges for each other raiding gets old. Finally got that Ashes of Alar for her, too. We've talked several times about meeting in real life, the biggest problem being that she lives in Canada and I live in California. We talked about meeting at this year's Blizzcon, if I can get my funds in order. And this may be the only time we will ever meet, due to health issues on one side. But, really, if I could get one thing out of WoW, it would be to finally meet this awesome friend I found online.
I started playing with MoP when two of my IRL friends who had been playing for a long time (one of them since Vanilla) talked me into it after I found myself with a lot of spare time after separating from my wife. They introduced me to a few of their friends, but one in particular, our guild master, whom we call Black, has become my friend independently. He and I had some common ground in that he was divorced as well, and we liked similar things in game. We became Real ID friends and do a lot of PvE content together, he and the rest of the guild feel like family to me now, and are a big part of why I keep playing the game.
Even though my friendship with a certain someone just started last summer, we've been having our own shenanigans in old raids, new raids, pvp and the like. The kind of person that would be great fun to share a few drinks with if I ever met him. We actually came extremely close to meeting but unfortunate circumstances didn't allow it.
My guild is a very small and tight knit group, we a lot of us have been gaming together since 2005. A few of us all live within driving distance of each other so every now and then we like to get together and catch up.
In late 2005 I joined a guild in WoW after leaving the guild my then ex was in, and met a lot of really great people. One guy in particular I became very good friends with. We didn't live terribly far from one another, but far enough that for a while we didn't consider it conceivable to actually meet up and hang out. In 2009 that changed, as he moved to be closer to family that only left him a few hours away. He drove up one weekend to visit (my birthday) and we've been inseparable ever since - we got married in 2011. I definitely would not have met him any other way, and my life would not be as enjoyable and fulfilled without his goofy self ensuring that no moment of my day can be considered dull. :)
I have met many wonderful people through W.O.W. since I started playing in 2004.Most on my EU account and some in the US.There are two especially that I've known since 2005 that live in England that are close friends.Love all my online W.O.W friends!
In my guild we're with a small group of 7-8 persons who've been togheter for almost 2 years now and we are all really good friends. We're a little online family :) and thanks to these persons I'm having the best wow experience ever.
Not very long after a good friend brought me to WoW, he also brought me to a guildmeeting. At this guildmeet i met the love of my life. Happily together ever since and still playing WoW together <3
After returning to Wow after a few years I soon fell in love, with Wowhead! I can has presents now? :p
I really got hooked into WoW with the release of Wrath. Totally fell in love with the Death Knight! Once I hit 80 I was ready for rep runs through Icc. I joined a group and was immediately kicked because I didn't have the correct gems. :( Then this player another DK whispered me and he started his own rep run. Bas is 10 years my junior and fine as hell! He lives in Australia and we've always had this flirty thing going. Would love to meet him someday.
I met someone that i later met irl and we decided to date. He is my ex bf now tho. But it was fun while it lasted. And right now i have a really good friend i have been talking with for about a year. Don't think ill ever meet him tho. But we can be good friends without meeting :)
Over the years I have met and made dozens of good friends in WoW many of them lasting from BC all the way to now. Across every age group and of both genders I have made many lifelong friends who I wouldnt trade for anything.
I just started playing a little under a year ago. This weird guy started following me, until I stopped and just yelled at him "What do you want!" We talked for a bit, and we just started questing together for a few months. We skyped little while and we decided to meet in person, long story short, we were married in october! Now we're putting together our WoW wedding ;)
I have had friendships start about as simply as possible. When I first started playing, I joined a casual leveling guild of friends as well as just random people. By getting involved with running old content with the guild and things like that we would just play together more. It has been three years and many of these friends have gone onto other things but I do still talk to a few on a daily basis. It's nice to have friends you can talk to about the game/ whatever even though you have gotten into different aspects of the game.