The Head of Nefarian had been going for hundreds of DKP since our first kill, and I was a welfare third-string mediocre sub-tank: never getting anything as an MT was handed, and still needing DPS gear to feel useful on fights that didn't need me and play solo after the fact. As a result my DKP always scraped the bottom of the barrel, but damn did I want the ring. So each week my pitiful bids went in - 40s and 50s, whatever I'd scraped together from my loyal attendance and meager standings. Until one week.Grats Kalisae on the , 33 DKP.And the cry that followed on vent -"Wait, I thought we were bidding on Neltharion's Tear?"My warrior still wears her Master Dragonslayer's Ring, symbolic of both individual triumph and the forgetfulness of man. :<
Ancient Coin, from a Bag of Fishing Treasures. Most expensive gray item in the game!
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My most epic loot was pre-tbc, in Zul'Gurub. We had killd Venoxis and Jeklik but still no loot for me. Then, when we killd Bloodlord Mandokir after some wipes the Primal Hakkari Aegis dropped for my Nigth elf rogue. As the noob i were at the time, i didnt know that you needed to be revered with Zandalar. So i started biding with my DKP over a other rogue and at the end won it. The felling of having a epic was wounderful, untill i realized that i had to get from friendly to revered. And, in the end my guild dispanned when i was 11000/12000 honored.