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the most epic drop was an eroded mail armor that gliched out and had 15850 armor
The most epic loot i have ever recieved would probably be Staff of Trickery. It helps out a lot for druids.
How about some Epic moments? I got one.When the Halloween event was happening I was doing them everyday hoping for the horse to drop. Unfortunately the mount never did drop but I did have some fun. As any alliance who did the Halloween event the horde where ganking left and right. I am a druid so I was ok with stealth but one time a rogue found me and attacked me along with his pally buddy. I'm resto so I'm used to running, course the pally uses his judgment and I just cant seem to get away from him. After a minute or so of trying to run away I start to notice the rogue has low health. I end up just dominating him, I then proceed to kill the pally. He was getting low on mana at that time and I killed him also. Although I'm sure a lot of people get this, I'm a resto druid, I have trouble killing the critters around Azeroth so of course I was doing the /g bragging thing for a little while after that.
So I was in BWL with one of my old guilds on the sever Turalyon. We had just downed Nefarian. The guild I was in used free loot for the bosses so I went over to Nefarian to take a peek at the nice lewtz that he dropped. Low and behold he dropped Ashkandi, Greatsword of the Brotherhood. At the time it was the best sword in the game. Needless to say I was incredibly excited. I was a recruit at the time so I didn't have any dibs on it unless the members passed. Apparently none of the members needed it however there was another warrior recruit like myself. He wanted it as badly as I - So because we were both recruits it was down to a /roll .I was kind of disappointed that It would come down to a roll (I had the worst luck with rolling). He rolled first, I was hit with a wave of epic depression at the sight of his roll. He had rolled a 97. Everyone was pretty much congratulating him on the item, he was more excited than you could imagine. I pretty much accepted defeat but decided to give it a roll just because. What happens next resulted in plenty of laughter and ruckus. I had rolled a 99. Everyone was going crazy on vent - and the other warrior recruit was freaking out in raid chat. I was so excited I was shaking - and went over to Nef and picked it up. Ugh. It still makes me smile thinking about it. Man that other warrior must've been crying IRL.