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My favorite WoW memory is finishing off "What a Long, Strange Trip It's Been". I planned it out and also got another 8 achievements at the same time! It was like the finale of a fireworks show... except with achievements instead of pyrotechnics.
My favorite WoW moment is when I first hit max level on a toon. I had worked on a few characters, never getting them to max level. Then I found a toon and guild I had a blast with and before I knew it I was 70 and ready to experience a new world of end game content!
My favorite memory was when blizzard had to deal with Casino's in vanilla. Also on Warsong when an extremely rich guild full of level 1's, Black Market, took over the alliance auction house.
My favorite WoW memory was when I was running molten core for the first time. Coming into the huge raid was amazing, two huge molten giants standing in front of the path. Fighting ragnaros was also amazing him bursting from the ground with epic music playing the knock back he did and little lava spawns coming from all directions!
I was just fishing like i love to do in Grizzly Hills at lvl 80, which was the highest lvl at the time. It was late and i was fishing, i was about to go to bed but something told me to do just one more pool, when i did i got my long awaited Sea turtle mount!
First Rag kill. Didn't matter that it was nowhere near a server first :)
My Favourite memory of world of warcraft was when I took my first steps with my paladin into Outland, It was amazingly big and just the planets and sky were breathtaking.
I think my favorite moment was when 40 of us would gather up to attack XR. It was great seeing Sergra run out and decimate people or infernals get loose. Then the horde would pile up and we would just be battling right at the entrance, never really getting in. World PVP doesn't feel the same anymore.
I do have to say i think my favorite memory was way back in the classic when i finally got in a raiding guild and made my first visit to Molten Core, seeing Ragnaros was absolutely epic in the most epic way it can be. I was overwhelmed with awe and a chill ran down my spine.