I did recruit a friend with my 2 roomates at the beginning of WotlK. Best 2 months ever. we rocked it :-)
my most epic time was when i 1st hit level 60 an i dident really know anyone a guild master started talking to me cuz we was in wsg an he asked me to join his guild n offered to gear me up n get me raiding i was over joyed i was kinda the guild masters lil pet at the tym but we all started raiding molten core endless wipes untill we downed ragnaros for the 1st tym i almost flipped my chair jumping up for joy the old days of wow was truely epic every one on ur realme use to help each other out bring back the old days. </3
My favourite memory of WoW is on the Outland map Nagrand.There i am, level 68, sat in a guild of people level 70 doing Kara runs and boasting the new gear they are finding. Jealous? Absolutely.Thats when i decided im not leaving the computer until i hit 70 and can at least join them! for the next 52 hours i sat playing without sleep to get to 70, so tired was i, that i fell asleep while still pressing the W key until i ran off the edge of Nagrand... 7 times!However, i got to 70 by the end of it! So i get a big grats off my guild and go to bed. When i wake up, theres been a mass argument and the guild leader has disbanded the guild! Still never done all of kara... :( Good times though :
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My favorite moment in WoW is when I (recently) killed Jin'do in Zul'Gurub for the first time.Our group had wiped nearly 20 times just to kill Jin'do. And when we finally took him down, he dropped his epic-quality bow, which I really wanted and needed.My elation was the roof! Hopefully, I'll have many more experiences such as this one (preferably without so many wipes).
my favorite memory is probably when I Logged in for christmas and had been given the sparkle pony (celestial steed) mount by my fiance. that or getting the jenkins title (with the help of another guildie), just cause it was fun to do.
The best memory is definitely first logging in and standing in awe with my undead warlock, experiencing the game first hand, after watching all those WoW videos for almost a year.
my favorite memory was leveling my first toon a priest while my step son leveled his first toon a pally. Every time we played together he would always ask can we kill lich king and i would have to tell him we have to get to 80 before we can do that. After that was settled we would start questing and he would always run into a huge mob and aggro like every mob he could see and he would try to tank them. Never the less every time he would kill us both which would ultimately be my fault for not healing him fast enough. He would constantly remind me that my job was to heal him (not myself) because i was a priest and his job was to kill everything. Needless to say, we didn't get alot of quests done very fast.Eventually he would give up on questing with me and he would go pvp. One time we were in a battleground together and i looked up from my computer proudly to tell him that i finally got my first kill in a battleground. He then instantly responded with "you only killed one. i have killed like 20 in the time i took you to kill 1. so fail." I shook my head and laughed.WOW provided me a way to connect with my 10 year old step son so i could start to build a relationship with him.Happy Questing!
Without shadow of a doubt, completing the final part of the AQ quest chain with only hours to go before maintenance was to take the entire experience away forever has to be my number one. Never have I felt such an overwhelming sense of joy and disbelief that I'd even get it done at all. From the moment I heard about the quest I was determined to experience it for myself, every part of that chain was a real adventure. I only wish I could have experienced it for real back in the day when it was a billion times harder and a REAL accomplishment.The sheer amount of time, effort and teamwork to get it all together (even at 80) is a real achievement for me and testament to how huge WoW is.
My favorite time in WoW was when I finally convinced my wife to start playing.She's not really into raiding, but she likes to do dungeons and dailies so we still have a good time together!
My fav. moment is when me and my friends thought this one raid was a dungeon. So we went in and at first we where doing ok. But whene we got into this one room there was a swarm of them and we got killed. We where unable to even get to our body's from them killing us every time. And we didnnt want rez sickness. :\ (funny day)
My favorite memory was my first guild gathering at the midnight release of Burning Crusade. We met in the cold and the rushed home to play all night and well into the next day. It's a tradition that will live as long as WOW does (and prolly into Diablo 3 as well).
Going in Stranglethorn Vale as a level 39 shammy orc with my crumby ghost wolf. And just grinding my way to level 40 (I dont recommend that). Took me about an hour then i leveled and i danced and ran around my house literally... Kinda sad. I was the happies person in the World, of warcraft. lol