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A realy epic drop for me was the Brewfest Kodo.I wanted to get the Ram too but I kept loosing the rolls :/
Well, a few months ago I spent 9 hours farming for a Tiny Crimson Whelping in the wetlands. I spend many hours just listen to music, talking over chat, etc. Then, at long last, I got it! I cheered over chat! I yelled in guild! I told everyone in general chat of the wetlands! I was so happy! That, by far, was the most epic thing i have every looted.
Oh that's easy: Serpent-coiled Braid.As a crit fire mage at the time and now a frostfire bolt mage, this trinket is still useful for me at 80 in most situations.
My most "epic" loot was in the old days haha. I had finally leveled my first character to level 40 and made the great run to go get my mount. Then of course realizing that the Carrot on a Stick was available so starting the epic adventure to achieve that and weeks later finally having it drop and completing the quest for it.
One of the most epic drops I got was the Assassin's Dagger from Shadowfang Keep. I farmed it after countless runs on my main warrior, and used it as the centerpiece for my twink rogue back when the bg's were most fun, before cross-realm battlegrounds. Good old fashioned dirty fighting was the way the wars were won back then, too bad that's a shadowy and distant past of what pvp used to be...
Apparently my Azure Whelpling wasn't epic enough to win me the loot card ;)Another epic moment for me was encountering the rare green drake, Jade, on my second or third trip into Sunken Temple. I have a thing for hunting rare NPCs, but I hadn't even heard of this one when I happened by him. Because players entering the temple inevitably cross his spawn point, this dragon is very hard to find. In all my subsequent journeys into the Sunken Temple, I have never seen him again. I would probably still be searching for him today had it not been for that chance encounter.
My "epic" loot drop/moment/whatever would have to be the first time I did Karazhan with my guild. I started playing WoW late, and my mage was only 58 when Burning Crusade released, so I never did old-world raids. After reaching 70 and getting into the raid scene with my friends, the Harbinger Bands dropped one night and I won the roll. This being the first "omg purplz" I had ever received, it was more than a little exciting (we were all there at one point). I doubt I'll ever forget that, as it was my first taste of the "top gear" content in WoW, though the experience with my friends will always remain more important than loot.And that's my epic moment.