"LFG 45 Baron"
"ffs ganked by scarlet courier"
Waiting outside the actual Battleground Instances to queue up. Man, so many people at Silverwing Hold. It feels strange riding up there now and it just being dead.
Considering A)It's not on Earth and B)The Alliance no longer owns it, nor is the zone even relevant anymore, you're right.Originally Posted by Solia
I think the single best one has to be the gold lol. Getting the obscene amounts for your epic mount was an achievement in itself. Outside of getting massive guild help for my epic mount, I don't think I ever saw more than 1k in the entirety of Vanilla. BC was a different story, we were ALL suddenly rolling in gold!
You're a Vanilla player if you cried when you replaced your T2/T3 raiding epics with BC greens before you even hit 61 >.>
Killed almost everything in vanilla, if was great at the time but the only thing memorable (positive anyways, tons of grindy negaitves) was after months and months spending every single copper piece I'd save for a looong ass time and getting on that badass dreadsteed for the first time.
If you saw the Leeroy video when it first came out and thought those players were great.
If you still avoid Hillsbrad while leveling an alt out of habit.
Drakedog the warlock pvp master
having riding enchant on gloves, mithril spurs on boots, and carrot on a stick for faster moving in PVP
Engineer trinkets that reflect a certain school of magic like frost or fire
using noggenfogger to jump from the giant tree to darkshore
climbing the mountains behind kargath to get underneath stormwind
If you remember barrens chat or mankirks wife or remember the paladins during molten core who had to give buffs all raid long.
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'T Vlaamse heir staat immer pal, Daar 't winnen of daar 't sterven zal. Alhier, Aldaar aan lange lansen de leeuwen dansen, de leeuwen dansen.... En de leeuwen dansen, de leeuwen dansen.
I know most of these "You know' things, and I started at the end of LK..
And some of the stuff here still existed pre 4.0.1, and still some in cata.
http://us.battle.net/wow/en/characte...tknight/simple - Retired ( miss my ret paladin )
http://us.battle.net/wow/en/characte...hostx/advanced - alt
http://us.battle.net/wow/en/characte...nknight/simple - Monks are OP ! ( new main )
When warriors had to "stance dance" fears on onyxia/neff.
Farming encrypted twilight texts and cultist gear in Silithus to pay for your epic mount, and after you're done realizing you too wanted exalted with the Cenarion circle for the AQ20 mace.
You played Vanilla if you admit it was a terrible game and you feel you wasted your time on it, and you lay awake at night wishing you'd just played when TBC came out instead.
Also you keep mistaking everything for Molten Core scenery.
It will never go away.
You remember Naxxramas as 40-man endgame content.
Furries start out wanting to be an animal because it sounds like an exciting, romantic, magical thing to be, like in fairytales. But then they end up wanting to be a ferocious wild animal so they could tear the faces off all the people who laughed at them for wanting to be an animal. This is why so many furries identify themselves as wolves, foxes, tigers, or dragons.
well UBRS was a 15m dungeon. I still remember queuing for that.
The old "best way" was ppl with pvp titles but as they brought those back... I guess checking WHEN someone got a pvp title. If it's from the date of the achievements patch they're likely vanilla
Originally Posted by BoubouilleOriginally Posted by xxAkirhaxx
You played vanilla if you remember when tanking actually involved player skill.
You played vanilla if you remember when Sap pulled the Rogue out of stealth and it was a race to pick up the mobs before they splattered the Rogue all over the walls.
You played vanilla if you remember the original Badass Warrior Weapon was Blackhand Doomsaw, not some pussy "arcanite reaper" bullshit.
You played vanilla if you remember a time when you could tell some uppity little Paladin to "shut the fuck up and heal me," and they'd say okay instead of raging about the Blizzard bourgeoisie trying to keep the hard working Ret Paladin down.
It is impossible for a tear of sadness to land on a Warrior Beard. As soon as the tear lands on the Warrior Beard, it is now a happy tear.5:10 AM - Everything Nice: PizzaSHARK, you're my stand in! You're promoted to like.. Semi-bestfriend.
Another thing, I'll never forget dueling in Ironforge by using the little pillar trick to challenge. I don't remember when they fixed it, but it made me so sad.
Hey, remember when I dropped my keys and you thought the phone was ringing?
Did Somebody Order a Knuckle Sandwich?
When blessing of salvation was the BEST buff ever for a DPS.