- When resistance gear mattered and you had to farm it
- When mages had to manually conjure food/drinks for 40 people before raid. Took ages
You played Vanilla if you come on the forums and pine for a vanilla server, which sounds like an awesome ideal until you actually go back and experience it. Nostalgia can really kick a dude in the ass. Loved the Transformers cartoons in the 80's? Yeah, just try to watch a full episode without stabbing your sensory organs out.
One shotting 3 mages w/ 1 multishot in AV.
Ah, being full T3 fighting green geared 60s. Those were the days.
"There are two types of guys in this world. Guys who sniff their fingers after scratching their balls, and dirty fucking liars." -StylesClashv3
"Elo Hell is where the Ego is greater than the Elo." -Bystekhilcar
-When PvE gear dominated PvP
-When They whined about how near useless druids were besides healing (and other classes with useless specs)
-When PvP was broken in certain patches
-If you remember Cpt.Placeholder (But thats more beta)
-Certain achievements(But most of you probably know that)
+ when you had to farm onyxia cloak for 40 people before killing Nefarian
Training weapon skills.....
My god i remember slapping stuff for hours before the skills finally went up a bit.
But i think this also was in beginning tbc.
4 day+ long Alterac Valleys
Keeping a kite path clear in Winterspring for Hunter's doing Bow quest.
Ice Lord in AV + Wolf Riders to Frost Dagger Pass + Trolls and Shredders oh my!
Turning that corner in BRM and going like oh crap I'm dead....
VERY TINY GNOME Warriors with HoR or TF raping me from nowhere. ( Good old Noggenfogger + World Enlarger + Something else) They were so tiny you literally didn't see them.
You played Vanilla, as a (fury) Warrior, if you remember who George is.
Google Nerf George for reference.