- 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.
-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.