I don't like: raids, grouping, warcraft movie, doomhammer
I hate: orcs, especially thrall, pvp, sylvanas, legacy server whiners
I like: ???
I miss the good old times.
For those of you saying WoW was better back then, you're more than welcome to walk to instance locations, not fly anywhere except by FP, and I hope you don't use the LFR/ LFD tool, those are just a couple examples off the top of my head, but there's many many more things Blizzard has done to improve WoW.
I think Blizzard has done a wonderful job incorporating what worked back then with new improvements to make everyone's gaming experience more enjoyable. For those of us to have played back then and still play now, I consider us lucky
"The Maw's thirst is unquenchable. If it is not fed fresh victims, it will not hesitate to drink from its wielder instead."
Whilst I agree, I also disagree. The biggest problem I with WoW now is the people, nobody wants to group up, help anyone, talk to anyone. You could make friends via pugging dungeons with people, now it's a case of queue to a dungeon, go in, have nobody speak, leave dungeon and .. well, nothing, they were different servers and not people you got on with. I guess partly because dungeons are a lot easier now too.
I enjoy WoW a lot less nowadays (for various reasons) than what I did then. (My sub actually ends on 22nd of November, after having played since Vanilla).
I actually miss the 3D Armory.
That was Awesome! I'm sure Blizzard promised they were trying to bring it back again, but they seem to have just forgotten all about it.
That is a huge change from the armory we see today!
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From TBC. Have deleted all older screenshots for some reason. :/
Nvm. Found an old vanilla pic too
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Wishing i had the same computer i used to play wow on back in vanilla
Don't even have the same account anymore sadly /cry
I feel sad, because I always forget to take screen shots, and I could never share some of the epic moments i had in TBC :L
Alright, you guys did amazing guessing the items in the OP. Here's a new one!
This is from when I was level 60 on my Warlock in vanilla. So alot of it is 5 mans/quest items! GL with this one, it's tough!
I'll give you a hint! The pants are epic, not from a dungeon, and were A-M-A-Z-I-N-G.
And here is a level 70 one! First off, I bet a lot of people can guess who that boss we're about to fight in the distance is! It was an EPIC fight!
And here is the items, much more epics here, and I'm sure any Shadow Priest or Affliction Warlock in BC are familiar with at least 3 of these items...
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In a forgotten age MMORPGs were about interaction with each other, helping each other and not being afraid of asking anything.
Now help is something frowned upon and when you ask something because you don't know, prepare to be shot down... utterly ridiculous... But then again, it seems to become the major mindset of people around the world. Why help someone when one does not gain profit of it? 't is sad.. and yes it does make gaming less enjoyable, heck, I can barely remember any game with a positive community of all the games I have played in the last 3 to 5 years.
I sometimes organise operas, like This one
Camilla: You, sir, should unmask.
Cassilda: Indeed, it's time. We have all laid aside disguise but you.
Stranger: I wear no mask.
Camilla: (Terrified, aside to Cassilda.) No mask? No mask!
My old tauren hunter, Cocoamoo on *shame* Moon Guard. This was taken back in January 2009, though it had been since the previous summer that I logged in as him. Yes, that's some Intelligence leather gear he is wearing. -_-
Also, anyone remember you used to be able to look at your guild bank on the armory?
There's tab 1
And tab 2.