Shovel quest in hillsbrad. I got feels all over me. And other things like blood and brain tissue too.
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Far away in the Barrens, a quest that made me for one of the few times in my gaming career cry; a quest where you visited shrines to fallen Shu'halo chieftains. The story was... was...
Legend of Stalvan. Alliance first long quest chain Prior to Cata ofc.
I believe the quest is Darkness Falls. It's the end of Shadowmoon Valley (essentially) and the defining moment of the Shadowmoon Clan's fate. While the bit with Maraad and Yrel in Shattrath was inspirational it wasn't nearly as "touching."
All classes to 100. Check. Currently playing Final Fantasy XIV. Homogenization is extreme, but classes are still fun.
My opinions: 5.0 was the golden age of content, the pruning was far too light and 6.2 is actually an enjoyable timesink.
The Battle for Thunder Pass. Seeing the aftermath and seeing Gan'ar's frostwolf pawing at the rubble after he dies made me so sad
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Not really a quest in Talador, but when you approach that quest giver and they get bombed and die. Wasn't expecting it in the slightest.
its not a quest per say but the gara tame line. its the only tame i actually cared about. i really enjoyed it and i was left feeling abit sad at the end
Ahm in Talador for me.
Highmaul - 7/7 - Normal | 7/7 - Heroic | 2/7 - Mythic
Blackrock Foundry - 10/10 - Normal | 10/10 - Heroic | 0/10 - Mythic
Definitely Admiral Taylor for the Alliance. Also, when I was leveling my Horde alt and saw Mankrik as a kid giving a quest, I knew it wasn't gonna end well
Also, this expansion should be called World of Widowcraft... Nerzhul's wife Rulkan hates him, so we go and kill him, she's our follower. Shelly Hambly's husband dies (and appears as a ghost in your garrison), and she's a follower. Miall's guy dies, bam, follower.