Ohh i just thought of another funny one. I remember when snowballs used to knock you down or immobilize you(i forget which one) when you were hit with one, players were able to use this to drown a friendly or enemy player by stacking up on snowballs and just keep throwing them at them until they drowned underwater lol.
not sure if they still do this
and yes i do remember that dragon glitch
god damn backstabbers...
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When no-one had a key to get into scholomance - a pally could use "Divine Intervention" then a GY run back to rez inside the door and unlock it from the inside.
I remember when leveling my priest, that wanding was the best way to take down mobs.
I don't know about you guys, but back in vanilla I had a friend who played a warlock.
Now he was HWL, full pvp epics etc.. Respected player on his server.. but he let me play his character..
Warlocks, for me, were the worst class to play.. so hard and confusing.. I met a random 60 outside Booty Bay and he killed me in his greenies
My friend didn't let me play his HWL warlock after that
"Maybe we wouldn't keep getting hurt if we just expected the worst.."
"Smiling doesn't always mean you're happy. Sometimes, it simply means you are a strong person"
Remember being the ONLY mage in 40mans...8powder pr. wipe x_x
and that i had to prepare food for the raid >< (conjured food that is)
9 Legendaries and counting. CC ring, Ghoul Ring, AMS cloak, Aggramars Stride, Frost belt, HB Helm, Sindy pants, Kil'jaeden's Burning Wish, Blood bracers.
you had to farm multiple resist gear sets...freaking HuHu.
As a warlock: Summoning people off of cliffs. Usually reserved for the SOB in the guild. Killing literally thousands of bird people before BC raids for soul shards. Because heaven forbid you run out and the Pally who showed up two minutes before the raid starts bitching.
Probably my 2nd-3rd week of playing. Being told I need to be on the "short bus" because I didn't know how to summon from the meeting stone at Gnomer. I knew how the community would be from that day forward.
Maraudon was a raid (up to 10 anyway). The longest bunch of nothing, lol. By the time everyone got there/found it, you could have ran from booty bay to Ironforge.
"Ok, we still need one more."
"Wheres the flight path again?"
Leading 39 other people in raids
I remember when we had this channel to find people to make a dungeon group with, it made it so much more fun. We'd find eachother, finish that dungeon and hell we became friends while doing it. We had a bunch of laughs and interesting conversations during the dungeon were as now the biggest convo i had last weeks was "hey"
Prey on the weak and you will survive, prey on the strong and you will live.