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"Forum drama exists because people enjoy creating it." - ML/2013
Words to live by.
Start spam queuing AV and taunting Drek outside right before he dies
Probably nothing. I have all my friends contact info IRL. Nothing else TO do I feel, if the servers are coming down.
You now stand before the Countess.
A story of Firsts from around the world:
I would resub for the last month after being off for years and on the day the servers went down, I would reminisce in trade chat about Durgular, the greatest trade troll Spirestone server ever had, with all who remember him. When the final minute counted down, I would praise God and let it be finished.
And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Death, and Hell followed with him.
I would put on my T2 transmog while parking my butt in Ironforge, I started the game spending most of my times on the pillar on the bridge near the AH. So I'll spend my last time doing the exact same bringing myself nostalgia and good memories.
My husband and I would log in on the toons we met on, and park ourselves in IF.
I'd spend my final hours dancing naked in Goldshire.
If this happened, I would find as many people from my guild as possible that played in Vanilla and run MC, and maybe BWL. Those were some of the best times we had playing this game. The best part of those two raids was that 20-25 people can carry the other 15-20, and there were plenty of trash mobs. While most of our friends were good at the game, we had a few who were terrible. By the time AQ40 came around, we had to start cutting friends to get by the difficult bosses. Basically, MC, and BWL was more like social time than it was gaming. Chat and BS around during the trash and easy bosses, while getting serious during some of the harder bosses.
Probably go to Silverpine (even though Cataclysm uglified it) and enjoy the last few moments of the game. Seeing Silverpine in beta was when I really had my first "Oooh' moment.
Contact my friends and family and tell them what I've been up to for the last 8 years
In 45 years when wow shuts down ill either be dead, or surely not playing. If im alive Ill come back and play it until they shut it down. Ill sit at halfhill and cry until the final server shutdown timer expires.
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Since Blizzard would probably throw a huge (and I mean, HUUUUGE) ceremonial closing party, I would enjoy watching that. Think flying sharks -with lazers- destroying cities, an army of LichKing clones marching trough low level zones, devastating fires all over the place, demons and infernals crashing all over Azeroth and attacking every NPC in sight... You name it
But before that happens, I will likely have reached double my current age
Sitting on my Spectral Tiger infront of AH. Like I always do.
(I really don't)