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    the mistlurkers, or rather, the mistlurker when you do the brew quest for chen and you have to jump down into a cave in karasang wilds.

    my heart skipped a beat the first time i saw that thing.

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    Mor'ladim at level 35 was the most pleasant surprise back in classic, but not sure if he was necessarily terrifying... The overall effect of him in the graveyard and Raven Hill itself made Duskwood one of the best zones in the game, though.

    Sergeant Shatterskull and the Arcanist always had your back if you needed to solo Fel Reaver for a SH key. Kinda took the wind out of his sails for me.
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    Thaddius would get my vote, though Son of Arugal snuck up on me once or twice when leveling and scared the heck out of me.
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    Only read the 1st page, and I can't believe no one mentioned Hogger.... sigh what is the world (of warcarft) coming to.

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    Those motherfucking snails in Throne of Thunder

    How the hell can a gastropod hit like fucking deathwing on steroids

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    Most Terrifying NPC in WOW is clearly her.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Noorri View Post
    Devilsaurs.... those bastards are absurdly silent when they come up from behind.
    I was always scared shitless of them when I just started out leveling in un'goro crater.

    Fel Reaver also crosses my mind. But the one I got scared of the most was a spider that came from the ceiling in WoW when I didn't expect it... blurgh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noorri View Post
    Devilsaurs.... those bastards are absurdly silent when they come up from behind.
    Those clever girls...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gimlix View Post
    Most Terrifying NPC in WOW is clearly her.
    Makes you wonder why Cenarius ''son'' considered her attractive lol

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    Makes you wonder why Cenarius ''son'' considered her attractive lol
    When you see that couple, you know that there truly is somebody for everybody, somewhere.

    Back in classic there was a quest in The Hinterlands, where you had to summon the avatar of Shadra (the spider-loa) and kill it. My god that spider was fucking massive.

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    Stitches pre-Cata. Someone else mentioned running on foot across Duskwood on that dimly lit path. That was always horrifying back in the day. Werewolves and ghouls jumping out from the bushes, huge spiders and wolves chittering and howling on either side. And if that weren't enough, you have the added issue of Stitches and Mor'Ladim, elite patrolling mobs too high level to know. Those two were definitely the scariest thing ever in WoW.

    Edit because someone mentioned Son of Arugal, also terrifying. All of those guys pre-cata who were elite and way higher level than the rest of the stuff in the zone. The Nightmare dragons.
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    Fel Reaver, gotta keep your distance.

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    Hmmm...Blood of Heroes. Wonder what this is?
    /click

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    Sara yelling in Ulduar.

    Honourable mention for the old Kel'thuzad evil laugh in Naxx 1.0.

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    Fel Reaver scared the shit out of me in the early TBC days, he was one sneaky bastard for a giant robot. Of course by todays visual settings/standards, you see him coming an hour away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phasma View Post
    Murlocs! You pull one, and then the next thing you know, you have a raid group of them on you. That sound they make, too. Creepy.
    Hahaha! How I remember my newbie days in Elwynn Forest, attacked one murloc just to realize that there was 15 others waiting for me Scared for life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mihalik View Post
    Fel Reaver in God damn Hellfire peninsula. Back in the day that piece of crap asshole creeped up on my ass trillion times. You could never hear the fucker coming, until he was on top of you stomping your head into the dirt.

    And old Morgan Ladimore in Darkshire. The bitch could smell you on the other side of Raven Hill and rub the floor with you. And again just as you corpse ran. Then again.

    Very few thing in WoW ever made me look over my shoulder like those 2 guys.
    The good thing about playing a rogue in tbc, I was able to vanish when the fel reaver "snuck" up on me and aggro'd. The bad thing about playing a rogue in tbc, running out of flash powder and forgetting to buy more then getting owned by the fel reaver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahveros View Post
    The good thing about playing a rogue in tbc, I was able to vanish when the fel reaver "snuck" up on me and aggro'd. The bad thing about playing a rogue in tbc, running out of flash powder and forgetting to buy more then getting owned by the fel reaver.
    thats why you should of played a hunter, no need for mats feign death didn't need any..............resisted -.-

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    Thaddius' lore is pretty damn creepy.
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