Probably Naxx 80.
Since I started playing in pirate servers, then joined vanilla when it was ending, continued with bc and quit for over a year until I returned with wotlk.
Probably all the years before raiding in Naxx were fullfiled with solo leveling, small dungeons and such. I was younger and my deeds and time couldn't be spend on raiding. But yeah, I don't really know, probably I stepped some raid without even knowing it, oh my early noob days.
My first raid was UBRS, I was a paladin healing with a cloth robe (dress), and when Nefarius yelled "KILL THE ONE IN THE DRESS!", I was really worried he would send the whelps at me, was as awesome as it gets.
Originally Posted by Gaexion
The loss of the ability to pass on loot is the loss of the ability to choose. This is communism.
Originally Posted by Aevra
It's a #$^&*@ fantasy game. You're a blue space goat riding around on flying serpents killing dragons the size of continents. And you're wondering why a gryphon doesn't look like an eagle?
UBRS / Strat runs were raids back then so id obviously say them
first proper guild raid was ofcourse Molten Core. No voice comms, a online DKP database and making everyone update CTRA to the exact same one and the first pack of molten giants followed by (if you were unlucky) 2 Fire Elementals was a darn nightmare
Oh, and "INNERVATE THE PRIEST" was really annoying
First raid was MC back in Vanilla was a lot different than raiding now. I remember having to stock up on bandages because DPS did not get healed at all. I don't count UBRs and Strat I am counting 40 man raids.