Karazhan on my priest I think, I only got to level 60 a week or so before BC came out, haven't looked back since then.
ubrs - best raid ever, esp the general and people not knowing what "KITE" means.
This was the beginning of my endgame experience, and I consider a quality player across the board now! Good times
My guild <Rollin Deep> - See one of these guys? Run. Else you will die.
Just did pvp in Vanilla, that High warlord eluded me because of a summer vacation Started raiding in BC when Kara hit. That was a very fun raid although I remember pugging in on an alt with a friend's guild and they wiped on chess event. I /facepalmed and invited him to our guild.
Zul'aman(or however that's spelled) back in BC
Well, unless you count doing UBRS when it was a 15 person instance
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MC on some private server but it wasn't the best experience ~~ Then i bought WoW few weeks after TBC release and first official raid was Karazhan.
My first raid was actually Tempest Keep. And I won my T5 shoulders there. I played my Shaman as Enhance and no one wanted to bring me to Karazhan because Shamans were a liability. So I kinda AFKd in Shat and some guy asked me to go to TK with them because they needed a Heroism. Best raid ever.
UBRS while it was 15 man but I'd say my first real raid was as a holy priest in ZG.
I started playing very shortly after BC came out (got hooked on the campaign) so naturally Kara .
To this day there wasn't an instance I loved more.
My first raid was Naxx (level 80).
I still remember, after our first wipe, I didn't release (because I didn't have Cold Weather Flying)
One of our healers told me to stop being lazy and run back, and that he wouldn't rez me. I tried to say over vent that I didn't have CWF, but he wouldn't let me get a word in and started getting mad that I wasn't releasing...I finally released, and asked for a summon back...suddenly he understood and all was forgiven.
Well if you don't count the 10 man instances, which were then made 5 man, i guess ubrs?
Bein' a burr tank in Karazhan. Had like a mix of S1 and the LW tanking chest and pants with a few other blues or epics from heroics, some of my best memories in WoW.
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ToGC. My friend got me into playing WoW during Tier9 season and I dinged 80 two hours before the guild we were in was going to raid and they let me join.
Killed every boss that night on heroic and yeah, I know it could be considered a boost
To their expectations I actually did pretty well when it comes to surviving and using my abilities and stuff. I only died on Icehowl.
They told me the tactics and I understood them very good.
ICC was my first "progressive" raid as I was boosted in ToGC and I really found normal ICC too easy. We had problems with a few heroic bosses, same as most heroic-raiders had.
ICC by the end of wotlk, we did like 6 bosses in one night and I had no idea about what we were doing.
I liked the feeling of raiding and since then i've never stopped raiding, today I killed shannox hc in 10 man for the first time
Nax 25 man in wrath, I didn't know what pve was, I dinged 70 and all i did was pvp. Wrath dropped and then i started raiding, I didn't know what vent was or anything. I solo Kara to get gold and i am convinced if they bring back Kara as a new lvl 85 raid, people will be playing again. It is a really detailed and well thought out instance. Nice music, nice scenery, good voice overs, and very fucking spooky. On some Scooby Doo shit!
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Gruul's Lair as an OT. On the Council I managed to survive and hold threat (Misdirection I thank you) we wiped three times if i can remember correct
(Healing, and Mage problems) On Gruul I was told to DPS I ended up being one of the only two people alive due to a "Healing" problem Paladin Prot DPS FTW!