Kara as a holy paladin flash of light spam and never going close to oom lol. Started playing wow when I showed up to a friends house and he was raiding ZA 1 year later he passed away and I took over his account I play hard and study hard to preform the best I can in every class/spec I play as tribute to him.
First raid in WoW was Karazhan... First raid EVER was Plane of Hate in vanilla Everquest in December '99, back when no-one had downed any of the bosses there or the Plane of Fear. Think we gave up after a few attempts on the Maestro of Rancor.
Was probably the most fun I have ever had in an MMO, even though there was no real raid system in EQ (you just took as many groups as you could and /shouted most things ). Break-ins were a bitch
Brumfondl (the name of my mains in pretty much every MMO I have played)
Kara as a warrior offtank.
Fuck those were the days, Now I think back to TBC and BC.
PVP was perfect, it was balanced or at least it felt balanced.
and the only unbalanced thing was on the blood lust battle group how horde would always win,
But that's what premades were made for.
I remember grinding a WSG premade for 8 hours straight with the same people and buying gear inbetween.
GRUULS lair was sick. I miss the game, The real game.. The way the game should be. Even leveling up during vanilla felt more epic on my warrior then it does now days. I resent wow now, all because I haven't had any good memorys like I did during BC/Vanilla. It makes me sad, it literally makes me so sad to see were the game went too..
My first raid was MC two weeks before burning crusade came out. If we're talking about actual dedicated raid, it would have to be kara, that was my most fond memory at least and I wish I still had that much fun