Scholomance class raid.
Scholomance class raid.
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Naxxramas 25man (WotLK) Remember playing a PoM pyro mage. Let's just say it didn't produce the highest of sustained damage.
Zul'gurub at lvl 70. I was in a guild with a lot of people that had never tried raiding before, so we had a little fun run in troll land. My first real raid was good old Karazan. The perfect raid for a brand new player
AQ 40, I shit myself at the shear intensity of it all.
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Karazhan, but I did run MC a few times before level cap in TBC.
Mountains rise in the distance stalwart as the stars, fading forever.
Roads ever weaving, soul ever seeking the hunter's mark.
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15 man brd, ubrs/lbrs, good times. but after for real raid: of course, killing rag for the first time 3rd guild on faction to do it was just an amazing feeling.
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BRD or Onyxia. Fun times back when I had no clue what I was doing in game.
It was either UBRS while levelling or MC at level 58 on my Warrior. i cant remember due to it being that long ago :/
Don't remember, most likely Zul Aman @ 70, few weeks prior to WotLK. Before then, PvP 24/7
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Icecrown Citadel. Only raid that actually felt like a raid before I did Ulduar since then and over the years. You actually felt like you were storming the fortress/hold of a King/Boss. Nothing compares to the waves and waves of Undead coming spawning at the entrance. Then you have Tirion and the Ebon Hold. Simply epic. I mean raids these days feel more like instances with completely out of place trash mobs. Dragon Soul anyone?
Every trash mod in ICC was perfectly executed. The whole design was simply perfect.
ICC has often taken a lot of slack simply for how long it was around for and people got burnt out, but it still offered one of the most epic moments in WoW.