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  1. #61
    Quote Originally Posted by robotusch View Post
    Ain't the highlighted bit the truth. When I did the quest on a fresh realm back in the spring of 2006, we were 4 paladins, all on that quest, and a random guildie of another class who made the trek And that 2H mace was sooo sweet.
    It's something I never completed in Vanilla because I couldn't find anyone to run it and I got tired of trying. I'll definitely finish it this go around though.

  2. #62
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    kill 12 boars in Elwynn Forest
    "This is no swaggering askari, no Idi Amin Dada, heavyweight boxing champion of the King's African Rifles, nor some wide shouldered, medal-strewn Nigerian general. This is an altogether more dangerous dictator - an intellectual, a spitefull African Robespierre who has outlasted them all." - The Fear: Robert Mugabe and the martyrdom of Zimbabwe, Peter Godwin.

  3. #63
    I really enjoyed the Paladin Class mount questline. It really made being a Paladin feel special. The charger and all it's barding was worth it all too!

  4. #64
    Quote Originally Posted by Bigby View Post
    The Paladin Level 20 weapon quest. If it was your first character then it would've been the first questline to really send you on a journey across the world. Marching up to Shadowfang Keep after assembling a group for a dungeon that the Alliance pretty much never did, going to Kalimdor (the long way) for the first time to do BFD and more, all to get what remains to this day a unique weapon model and back then a weapon you'd be using for a good ten or so levels at least. The narrative thread tying it all together was also great. You start off just offering an isolated farmer protection and her husband offers to make you a weapon. That quite basic jumping off point just felt so 'Paladin'.

    The Legend of Stalavan. Little more than a glorified fetch quest, but that it was so simple but kept me interested in it's plot, as well as the occasional creepy moment (opening the locker in Eastvale and being ambushed) made it memorable.

    I'm also quite fond of the Embalmer questline. Although the Vanilla version was much more of a slog (Ravenhill -> Darkshire -> Ravenhill) it made a lot more sense why this isolated old man would need a spry young adventurer to get his stuff, rather than walking literally five meters to cross into Darkshire. Stitch's appearance was also a lot more memorable when he was slowly marching to Darkshire rather than appearing in the town centre with everything around you being on fire (and then put out) for... uhh, reasons.
    Fortunately, SFK is gonna be super popular in WoW Classic, because everyone now knows that the loot there is pretty great.

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    Favorite? That's really hard to say, I dunno. I do remember enjoying the Druid Aquatic Form questline, though. Even though it was a serious pain in the ass, and to this day you'll most likely need a guide to get it done, it stands out as very immersive to me.

  6. #66
    In no particular order:

    a) Marshal Windsor and Onyxia
    b) Tirion Fordring
    c) Stalvan
    d) Battle of Darrowshire
    e) Ras Frostwhisper
    f) Any of the class quests

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    P.S. In case y'all are unfamiliar with the quest, the Ras Frostwhisper chain explores his conversion to the Scourge and it explains how and why he became a lich.

  7. #67
    Quote Originally Posted by mickybrighteyes View Post
    Darrowshire, added bonus if Cranius is singing about it
    You mean like



    ? That 360p tho

    Same as everyone else I guess.

    Darrowshire, I liked the Argent Dawn questchain in Western Plaguelands - starting in Chillwind Camp, I liked all the quest
    to acquire the various keys you needed, RIP key bag.

    They sent you all over the place so you really had the feeling to be a traveler who has to go to wonderous places, which was
    very immersive.
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  8. #68
    Huge fan of the vanilla rogue quests. Only classic rogues remember the thorough beating given by Milton Beats when you failed to detect traps on that chest, or sneaking your way up the tower.

  9. #69
    Marshal Windsor.

    Always thought it was badass how he was stuck between an Orc and Dark Iron war in the Burning Steppes, and through what seems like a simple breakout/escort quest for a prisoner, you find out there's this whole dragon infiltration in Stormwind. Epic.

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    I started in TBC, but ones I remember were helping the hermit in Duskwood, dealing with the pirates below Booty Bay, slowly destroying that town on the westside of Hillsbrad, getting the ZF mallet, hunting down the defias, Shady Rest Inn in Dustwallow. I remember being really happy when I got the certificate of thievery on my rogue, but I don't remember the quest at all. I still have it in my bags.

  11. #71
    The questline for Tirion. The ending was sad, but memorable.

  12. #72
    No quest chain was fun for me in Vanilla, though I played and grinned it out because there was never a time where you felt you had achieved what you wanted. Current wow gives you that feeling 1 week into a new expansion with MUCH BETTER story and quest lines. Riddle me that.

  13. #73
    Quote Originally Posted by Jebadee View Post
    No quest chain was fun for me in Vanilla, though I played and grinned it out because there was never a time where you felt you had achieved what you wanted. Current wow gives you that feeling 1 week into a new expansion with MUCH BETTER story and quest lines. Riddle me that.
    Troll less.

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    Questline for Benediction was quite epic. Perhaps mostly since it involved a lot of teamwork and crazy RNG to boot. I really liked the Scythe of Elune questline too, although it kinda lost its momentum in the end.

  15. #75
    Quote Originally Posted by Jebadee View Post
    No quest chain was fun for me in Vanilla, though I played and grinned it out because there was never a time where you felt you had achieved what you wanted. Current wow gives you that feeling 1 week into a new expansion with MUCH BETTER story and quest lines. Riddle me that.
    Good one. Made me chuckle.

  16. #76
    The Tirion Fordring quest that starts in the area between WPL and EPL.
    Felpooti - DH - Echo Isles
    Hack - Warrior - Echo Isles
    Pootie - Hunter - Echo Isles

  17. #77
    Quote Originally Posted by rogoth View Post
    mithril order blacksmith profession quest chain.
    This x 10000000000.

    Man I was estatic when I first completed the quest and got the hammer out.

    These feelings are ones that you just can't find in other MMOs now a days, not even current WoW.

  18. #78
    Legend of Stalvan
    Missing diplomat
    Rogue poison quest
    Quote Originally Posted by Jaylock View Post
    I have never once in my life trolled or tried to troll anyone.

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    Ashbringer

  20. #80
    that questline in felwood where you had to go below the place and kill all the orcs and satyr bad guys, that was dope
    There's also nothing stopping Blizzard from resurrecting both Arthas and Archimonde and turning them into super saiyans so that they can fuse and fight Sargeras

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