20 Days of Blogging – Day 4

Day 01 – Introduce yourself
Day 02 – Why you decided to start a blog
Day 03 – Your first day playing WoW
Day 04 – Your best WoW memory
Day 05 – Favourite item(s) in game
Day 06 – Your workplace/desk (photo and/or description)
Day 07 – The reason behind your blog’s name
Day 08 – 10 things we don’t know about you
Day 09 – Your first blog post
Day 10 – Blog/Website favourites
Day 11 – Bad habits and flaws
Day 12 – A usual day in your life/online time
Day 13 – People (players/bloggers) that you admire
Day 14 – This upsets you
Day 15 – Your desktop background (on your computer) and why you chose it
Day 16 – Things you miss (post Cataclysm)
Day 17 – Your favourite spot (in game or outside it)
Day 18 – Your favourite outfit
Day 19 – In your bags/bank
Day 20 – If this was your last day playing WoW, what would you do?

Day 4 – Your best WoW memory

This is actually a bit difficult to be honest. I don’t really have one that stands out strongly – though there are a couple of close contenders:

  • Getting all of Heroic Dragon Soul down
    I would run with the alt team in my first guild with my mage. I was always terrified. Always. I never felt good enough to be in the group (though I was hardly the worst in retrospect). The first time we got heroic spine down it was amazing. Loads of cheering. And then heroic Deathwing went down the next week and we were over the moon. And then I won the mount. Holy crap that was a good day. 🙂
  • Raid leading the alt team to getting down Thunder King (normal)
    It doesn’t sound like a big deal, but it was to me. I was so proud of everyone – we worked so darn hard for it. 
  • Getting Garrosh down
    This was awesome, but sad at the same time. By this point the raid team was falling apart. Things were incredibly stressful then, so I didn’t enjoy it as much as I should have at the time. To me it was just the stepping stone to going on to heroics, but unfortunately everyone else saw it as a good time to leave. But, we got him down, and we got the mount and the title (and I got a weapon!!) and it was great.
  • Taking a day off work to play Mists of Pandaria the minute it was launched
    Sounds a bit lame, but it was incredible. Nothing worked, lag was bad, but there were so many of us! It felt really cool to be a part of something with all of these other people. I’ll definitely be doing it again when WoD drops – though depending on what day of the week it launches, I may try to take the rest of the week off to do it. 
  • Meeting some awesome people
    The best thing about WoW has definitely been the people. I loved being able to play the game with my boyfriend, and I’ve made some lovely friends who are just awesome. I strongly believe the game is better when you’ve got people to play it with. 

I know that more than one… but I’ve never really been one to follow rules! 😉

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