Nothing like a Monday morning....freaking sucks. On a good note though, Monday Night Football is on and should be a really good game. On another good note I am pretty sure that I won in all 4 of my fantasy football teams. That has only happened once this year and that was week 1. Can you believe we are more then half way through football season? Pretty sad truthfully
WotLK is right around the corner....2 weeks from tomorrow I think....anyway, It got me thinking of when "TBC" was the new expansion and how everything was changing. So I went through a bunch of super old screenshots of Vanilla WoW or WoW Classic, whatever you call it.
Back in the day... 40 man raids were the norm and having 7k hp meant you were not to be F'd with! When Silithus was filled with high level toons world pvping and farming Twilight Texts. When it wasn't uncommon for an AV to last for 6 hours and you like it that way! When you did countless runs of Black Rock Mountain; whether it was the humongous BRD, the locked UBRS or the hated LBRS...and who could forget the Mighty Molten Core!!!
Ah....all good memories, most of the best memories from playing this game was from those times. Not to say I didn't like TBC expansion or that I am not excited for the WotLK, but its important to remember your roots!
So today, all you old timers....tell these young wipper snappers about the good ol'days where there weren't any welfare epics. You either raided with 39 other people for loot or you pvp'd your way up the ranks. Which meant a grind of 30-40 hours a week for 3-4 months to obtain a high ranking and epic gear. Start the rant off with this...