I will never forget the dude who ended my guild. I didn't receive the Iron Dwarf, Medium Rare achievement. The meta one which WOW TBC Gold gave me the mounts. I had to fight for it repeatedly. I was overjoyed when he came my aid and helped me achieve the goal. It was almost tears when I saw him. over the moon! I enjoy my protodrakes to death. One of my all-time favorite mount models.
Well, let's see a random PUG mythic group had a tank and I sat down. It was almost like an increase of 2. I explained to them that I'm new to mythics with this expansion and I'm still studying. Other 4 are all guildies so they're expecting a kick. "No Problem! "We are terrible." They weren't, but they played five more games+ after I had learned routes and mechanics. They even offered me a place on their raid team as a healer or tank.
There was a person I met during my first guild raid stay with me after the raid and her and her boyfriend helped me with gear and brought me my SL Lego. Unfortunately, the guild itself wasn't friendly to me personally and I ended up not going to any more raids, and I haven't been raiding since then.
In general my guild is fantastic.. We all support each other in different ways. When I was struggling financially the guildie helped pay for me an entire month of gaming. They are always available for me whenever I require their help. My guild has made WoW a positive experience for me. The most negative experiences are from only PUGS and it's extremely rare.
I enjoy running low key on my engineered tank in order to help those who are less geared or newer get quick gear. Although it's probably not that big, but it's still a good feeling to be the sole DPS sitting in the group finder and seeing a blaster tanks use to get the group rolling
Between wotlk/cata I met 2 of my online best friends during lvling alts. went on many alt-lvling runs together , and enjoyed low lv pvp to. We were playing less and more wow, mostly returning to the beginning of the summer months or two, however now we play all sorts of random games. Even with the current state of the game I will always be grateful to WoW for giving me 2 10+ year players to chat with and play with.In my experience, I've played Retail WoW before , but have never played WoW Classic. My understanding of WoW Classic is that it is the game in the same way as it was released a few years ago and then TBC some time later.
If I decide to subscribe and gain access to TBC, will I have access to quests that are available in WoW Classic? What if I first start at level one in TBC Classic and then do what I would do in WoW Classic? You could cheap Burning Crusade Classic Gold also try Eastern Kingdoms and Kalimdor, before you go to Outland once you have reached the level 60 mark to begin TBC.