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Probably not quite as old school, but I was recruited to Khadgar back in the days of Rebirth, which as I understood it, was a spinoff from Scion. Thorgath (warrior) was the RL/GM back then. Vurrin (priest), I remember as well. This was ~mid BC
Still playing most nights when I can find the time.
I really miss getting things done like we did in Rebirth, and I have some great screenshots from the first time Thorgath typed "Good Job" in SSC to our first kill of Kael'thas.
Those were the best times I've had in WoW, or at least the most memorable.
There were not many guilds at the time ( Alliance) on the server that could achieve the same level of progression, so yes a big thanks to the officers of Rebirth at the time, and to Thorgath for leading the circus. (no thanks to the GM who sold his WoW account)
I salute all of you raid leader types that are leading cutting edge raid teams, structuring and building a solid raid team is very difficult.
Haven't done any progression raiding since 2010, but I still get the urge to every now and then.
I do get envious when I see former guild mates clearing more content than I have been the last few years.
I am raiding with our B-team two nights a week.
PM me on the EJ forums if you want to be battle tag buddies.
Also apologies for the thread necro.
Edited by Romeinhower on 8/31/2013 4:28 AM PDT
Holy hell, there's a familiar face. I was in Trinity with you back in the day. You may remember my rogue, Ecko from back then. He's still sitting around in tier 1 gear at level 60. One of these days I'm going to dust him off again. Good to hear there's still a few of the old gang left these days.
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