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Back in vanilla, my then-leveling pally main loved and hated the time she spent questing in Duskwood. Loved because the mood of the zone was great, the quests interesting -- and which paladin doesn't love a place chock-full of undead? That is, except for Mor'ladim.

He was the reason she hated the place. From the first time she died a gruesome death in the clawed hands of the old pile of bones, to the last quests before moving on, she couldn't pass anywhere close to his path without being attacked. Mor'ladim seemed to sense when she was near and make a beeline straight to her. My guildmates at the time joked that he was in love; I said he had a strange way of expressing it. Whatever it was, I vowed to have my revenge.

Fast-forward a few levels and my pally, finally 60, returned for the payback. I killed Mor'ladim many, many times. I offered in general chat to kill him for whomever needed or wanted him. I camped him with gusto, remembering all those repair bills and corpse runs. After Cataclysm arrives, I will surely go back to look for my old enemy and kill him once again, if he's still there. You know, for old times' sake.

Whose pixelated behind did you or will you rush to kick once you gained the power to do it?

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