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Around Azeroth: Remembrance of things past

Elizabeth Wachowski
January 9, 2015
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"I started playing WoW at the end of vanilla, when Burning Crusade was three months from arriving," writes submitter Gimmlette of Spectacular Death on Llane (US-A). "It was a while before I got to experience Molten Core, and when I did, my guild and I didn't need 40 people with specifically assigned roles. There are still memories, though, of getting punted by Baron Geddon and needing to get people high enough rep to have Aqua Quintessence to put out the runes. (I worked hard to get mine. It's something I still have and won't ever delete.) I caught this shot of all the sparkles around Garr as the LFR group we were in worked to contain the adds and down both them and him. For all the complaints about running this in LFR mode, it's been a fun walk down memory lane."

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