Reclaiming Noob


Okay, listen up.
This is not being a noob.
Neither is this.

I don't care how stupid or embarrassed you felt on your 25 man raid; if you're at endgame and you can oneshot my main you aren't a noob.
Sorry, we don't have much but we do have standards.

Some of us are still wondering at what point we should upgrade from Vanilla WoW to Burning Crusade. I still don't have the foggiest idea how to leathercraft a Glyph.

And you know what? I love it!
“A gnome can be beheaded
but not defeated.”
—Hemmet Nessingwary

Everything's brand new.
I spent the weekend in Stranglethorn Vale and it went from being a scary jungle crawling with dangerous monsters to a juicy cornucopia of wandering XP. Nothing like it to make you feel like a Badass.

And then wallop!
I get cocky, wander down the wrong path and get my spleen handed too me by a frakkin murlock.

Which just goes to show there's plenty of game still to come.

I just need a Glyph of Spleen Replacement.


3 comments:

harpysnest said...

Agree. My boyfriend and I were talking recently about our first WoW experiences and whilst I love raiding I do think the best time in WoW was exploring and learning for the first time.
I remember fondly being awestruck as we joined a PvP raid on Crossroads and headed through Ashenvale into the Barrens. I could just have wandered around looking at Giraffes for days.

MomentEye said...

I'm pretty sure I've managed to avoid killing any giraffes. It just seems wrong.
There was a quest where I had to kill a zhevra but the combat horn made it feel less cruel.

Ruhtra said...

I love posts like this one. I remember my very first time of logging in. I wanted to surprise my friends so I didn't tell them I had gotten the game. I knew their server from their talk at work. I rolled my Dwarf Pali......only 20 levels later to reveal the truth and find out they were all Horde........then I rerolled him at BC as a Belf Pali. Good times!

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