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How will you spend your final day in "Old Azeroth" ?

Postby Gracerath » Fri Nov 19, 2010 1:58 am

The shattering is coming and parts of the world we know and love and/or hate will be forever changed.

Do you plan on doing anything special for a proper goodbye? Will it be just another day?

I plan on doing a farewell tour around ZG and visiting places I know get McFucked like Auberdine and Aszhara. Much wine will be consumed as I remember the good times and look to the future.

How about your first day after the shattering? I want to work my way to Westfall and find out what happened to Old Blanchy. :cry:
Bye space sword!
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Re: How will you spend your final day in "Old Azeroth" ?

Postby Worldie » Fri Nov 19, 2010 2:30 am

I'm likely going to start another char to look after some of the new quests. No idea of race and class yet, could do a Tauren Pala but i bet cows' starting zone will be FILLED by tauren paladins so not really sure about it.
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Re: How will you spend your final day in "Old Azeroth" ?

Postby degre » Fri Nov 19, 2010 2:42 am

Come back to horde make Worldie a cow.


As for me, I'll probably be sleeping on the 6th so that I can wake before the servers open, have some breakfast and have 24hours session on my first day.

Oginally I wanted to go to the London opening to get my collector's, but I'm left skint after I've had to relocate the past week and I just can't afford one now -.-'
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Re: How will you spend your final day in "Old Azeroth" ?

Postby Passionario » Fri Nov 19, 2010 3:52 am

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Re: How will you spend your final day in "Old Azeroth" ?

Postby Lumennon » Fri Nov 19, 2010 3:53 am

Two days before the shattering: Planing all sorts of nostalgic tours, visiting the first place I saw in the game, the first place I met one of my now-friends and -guildies and finishing it off with some nonsensical stuff - like hopping through old Orgrimmar in a bunny costume.

One day before the shattering: Realise that work is too demanding, resulting in me not even having time to log in one final time.
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Re: How will you spend your final day in "Old Azeroth" ?

Postby Worldie » Fri Nov 19, 2010 4:02 am

degre wrote:'ll probably be sleeping on the 6th

You can't sleep you'll have me around :lol:
theckhd wrote:Fuck no, we've seen what you do to guilds. Just imagine what you could do to an entire country. Just visiting the US might be enough to make the southern states try to secede again.

halabar wrote:Noo.. you don't realize the problem. Worldie was to negative guild breaking energy like Bolvar is to the Scourge. If Worldie is removed, than someone must pick up that mantle, otherwise that negative guild breaking energy will run rampant, destroying all the servers.
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Re: How will you spend your final day in "Old Azeroth" ?

Postby bldavis » Fri Nov 19, 2010 4:16 am

reliving my first hours of wow, meleeing mobs in teh dwaf starting zone on a new hunter!
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Levie:(in /g) It's weird, I have a collar and I dont know where I got it from, Worgen are kinky!
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Re: How will you spend your final day in "Old Azeroth" ?

Postby degre » Fri Nov 19, 2010 4:31 am

Worldie wrote:
degre wrote:'ll probably be sleeping on the 6th

You can't sleep you'll have me around :lol:

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Re: How will you spend your final day in "Old Azeroth" ?

Postby Worldie » Fri Nov 19, 2010 5:17 am

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theckhd wrote:Fuck no, we've seen what you do to guilds. Just imagine what you could do to an entire country. Just visiting the US might be enough to make the southern states try to secede again.

halabar wrote:Noo.. you don't realize the problem. Worldie was to negative guild breaking energy like Bolvar is to the Scourge. If Worldie is removed, than someone must pick up that mantle, otherwise that negative guild breaking energy will run rampant, destroying all the servers.
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Re: How will you spend your final day in "Old Azeroth" ?

Postby Barathorn » Fri Nov 19, 2010 6:16 am

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Re: How will you spend your final day in "Old Azeroth" ?

Postby mclem » Fri Nov 19, 2010 6:30 am

For some, the day Deathwing graces Azeroth with his almighty destructive presence will be the most important day of their lives. But for me, it will be Tuesday.
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Re: How will you spend your final day in "Old Azeroth" ?

Postby Grehn|Skipjack » Fri Nov 19, 2010 6:34 am

Playing a different game.
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Re: How will you spend your final day in "Old Azeroth" ?

Postby Palisade » Fri Nov 19, 2010 6:46 am

Leveling my durid :wink:
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Re: How will you spend your final day in "Old Azeroth" ?

Postby Invisusira » Fri Nov 19, 2010 7:03 am

I'll probably be playing Halo
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Re: How will you spend your final day in "Old Azeroth" ?

Postby culhag » Fri Nov 19, 2010 7:11 am

Fishing maybe ? I still don't have that damn turtle.

Or maybe no WoW at all.


I remember the night LK came out I was finishing my last bits of Stormwind reputation so I could have the horses.
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