Last Sunday night and into the wee hours of Monday morning I experienced something amazing.
I got to partake in killing the Madness of Deathwing encounter on Heroic Difficulty for the first time along with my guild.
I after the post raid-cheers and celebrations I was asked by my old raid buddy, who I have stuck with for the past year and a half, if I saw myself completing the last boss of the expansions on the hardest difficulty when I joined his raid group back when Cataclysm started.
To that I answered with a truthful No. I mentioned in a previous post that this expansion I was happy that I was able to experience just the normal boss encounters with a constant group of friends every week.
I never imagined seeing myself being in a raid that would engage in current tier heroic encounters, experiencing the extremely tense moments at the end of a boss fight that would end in victory or another 5% wipe.
Now I am officially done with the expansion’s PvE content and with less than two weeks until Mists of Pandaria I am ready, now more than ever, to move on to new content.
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