1-22-07 first toons ever
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This screenshot is an interesting one.  When I first started playing WoW, I didn't take many screenshots.  I certainly hadn't thought to take screenies of my character screen either!  Well, I took this screenshot on January 22, 2007 (just a handful of days after the release of The Burning Crusade).

This (un)lovely Undead woman was my very first toon EVER.

The name listed under hers, Inawen, was my highest character ever until I rolled Alynedarra with the Blood Elf craze.

Stranger yet, NONE of those toons listed are in existence anymore.  They've all been deleted.

Just a memory.

I am currently using the name Zuranisha for my Troll Death Knight, but that's the only resemblance my current character screen has to this one from two and a half years ago.

Interesting how things can change, isn't it?

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  • I still have all of my original characters. Transferred one to my current server, and the left the other one to fend for himself back on Arthas.

    Have you ever rolled a male character? It seems like female players always roll female characters (I personally know one exception). But male characters roll females all the time. What’s been your experience?

  • @Etni – First, sorry that you read the post and commented when it published early by accident 😛

    I have rolled a couple male characters. I have rolled a couple male Blood Elves, but they haven’t gotten very high. I still have one now, but that was just to have the name Valentino for make Valentine’s for a guild event.

    I have a male Tauren druid – Caponikus! – who’s almost level 20. Otherwise, I tend to create female characters. I don’t really have a good answer as to why. But I do usually create a female character for most games.

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