Elk's Least Favorite Dungeons.
5. Scarlet Monastery - This was probably my first at-level dungeon. Um, maybe, Elk was dragged through several as he was growing up. What I do remember about this is, lots of scare-dee-cat humans. They always run around and aggro all their friends. Now on my level appropriate healer, I am stuck. I don't want to queue up for another dungeon, just to wipe on that first room, yet again. From SM:Graveyard to the graveyard in 3 minutes.
Gundrak - Snakes. It only happened once, but doesn't take much more. My first time running this dungeon, we pugged one additional DPS spot. Yes, I was a noob, yes, I was in ilevel 200 gear, much in need of an upgrade. (TG for RDF!) The pugged DPS (a druid, IIRC), didn't like that I was there. Then when I didn't get out of LOS of that first boss and died to a poison nova, he told the tank, also a friend and guildie, that I should be kicked. To make matters worse, I COULDN'T find the entrance as a ghost. I believe I ran around for 10 minutes looking. This incident, has always left a sour taste in my mouth. (One of the sparks that started this blog actually) Now it takes all of 8 minutes to complete, but still.
3. Azjol-Nerub - Spiders. I hate spiders. These spiders have a dreadfully low aggro table. Or do they even have one? I dunno. Clearing the trash on that first boss, I have more than once grabbed aggro and wiped. Luckily now with my PVP set, if I know it's gonna happen, I can throw on this gear and have 35k health.
2. Razorfen Kraul - Nothing puts your ego more in check, than having to call for help. For help, when you are in a entry level dungeon. Soloing it. And you are a level 80 warlock. Hey!, I got lost. I had accidentally fallen off the main ridge of this dungeon and couldn't find a way to get back up.
1. COT: Black Morass - My, oh, my, I hated this 5-man. Back in BC, I was working on becoming a Master of Elixirs. The one thing you had to get were these 10xEssences. They'd drop off the (every 3rd fight) mini-bosses, randomly, with a terribly low drop rate (Wowhead says 7%). I would get any where from 0 to maybe, 3 essence for each run of BM. If my repressed memories serve correctly, we ran this dungeon close to 12 times, just for these darn Essence of Infinity.
So, there you have it.
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