Dammit, we want you to tell us stuff! Stuff like the best single moment in gaming you've had that wasn't intended by the designer.
This isn’t some marketing survey or whatever. It’s an emotional investment in you. Yes, we’re interested in knowing you, Kotaku reader person. You probably know enough about us — more than you even want to, we’re sure. But, hey, we’d like to know about you, too.
Anyway, here’s today’s question...
Sometimes, the best moments aren't what the designer intended. Be it taking down the ultimate dragon in Everquest, or sneaking in an Alliance party to gank Thrall. Maybe you hacked some server settings to decrease gravity, or increase speed. Maybe you came up with your own game inside the game, one that was more fun?
Other than just plain cheating, what's the best of these moments you've had?
Me? I loved sneaking into Old Ironforge for some duels. They felt epic because there was this giant, uninhabited city underneath Ironforge. My Modern Warfare team also modded Sabotage mode to make a "hot potato" bomb scenario, in which the bomb timer wouldn't reset when defused. Respawn timers also increased over time, raising the value of stealth as the game went on.
And of course, watching guilds better than mine do things like kite a dragon into Orgrimmar is always great fun :)