Not the best, but the thing I remember the most easily because it happened with relative frequency was people wtf'ing over my gear and my damage as a SAM/rng. I had +1 everything, usually signed by myself, and something like 150 RACC. Sometimes people insisted that I bought gil (never did). Samurai was actually my first job past 40, so I had to make a ton of money as a crafter to be able to gear myself out like that. I had the pleasure of dinging into a Peacock Charm at 33 that I purchased from the Auction House. Basically, at level 40, I donned my Soboro Sukehiro, let the Sidewinders rip, and proceeded to be the main tank and damage dealer for pretty much every party. Mostly I liked the busy playstyle of it compared to the usual Samurai playstyle, but the reactions I got were priceless.
Eventually I started toying with other bizarre configurations--I had a great SAM/nin build that allowed me to solo T's and VT's. I was also working on a SAM/bst for soloing. Then DNC came and I started working on that one. Never did really start working towards a relic though (even though I really wanted the relic bow)... even for me, those were too ridiculous.
My best memories, I'm sure, would be from time spent with friends and such, but that's another trip down memory lane.
Ok, now we're going to get slash fiction of Wint x Kachi somehere... rule 34 and all...
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