We all love games, especially RPGs. And we experience a lot of special moments in those games. Some are really epic, some are hilarious, some are even scary. So, let's share our best moments.
I have so many to tell, I'll split them up. There will be more stories after someone else has posted his.
Baldur's Gate II:
I was exploring the area around the Copper Coronet, when suddenly a peasant started a dialog. That pour guy had lost his ring. Yoshimo advised him to go back the way he came and search there.
I just thought "You haven't, have you?" Yes, Yoshimo had the peasant's ring in his inventory.
Breath of Fire IV:
I was talking to some NPCs around, when one of them stated: "Me? I like digging holes." I figured I shouldn't walk too close to him, so I took a step back - and fell in a hole.
I never finished this one, but there was a wonderful moment that still makes me laugh when I think back. The floors in the old dungeons sometimes collapsed. So when I fought my way through the undead under the cemetery, I broke through the floor and landed among a bunch of rats. Caught in surprise, I just started slashing my sword at every critter until none moved anymore. Then it dawned on me, what that ment roleplay wise: My hero, who had just bravely fought her way through so many scary undead without batting an eye, was freaking out because of a few tiny rats. I laughed so hard, I had to pause the game.
During the battle for Solitude I wanted to try one of the smaller doors in the wall. Maybe one of them was a way past the barricades, but of course they were locked. When I turned around to run back to the main battlefield, I was surrounded by enemies. No matter how many I struck down, more came out of a nearby door. That seemed to be it for me. But suddenly, someone knocked one of my foes down from behind. Ulfric Stormcloak himself had seen that I was in serious trouble, and came to my rescue. Side by side we fought our way back. That was such an awesome moment, I still love this game for it, despite its flaws.