What A Long, Strange Trip It's Been represents the most sweat and tears. Being wretchedly awful at pvp, I'm absurdly proud of this. Even if I did try, not once, but twice, to mount while carrying the @$^*& flag.But I'm also really proud of Loremaster. If they'd added a new title for those who earned Loremaster before Cata and then went on to get all the various zone Loremasters again, then that would be my new fav.
My favourite achievement to have got has to be the ones to find all the rares in northrend Frostbitten which at the time when we were all spending our time in northrend was pretty hard. The hours spent just flying round the zones endlessly hoping to find the rares is all worth it when you finally get the rare you have been looking for and eventually the achievement. The achievement may require very little skill but it does require a lot of dedication or a bucketful of luck.
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Unlike previous question, this one is really easy:All You Can Eat (10 player). It is simple task, but not when your tank get 5-6stacks every time at 2-3% and the boss dies from DoTs :D. After four-five weeks we tried everythink: zerg mode, crab as tank... yes hunter's pet... that was really fun, but his aggro was not so good :(At least we made it with our holy paladin and boomkin as tanks and I got my drake. I love it becouse i spend funny moments with my friends, but most interesting part was when we made it with our alts on first try without any wipes.. :D
I'm very proud of my 100 Mounts achievement "Mountain 'o Mount". Because i think playing with an objective that goes apart from just raiding, makes the game more fun, expecially when the achievement isn't so easy to obtain. (I started on wotlk, now it's a little easier).Since i'm not so an hardcore gamer, and i couldn't put myself into having an achievement like The Insane, that would require a lot more of game time, i think this was the right objective for me. And now that i earned it? We'll, i'll start to get more mounts for the future 150 mounts achieve heh!
The first achievement that I am most proud of may not seem like much, but one person's treasure is another's junk, they say, and I am a skydiver, after all, so of course I love falling. "Going Down?" is the funnest, if not the most difficult, achievement, and it is the one I am most proud of because I died an average of 12 times on various toons and in various places in order to achieve it! I talked to many random strangers, Wowheads all, to get advice on where to make my first jump successfully, and I made it in Shattera City. The latest toon to achieve this lofty goal was a level 34 at the time, and it was while she was lost on her first trip to Kalimdor. There is a secret place to the west of old Auberdine, just off the road on the other side of the river. I somehow ended up in a violently twisting whirlpool and was sucked down to the bottom. I was then dropped into open space for what seemed eons, and fell to the cavern floor below - and lived! Up popped the "Going Down" ribbon and the "DING!" of achievement! ...all by mistake:) I have no idea what the purpose is to this cave, for there surely IS a purpose, but the nice elven lady waiting at the edge asked if I needed assistance getting back to where I was before my great near-death adventure. That was the end of the story, until later, I hope, and my greatest achievement ever was "Going Down."
Mine is my Mountain o' Mounts achievement. Got it back in wrath and was very proud of my Blue Dragonhawk
Insane in the Membrane, no doubt. Took me a year to get it. Quite annoyed that they removed the requirements for Shendralar, when Cataclysm hit, as I'd already got them to exalted and just had Darkmoon to go.
I have to say Avast ye, Admiral! because I did all by my self and it took long time to get.
What a Long, Strange Trip It's Been! Not all of us are crazy enough to get it, so those of us who have it, stand tall.
Loremaster. I always loved the lore behind Warcraft games, and that achievement is the best way to show this ingame.
I'm very proud of both Glory of the Ulduar Raider (10 player) and The Frozen Throne (10 player) because at the time my group obtained them, they were both quite difficult. There's a high nostalgia factor for running with that group of people as I mentioned in my "favorite encounter" post.
Somebody Likes Me ^.^It's good to know that someone does. But really, after two years of subscription blizzard better like me. Love you too, Blizz
It has to be Insane in the Membrane for me as I spent countless hours grinding with not buying anything from the AH.