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Damn proud of my It's Over 9000 =D But since it's a Feat of Strenght it may not count so i'd have to say either the Loremaster or What a Long; Strange Trip It's been!
The achievement i want the most Glory of the Cataclysm Raider Al'akir and Ascendant Council left !
The PRE-CATACLYSM lore master, where blizzard didn't keep track of every zone for you and you actually needed to put a lot of effort in it to find quests.Some of the quest lines you did were too annoying to do while leveling, but when I took the time to do them, I found out that most of the time they were part of an awesome quest line. Yup, still mad at blizz for not making that a FoS...
Has to be Higher Learning because it took me ages to get the last 2 books.
The Leeeeeeeeeeeeeroy! It speaks for itself ;D
The achievement I'm most proud of isn't a personal achievement but a guild achievement. I've been the guild leader of a casual raiding guild for 4yrs. We were 10man when "10mans are fail". We were casual raiders when "only hardcore will every finish content". We have never been seen as anything but some little insignificant guild our whole existence despite the fact we consistently do clear 10man content during expansions. In competing for our Guild Achievement it came down to 2 alliance side guilds and a horde hardcore guild. Even being in the top 3 contenders, Trade still mocked our hard work and stated repeatedly "yeah but they won't get it, they aren't hardcore". Finally after weeks of planning/organizing and days of hard work my little guild showed our realm that Hardcore raiding isn't the only determining factor of a Warcraft guilds success. People were shocked and alliance side players all cheered and were amazed to see Realm First! Guild Level 25 flash on everyone's screen with our name beside it! =) No other achievement could ever top the feelings I had seeing all my members working together and succeeding. Low levels were organizing guild groups for low level dungeons, altoholics were doing 25 dailies on all alts, and my 85's were running regular HoO until they could do it with their eyes closed. It was beautiful.
My favorite: The old, original . I've played this game since release and over the years I found most of those obscure, unknown quests on my own - the Sprite Darter, that dead dwarf under the Thandol Span (And the delivery on the ruined tower, before quests showed up on the minimap)...When I decided to do Loremaster on my druid main, which I made just around the time of Wrath's release on a new server, I was reminded through it of just how many cool quests existed which most people have never heard of. With Cataclysm, most of them are gone now, or so changed that the new version just doesn't have the same feel to it.To me, Loremaster is a reminder of a non-linear, more vibrant and alive world, and I'm proud to have earned it and lived in that world.
Less-rabiLess-Rabi, which we did back during Ulduar days, with a Resto Shaman, a Shadow Priest, myself as a Protection paladin, an Affliction Lock and a Retribution Paladin.While we had some Ulduar gear, so it was a faster burn, the complete lack of a melee interrupt on a short CD was a little, annoying. Took us a few tries, running out of the dungeon when we failed.
im proud on my druidish achievements Swift Flight Form and Guardian of Cenarius
Reins of the Raven Lord is the achievement I am most proud of and also the only one that I had to change my underwear after getting! I killed anzu for over 130 days in a row before getting it and was really starting to think his mount was a myth.