I haven't gotten there yet, but I think my favorite is going to be . I won't have this achievement until the next Lunar Festival, but my own long strange trip through getting there has made the wait worth it. With the help of my awesome guild, my husband, and with reminders to take frequent brakes by my two children (who manage to make raid nights endless excitement), I've never once gotten bored or thought that it was taking too long. In fact, when I got the children's week PVP parts (Again, with help from my guild and in cooperation with some awesome Hordies), I was surprised that I only have one more thing to do in order to be finished. Now I need to find another goal. Maybe I'll go for next. I should be able to do that with a baby on my lap during nap-time, right?
The proudest achievement I have ever done in Warcraft was definitely my Scarab Lord title on my mage (Aerithine-Rexxar.) I did the grind way back in the vanilla days, spending countless hours of elite bug kiting along with my guildies. Each time my guild helped me progress through the chain, I felt more and more accomplished. To this day I ride my Black Qiraji Battle Tank with pride and though vanilla content seems a distant past, people still recognize its prestige. I couldn't have done it alone for sure, but the honor of being the person to ring that gong was tremendous and I shall forever be thankful to all who have wish me the best.
Though I'm closing in on Battlemaster achieve, my actual favorite achievement to watch is the next Honorable Kill achievement for whichever character I'm on, as it is a perfect meter for how much misery I've caused the Alliance. 25k? 50k? I'm almost nice in real life but in-game I thirst for blood.
My favorite would have to be "FOOD FIGHT!" because its just so rewarding to throw food at one another!
Easily Because no one thought we'd down him and we ended up being the 2nd guild on the alliance side to down him. ( we're now the first guild on alliance side to down all 12/12 cata bosses :3)
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The achievement im most proud of is Conqueror of Ulduar.The main thing about this one is not because it has a sweet title, its the fact that i did it with so many of my friends and we had an amazing time doing it over the weeks. Either it be making fun of someones accent or bull*!@#ting with some of the top guilds on the server in /1 while doing hardmodes. Someone would always die in the light beams on Freya; the shock blast on Mimiron or thinking it would be funny to mis-direct a bomb right before Mimiron to a healer standing in the middle of the group. Hahaha that was always the best, only few people would know what was going on and you would see them scatter around the walls not to get hit by the AoE. Ulduar is still my favorite instance to this day and i miss it.Probably the best time ive had in WoW, many of those friends i still talk to even after we have all tranferd off and join'd different guilds.
A simple achievement is my most favoured, and that is the For The Horde! one :P It took us a while, but we mowed the Alliance of Ghostlands EU seemlessly with maximum efficiency, and only 2-3 Hordies had fallen, after working tirelessly navigating the maze that is Ironforge (or not so much a maze :P) we finally came upon a stout Dwarf by the name of Magni Bronzebeard he stood atleast 5'5ft in stature and his maces seemed almost fearful, but we charged into him none-the-less with our Tree's, crazy Fury Warrior's and enough Blood Elves to fill a resivour! A few level 50 and below Alliance players valliantly fought, but to no avail. Our group stood, and commerced with Alliance players using / emotes. But, our fun was soon brought to an abrupt end when the Alliance complied a group of their own! They seemed to accept anyone, I was challenged by a level 12 during the fight, I stood there while he tried to hit, I /lol'd, /slapped then bunched him in the face, killing him and enraging near by level 80's who thought the Night Elfs death was greater than Magni's! I was soon ripped apart (HoT spells only last for so long). That, my friends, is the story of how I got the For The Horde! achievement. Happy hunting!
Hail to the Chef plus Cooking with Style - Sitting around cooking feasts with a Chef's Hat on.
The achivement im most proud of has to be Into The Wild Blue Yonder because when i got this was so excited to have a flying mount which I had worked for very hard by getting all the gold and raising my reputation so I could buy it sooner, I was so happy when I got it.
Proud of my two Argent Dawn tabards from the pre-BC and pre-WOTLK expansion events, and the achievments that go with them.
The Exalted, as soon as I heard about that being a title I knew I had to get it!
My favorite and bragged about achievement will always be Insane in the Membrane It took me 7 months to get it... the only problem is that I got it on my old account before it was hacked and banned.
That achievement would be the hard to get, and now COMPLETELY GONE (Not even a Feat of Strength Achievement) of KEYMASTER
For me it would be the "Veteran of the Shifting Sands" achievement. I wasn't around when the chain was really hard, and I just did it at level 80 about a month before it was going to get removed, but it still was quite the experience.All of the quests are just chuckfull of flavor and lore, and pretty much each step of the quest felt unique and "epic" (I can't even imagine how epic it would've been at level 60 with 40 people doing it). I will never forget that funny dialog with Azuregos, silly quests with names like "500 Poind Chicken" and collecting all pages for the "Draconic For Dummies" book, and the tedious work to get all 10 of those stupid Ingots.Even though I am without the epic mount, having the Scepter and the Feat still makes me a proud Druid, and gives me a feeling of being an old and wise resident of the World... of Warcraft.
Stood in the FireStood in the fire. I was in Uldum, the sky went purple and I was all OH CRAP! Then I was crispy.
50 Exalted factions.