I'm most proud of a friend's achievement I helped him get. Batllemaster. We worked hard to get it together, and it felt good knowing he got something he really wanted, regardless if i got it or not.
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It's Over Nine Thousand!Over 9000 Feat of strengthJust because I like it a lot. And it took me a while to get it.
Dreadsteed of Xoroth. I didn't manage to get it done before the horse was trainer-buyable at lvl 40, but I had already spent the money on the mats by that point and I'd be damned if I wasn't going to use them.
Mountain of Mounts (100 mount achievement). Being a mount collector takes a lot of dedication, especially if you're not a raider.
The achievement I am most proud of is probably the Winterspring Frostsaber feat of strength. I got the mount on my warlock a long time ago, before they did anything to make it easier. It was very time consuming, but I stuck with it and was rewarded with a bright purple tiger to ride around on! I was so happy when I was finally finished that I would ride it everywhere I could!I am also quite proud of my Lieutenant Commander feat of strength. I didn't go all the way to Grand Marshal, but I had fun getting up to the rank that I did earn. My warlock uses that title all the time, and I don't think I'll ever make her use another.
I'm pretty dang proud of my Defender of a Shattered world achievement and title because it took a lot of effort of me and my guild to acquire plus it's the first time I really got into hardcore raiding.
I am very very proud of Achievement. I believe I earned this achievement a month after Cataclysm's revealing (when blizz first said they were breaking Azeroth). I have quite a few achievements, including the death of the Lich King, but I can't go a week without my Loremaster title.