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I am most proud of the Exalted Argent Champion of the Horde achievement, because of gaining the most important(for me) title...the Crusader title. In reality my name is Cruceat(Crusader in romanian), and now I show proud my name in wow too, every second I get logged in."Honor to the Horde and the Argent Crusade!"
My Loremaster achievement.Because it requires full patience.And becoming a Loremaster honors me.
I'm most-proud of my Hand of A'dal title/achievement, the reason being that I earned it during Wrath of the Lich King, not Burning Crusade.The one time my BC guild killed Kael, I was absent, and they never bothered to do it again. I had completed all the chains and had Vashj's vial, just needed Kael's. And then Blizzard announced that the chain would no longer award a title... I was majorly disheartened.Then I saw a post on the official WoW forums that someone had gotten their title after it was removed. As it turned out, there were two quest IDs for the vial quest: the old one that awarded a title, and the new one that did not. As you can imagine, I held on to that older quest and spent two years looking for people who finally wanted to kill him and take me along, until last Fall when I finally got it!
I'd have to say that while I have so many favorite achievements that for the purposes of this contest I'll have to say The reason is that this Feat of Strength is the only thing to show that you've accomplished not just a single feat like "Eat X amount of Y" or "Collect X amount of Y" or even by defeating bosses in unique and challenging ways, but that you have gone through the entirety of this game to collect all of these achievements. While it will vary from player to player which achievements they have obtained to get up to 9000 achievements points it still shows for every player that you have dedicated so much time to experiencing this game, all the way from to my own latest .Of all the Meta-achievements in the game this is my favorite for showing that I've done so many achievements!
Hmmm, I am most proud of my Duel-icious achievement. When I first started playing WoW I thought it was so bland and boring, but one day when I was but a lonely N-elf dancing on a light-pole in the starting area with no gear on for entertainment when I was savagely murdered by another player, not knowing what to do I just kept rezzing over and over attempting to flee just to be slaughtered mercilessly countless times. Then it happened, an 80 human paladin came to my rescue, fighting off the twisted horde and allowing me to survive in the wilderness of the 'Great tree', after seeing how this one player decided to stop what he was doing to help me inspired me to do the same, and fight off the vile Horde in our land, and so started an epic crusade of PvPness.
The Professor achievement, since it's one thing to know the lore, quite another to dig it all up.
I'm a huge sucker for vanity pets, so I'm very happy that I just got the Menagerie achievement the other day. I'm up to 130 companions now, but my Remmen'aka is by far my favorite. How awesome is it to have a companion with a backstory!
The Frozen Throne (10 player)This achievement will forever be my favorite for i tanked it, and i got it in one night.First time i ever saw him too. To this day my paladin still uses the title, i refuse to turn it off.
The only achievement I was ever proud of was The Love Fool. I got it on the last day of Valentines, a few hours before it ended, because my guild was finally able to take me to a dungeon to get the roses.
I have to say my favourite achievement I earned was the Feat of Strength, The Fifth Element. Now you will probably say "lame", lets say that I was not yet 60 when BC came out, and I picked up a quest in Azshara before I went to Outlands called "Poisoned Water". Lucky for me this quest was a requirement for the chain, and when I went to clear out my logs at 80 I did the chain instead. I think the achievement is getting anyone to actually do the lvl 60 raids again >.>