Well Read would have to be mine, i started playing just at the start of Wrath, and was told by my guild leader at the time that i would never get this as i couldn't stand still long enough, and i was over the moon when a couple of weeks ago i actually DID IT, i went in idk how many for the hordes just to get the books in SW and IF and i was over the moon, almost 2 years of hard work research and well a heap of time AND I GOT IT WOOOOOOOOO.......so people who know of me and don't think so there is the proof i am well read
Completing 1k quests and 20 Dungeon quests. I've been playing solo most of my time on WoW but would like to start doing more group achievements. Unfortunately work is counterproductive to my time playing.... bummer.
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Most likely Herald of the Titans, as I loved the Algalon encounter, and enjoyed doing it with the proper gear.
It's over nine thousand hands down. Love the dbz ref
My most favorite Achievement that I have is the achievement for Karazhan. Even thought the achievement wasn't implemented when I cleared it, I still look at the achievement and think of my first run through that place and the epic feeling it had, since it was my first raid. Therefore the achievement for karazhan is my most favorite achievement.
Universal Explorer For me it was the most fun achievement to do, without being boring. I Felt like a Real Explorer going through all the corners of Azeroth =D I have to admit there was a coupleof places that left me frustrated and i had to use WoWhead to figure the spot out, but it was great, seeing all the zones all the places Loved Doing it =) Now on to the Loremaster, it would be my favorite but it has Questes that are boring, thought i want to know all about all the zones =) especially after Cataclysm :DSry if it's a repost i think my last one had an error
Onyxia's Lair (level 60)... <3 I did this in a group of 7 lvl 60 and 3 lvl 80, but was my first raid.
I got Knight Lieutenant pre TBC, Which became an achievement when they came in, pretty proud of that took a lot of day long AV's. Obviously titles are back so not quite as distinctive as before.
Loremaster, 12/31/2008. Completed pre-nerf with a turn in of Mooncloth to the Timbermaw. I'd been playing since classic, and quest completion and the lore behind the scenes has always been the most interesting to me. From very early on, I had worked to be a completionist as far as quests, and this was going to be one of those proofs of dedication. While some achievements are displays of skill and teamwork, such as Alone in the Darkness or The Safety Dance, Loremaster was something that took concentration and time, often without the involvement of others. Loremaster was a matter of pride and frustration, scouring the continents for those last few quests that even mods couldn't figure out for us.Even now, after the many changes to the achievement, I still wear my Loremaster title with pride. I did it. I did it before it was clean cut and easy to progress through... and I did it without mods to point me where I needed to go. It would be another five months before my wife completed hers. This was a challenge, purely for myself to complete, and I stepped up. For that, Loremaster stands above the rest.!