Hallow's End! When I first started playing WoW, it was with my boyfriend and hallow's end had just started. We had such a blast running around Dun Morogh with our silly masks on and zapping each other with any wands we got! It's still one of my best WoW memories and Hallow's End always makes me feel so nostalgic!
I have to say my favorite noblegarden love being a bunny and hunting the eggs, makes me feel like a kid all over
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It's a close call, but I'd have to go with Lunar Festival; it is perhaps the most contemplative of the lot, though there's much to be said for a good fireworks display as well. Contemplation and fireworks go well together, especially when shared with the right person.And I'll agree with Kawnie, it would be fantastic if the elders would give us some real snippets of Azeroth past; it's great fodder for those of us who still like a little roleplay with our WoW. It could be a great opportunity to deepen the lore, if Blizzard took it.
The Feast of Winter Veil, they always do a great job making the town look christmassy (I mean Winter Veily of course) and I always enjoy logging onto Warcraft during those days, sitting in Orgrimmar suddenly becomes very cozy. <3
Personally i prefer Hallow's End, except for the fact that the darn mount never drops for me...NEVER!
what your favorite holiday in World of Warcraft is and why My Favorite holiday is Brewfest, I was lucky early on and got a Kodo on my Rogue. I went on to get the Kodo twice on my Mage in 2 days. When they introduced the loot bags no one told me about them so I farmed Coren Direbrew 8 time before I finally lamented in party chat, "Doesn't this guy drop weapons anymore? I needed Direbrew's Bloodied Shanker. Some helpful random party member clued me in, I opened my bags, found my Keg-Shaped Treasure Chest and got my dagger. It was a good day. Brewfest remains the only holiday I have good luck with and the Brew of the Month club is the gift that keeps on giving.
I would say hollows eve, just because of the headless horseman and all his rhymes, I love rhymes
Lunar Festival, between the world boss and having to travel into every dungeon and near every inch of Azeroth, it's the most encompassing of all of them
Winter Veil, christmas and new year make people happy..+ snowballs!
Hallow's End! Azeroth is the one place where I am still able to get dressed up and go door-to-door for treats without being asked "Aren't you a little old for this?"