Well, Hallow's End is great and all... Except that I'm a Druid. I end up in a raid with 9 awesome costumed guildies, and they all end up /pointing and /laughing. Sad Moonkin.As for my favorite, I think I'm going to pick the Midsummer Fire Festival over my runner-up, Brewfest.I just love any event that actively encourages world PvP. I've seen some pretty epic battles crop up around Goldshire during Midsummer, particularly when I can pull together some other horde players to just keep extinguishing the alliance fire over and over!
Definetly Brewfest. I just love the drinking and the revelry from the dwarves, and I love going out and ganking some Horde doing Brewfest :3
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Mine has got to be the Lunar Festival. It's a great chance for me to explore all the nooks and crannies in WoW, and it seems that every time the holiday comes around I'm able to find something new in the game that I missed the last time I went through.
My favorite holiday is Noble Garden, not sure if it's all the bunnies running around or just all the chocolate you get to eat, but I love it =)
Definitely Midsummer Fire Festival. It's just such a good excuse to dust my mount off and take a flight all around this beautiful world and laugh at all those whiners, wasting hours sitting in Stormwind and crying about how there is no world in WoW.
Brewfest! Because the Thunderbrew flows freely and the Dark Irons get a good thrashing.
Pilgrim's Bounty!1. Make us, rogue's more RP.2. Great meal, great time, great people.3. The time that actually my guild meets.
My favorite is brewfest, I love the ram speeds thing even though I get frustrated sometimes with them.
My favorite WoW holiday would have to be... Pilgrim's Bounty. True, there's not a ton to do (no holiday boss), but you get to throw food at people! I also have really good memories associated with it -- 2 years ago, I decided to sit in the Undercity courtyard and kill Alliance players on the first day of the holiday. After a while, I noticed there was a tauren shaman doing the same thing. He was there for hours! We sort of "teamed up" and took on a ton of players, and it was a lot of fun. When it was time to log for the night, I /waved and bid them a pleasant evening, and thanked them for the fun.Later on down the road, he became my very first WoW friend. :) I used to be very anti-social (on a MMO, hahaha), but he was the first person I actually started chatting with; he's since introduced me to a whole network of awesome WoW players, and we run dungeons and the like fairly often.So I guess I like Pilgrim's Bounty not as much for the activities, but for the happy memories of making my first in-game friends. Many <3s to Genen and Shinnyo -- you guys have made the game worth playing. :)
Love is in the Air Festival is my favorite! Love Rocket, baby!
i have to say hallow's eve since it was the first one i experienced as a wow player. And since i was a lowbie player i couldnt fully experience it. So when this year came around I have to say I tried everything! Especially since i now live in the philippines and they just dont celebrate like it was back in LA. So at least this still gives me some semblance of experiencing Halloween again :)
hallow's end is probably my favorite. easy xp from candy buckets for my alts. i hate that my main is going on about five years of trying to get that stupid mount, though. :(
The Lunar Festival.I'm a bit biased seeing as I main a druid, but I love seeing Moonglade transform from 'extremely barren blue village' to 'extremely populated blue village'. The fireworks are perfect for celebrations, and honoring ancestors seems a lot more respectable than swarming from town to town collecting candy.Also, back then being able to summon Eranikus on the first day.
I think my favorite holiday in WoW is Hallow's Eve, mostly because of the items. The Horseman's Helm giving you his wicked laugh, the pumpkin heads laughing as you throw them at someone, the squashling, all that stuff. I just like it more than the rest, most of the rest I don't even give a damn about.