My favorite holiday in WoW has to be brewfest. It was the first holiday I ever expirienced in WoW, and I remember it fondly. My favorite memory would have to be getting drunk with friends (Both Ally and Horde) at halaa and having a drunken pvp battle royale. For future reference:Drunk + pvp + heights + cliffs with no railing preventing falling off =/= good combination.
Hallow's End. I love Halloween, and I like all the little things like the wands and masks.
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Definitely Hallow's End! The whole thing is fun, love the headless horseman, and inspired me to decorate my whole house this year! Happy stink bombing!
For me, the best holiday is Children's Week. It's a time where we are all reminded to be grateful for what we have... some people don't even have a mom or a dad and look to others for guidance. We are able to be a "superstar" to someone who's world is so small and make things that seem so simple, so bright and wonderous. I enjoy having that priviledge. It shows that even someone who has nothing, can give you the gift of happiness!
I am going with Hallows end.Kill the Headless Horseman day after day never gets old. Washington Irving never dreamed this would happen! LOLBeing of Irish Descent, the HH is part of our culture, though his "whip" is a human spine.. Blizz.. take note please. ;)
My favourite holiday in WoW is Winter Veil.To be quite honest there isn't very much you can actually do during the holiday.The general mood of everything just seems so nice to me.It might just be because Christmas is my favourite real holiday.Gotta love them presents!
Love is in the airCome on now, who doesn't need a lil love, even from a video game =)))
Hallow's End, because its Halloween+a mount+dailies+feline familiar!
Hallow's End has always been my favorite WoW holiday. Partly because it is the holiday for the Forsaken (forsaken rogue was my first and still only character), and partly because I just love all the trick or treating, costumes, etc. My first Hallow's End was back in 2008, right when achievements went in. I put a lot of work into trying to get all the achievements, because I desperately wanted to get "the Hallowed" as my title (I didn't have any titles at all at that point). I finally pulled it off on 10/31/2008 when I won the roll for a Hallowed Helm, completing Sinister Calling and getting me the meta.Even now I still enjoy Hallow's End immensely. I don't know how many times this year I've killed the Horseman just for fun, and I've pretty much spent every minute of it with a mask or a costume on. Plus the new pets are awesome, and will probably continue to be favorites (along with the squashling) well into the future.
My favourite holiday is Children's Week. I just really like how all the quests are built and how you're supposed to make the life of an orphan better, even if it's just for a day. It would be great if as many people would do this in real-life - if given the possibilities - as in WoW.I just really like the message behind it.
Winter Veil is my favorite! who doesnt like getting free presents ^_^
Without a doubt Winter Veil. The cold and events bring everyone together. And when that last day of year comes around, everyone realizes we are all one big online family!
Brewfest.Reminds me of Oktoberfest and BEER!
Lunar Festival. Simply because it reminds me to honor those I have lost due to old age or sickness. It also reminds me how much my grandmother did for me and I didn't even realize it. When I was young I'll admit I was the bratty child of my family, and every time I went to go see my grandmother instead of a toy or candy; she made us pick out a book. Instead of watching TV she wanted us to read and write to explore our creative sides.She passed away when I was only ten, but I never realized how much of an influence she became in my life until I was older. If it weren't for her, I would have never become a writer and an artist. So I honor my grandmother and the rest of my elders that have come to pass in my lifetime. And that is why Lunar Festival is my favorite. :)
Brewfest! Everyone loves a kegger!
Love is in the air would have to be my favorite holiday. It reminds me of my high school years with my nutty teacher who would dress up like cupid and randomly place pieces of tape on students much akin to cupid or in Wows case peddlefeet shooting love arrows at people and the sheer amount of candy that was given out both by our student council raising money for something to teachers handing it out in the spirit of the holiday and dont forget the girls who thought it was so cool to spray massive amount of perfume all over the place. It also reminds of me my elementary years with bracelets and cards being given out to everyone. Seriously all that was missing was rose petals all over the place and some crazy people trying to stop it and it would have been like the holiday in WoW.