Brewfest!Being a beer enthusiast makes it obvious!I like to sip lager beers and farm achievements! :D
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I think Hallow's End is my favorite... there's so much stuff to do. Lots of quests, the SM boss, achievements, pets to get, zones to visit, pranks to pull :). Also the putting out the fires quest really impressed me the first time I ran into it. The sense of urgency and team work needed, the quick calls made to other friends to come help put out the fires was really interesting.
I <3 Hallow's End as well.
I have to say hallows end, it was the first holiday i saw in-game, so it holds a lot of memory for me :), when i first saw goldshire on fire i just panicked lol :), gotta love Halloween too
For me the best one is the Brewfest cause it was a very funny day! i said to my friends: "Let's gather for a Beer"!And the next minute we gathered all to Ironforge drinking beers and having a lot of fun!
It isn't Brewfest, though I do so love killing drunk dwarves. Nor is it Hallo's End, though it comes in a close second. My favorite holiday is Midsummer! I've been an off-and-on WoW player since the first days of vanilla, but didn't get into it until BC.I still remember flying around Outland, hitting every bonfire, flying around with all my alts, doing dailies for rep and mounts.Great times! Miss all that CC and dungeon tricks.
Winter Veil. Christmas is my favorite holiday in real life and I like seeing some of it reflected in Azeroth. Besides, new present every year!
I'm a bit torn which one I like the best, Hallows End or the Midsummer festival. Both got lots of quests, achievments and things to see and experience. For an altoholic like me, it's both easy gold and exp to be obtained.But in the end, I have to say Hallows End due to the combination of the Headless horseman's rhymes ( who still refuses to put his mount in my pumpkin) and the oportunity to sneakily turn both guildmates and random party members into ghosts, bats, whisps, pirates, ninjas.. you name it.A sidenote on that; I really like that Blizzard made the wands obtainable with the candies this year. Go go raid full of pirates!
I would have to say that Lunar Festival is my favorite WoW Holiday. No other holiday comes close to getting the player around ALL of Azeroth, Outland, and Northrend. It focuses on the lore of the game; and the items that u receive don't create TOO much bag clutter because of stackability.Hallow's End is a close second, because of player involvement, and it is always funny to hear my toon cackle when he's Pumpkin'd an opposing faction member. The worse part of Hallow's End is that items don't stack. While trying to conserve all the goodies, bag space goes out the window. I wish the masks and wands especially stacked, even if no more than 5/stack. No telling how many times I was in the middle of my rounds getting the innkeeper's pumpkins, when I ping on the dungeon que and inevitably have to start dropping stacks of treats in the middle.
Spent a lot of time deciding between Hallow's End and Winter's Veil, since I like both of these holidays and what they have to offer, but my final decision was Hallow's End for 2 reasons:1) Looting the Headless Horseman's mount the first day of the event obviously made me a happier gamer :), and2) Getting /gkick-ed from four different guilds because of spamming snowballs during boss fights ruined my Winter's Veil holidays >:D
Hallow's EndUndead, and Goblins, and Squashlings brightCreep through Hallow's End on a cold October night.You hear the sound of running feet where nothing should be foundAnd the strangest things can be happen without a single sound.
I like Midsummer because it's a holiday which is unheard of in some parts of the world and the designs on many of the items, such as the tabards, are rather colorful and suitable for all-year-round use. Not to mention the actual implementation is wonderful for making gold and XP.
Brewfest, because every day is a holiday when you're drunk.
I would have to say Hallow's End is the best so far because the gear looks nuts and the quests are fun also and the theme around the city's look good aswell.
I would have to say Hallow's End. What's not to like about a halloween tribute ala homage to the Sleepy Hollow? The plate helm you can pilfer from it (85/plate-only) is cool enough to (at the very least) be considered the greatest re-occuring holiday item all year 'round.