Hallow's End by far. The Horsemen is an interesting character, and all the masks and wands (and pumpkins and decorations) really make the whole game seem festive. It helps halloween is my favorite IRL holiday.
For me it has to be Children's Week. It was the very first Holiday Event that I experienced in World of Warcraft, I was simply amazed at seeing all the changes in the environment and the dynamic quests, how for the first time I felt like my character was actually doing something to give back. It was a huge change from killing orcs (yes I play alliance) and fetching cooking ingredients, seeing the "Heroes" of the world doing something for the most unfortunate victims of wars. It has and will always be my favorite holiday.
Really love brewfest! The music, the items, the quest and the BOOZE is just pure epicness :D And walking around with the magic naked gnome glasses is pretty neato aswell ;D
I'd say Hallow's End, as there is just so much that you can do for it, and it has the coolest rewards. If only the broom lasted forever! >.<
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One of my favorite holidays is Children's Week. I really enjoy the quest that give you an option of which companion to get. Along with the achievements that go along with Children's Week.
my favourite event is the brewfest i have done it every year for the last 4 years without fail and have collected the steins ^^.
My favorite WoW Holiday is Children's Week because you get to drag a little kid all over Azeroth and be a bad influence on it! :P And you get a pet!
Hallow's End would be my favorite. The 5-man event, and the world events make it very entertaining to me. I also especially like trick or treating around all of Azeroth and Outland. Bonus is the insta-cast mount (broom) and the two new pets added this year.
My favorite holiday would probably be brewfest cause its the only one where rng doesnt hate me lol finally got my ram this year :D
My favourite holiday event in WoW has always been Hallow's End. I love the brooms that I wish would last all year or at least wish we could learn them so that we could whip them out next year when Hallow's End blesses us once again; tthe trick or treating that has sadly been removed; the headless horseman in the level 10ish towns outside the cities and in Scarlet Monastery are delightful; and then there are the costumes and pumpkin heads to be thrown on one and all add to the merriment.
I still love hallows end because I've been playing a forsaken for many years and Halloween is my favorite holiday outside of the game. Also I love the voice work they do on the headless horseman,