Winter Veil even though Halloween is my favorite irl. I love to see how Christmas is reflected in Azeroth and of course presents aren't too bad either. ;]
Winterveil...Cause its a jolly and great time and will always remind me of the great christmases i had together with my mom and family...And mom really loved the rudolph mount...It's the time where friends and family gets together...things cant get better than that.. :)
I have to vote Noblegarden. It holds fond memories for me.Two years ago, I bumped into a rather friendly Druid whilst collecting eggs around the buildings in Goldshire. I am now living with him in real life:)
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My favourite would be Noblegarden. Egg hunting, a classy outfit and bunny ears!
Love is in the air. Just a pure awesome holiday. And brings some nice love to the game
I don't know about you, but the concept of Children’s Week amuses me on many levels. I often think: “You know what could make my day to day wildlife/demon/opposing faction slaughter even better? Making children watch me do it. Having doe-eyed little Alliancelings or Hordlings, perhaps orphaned by violence, watch me sever the limbs of my opponents, and then watch as the severed limbs wave gaily in the air, free from the tyranny of their loathsome, oppressive torsos.”Perhaps I should worry that I often think this. Perhaps I should worry that I hear popular children's television vampires count my quest objectives: "One, two, three ichor-covered murloc heads! Ah-ah-ah!"So instead, perhaps I should be using this holiday to showcase innocence; Maybe my Horde opponents will think twice before striking me if they see me covering a helpless orphan. Maybe they will begin to contemplate the horror and futility of constant warfare.And then while the Horde member is thinking, I can remove his jugular with my teeth and tie it into a festive balloon animal.For the children.Skytail
I would have to say its a toss up between the Feast of Winter Veil and Children's Week. I like helping the kids from both factions ( I play both factions) and taking them around the world, as it makes me remember the time I started playing World of Warcraft, I was taking it all in just like the kids from both factions do. It's makes you feel so small again, because the world is so big. Helping the children from both faction puts an aspect of humanity in the game because it shows no matter what race you are you and other people still care for your kids. Its where you get a to be a role model for them, showing them its not always about killing things, but enjoying yourself also. The reason I like Feast of the Winter Veil is simple. You help people more than you ever do in the year. Spending time with your friends, guild, or just random people makes it fun for me and them. Whether its just helping then craft something to Running them through dungeons, it's always nice to see a smile on someones face. Isn't that worth helping someone out? Seeing them enjoy themselves, seeing how happy they are, But even though i love both holidays, my most favorite holiday is Feast of Winter Veil. I help more people than I do when Children's Week is going on. Its not always about the presents, its about spending time with friends, your guild, family, or people. That's why my favorite Holiday Is Feast of Winter Veil.
I like winter veil. I like that we have some things to do and have to wait to get a couple gifts on christmas.
It's a bit of a battle between Hallow's End and the Feast of Winter Veil.Hallow's End because the masks make people look a bit silly (like a male orc wearing a female draenei mask) and being able to throw around costumes at people, which they may or may not find annoying. Then there's also trying to stop the Headless Horseman from burning down towns, smashing the pumpkin and ultimately confronting him at the Scarlet Monastery to defeat him once and for all!But there's also the Feast of Winter Veil, the feast that has lots and lots of snow, and I love snow. The endless amount of snowballs allow me to pelt everyone with 'em (and probably having the dodge a few myself)Ofcourse, there's also the feeling that it's a holiday to sit around a fireplace, drinking something warm.Ending with the surprises that are waiting under the tree.I'd have to say the Feast of Winter Veil is my favorite holiday, but Hallow's End is a close second!
I like midsummer's fire festival best. It's a great way to level alts and brings in a lot of gold. Also wicked cool scythe.
For me it's Hallows end, partially because of the ease to collect certain items, such as the companion pets, I also enjoy the amount of exploring needed to collect certain achievements, the exploration gives it the fun and adventure needed for a holiday, the daily quests are an added bonus making the gameplay experience even more enjoyable, I also like the towns new make-over with all the pumpkins, and who doesn't love free candy?I also enjoy the costume side of this holiday, the masks and wands create a refreshing change just for a few days which creates more fun in game, the achievements such as Tricks and Treats of Azeroth can stir up some competetive spirit, racing to find all the candy buckets.
Brewfest is my favorite holiday. I like the atmosphere, and I thoroughly enjoy drinking beers and throwing the empty mugs at the Dark Iron Dwarves. It makes me feel like I'm getting even for all of those times my party wiped in the Grim Guzzler in BRD back in the day. I also enjoy downing the brewmaster for useful loot and summonable brew maidens that give you beer when you wave at them. The Brewfest Kodo is a nice mount for the alliance side too, and of course the brewfest pony keg is great fun for everyone when there's some down time.
Hallow's End -- Something for everyone to love!
Better than any other holiday is the winter veil, it is by far the best holiday on wow It was the first holiday I experienced when I started playing and some how reminds me of a simpler time when orcs and men can just get along and save a magic reindeer. and to open presents under a virtual tree with thousands of other players gets me all warm and fuzzy inside. Ah the good old days.