I'd have to say Hallow's End is, actually. Nothing's more badass than scaring the hell out of EVERYONE and anyone. ;)
For me I would have to say Childrens Week, yes it is a short holiday but I just love it so much.running around with your orphan taking him/her all over Azeroth, Outlands, Northrend getting all those interesting and wicked cool companion pets.Also being raised in a foster home seeing this holiday really makes me happy :D.
I would have to say Winter Veil, that was the first holiday they had in game and it was very exciting seeing the world change and some of the neat things they added in. I always love that time of year for familly and presents but having the event in this game that I was hooked on made that year so much better.
Hallow's End is a close second, but I definitely have to go with Brewfest. Getting drunk, joining the Brew-of-the-Month club, the kodo mount -- these are all great. (On the down side, I must admit that I find the ram racing tedious, but every holiday has tedious parts you can choose to do)
Gonna have to say Brewfest is my favorite holiday... can't beat being hammered all the time...
Noblegarden i love just sitting in a city and easter egg hunting for like 3 hours while just talking to friends on vent.
This post was from a user who has deleted their account.
Midsummer has to be my favorite holiday. From the appearance of the fire crown, to the thrill of breaking into enemy capitals to steal their fire; this was one of the first holidays to really catch my attention, when it was first released. After a while it has become a grind to get the achievements on yet another character, but no other festive event has caught my imagination quite like this one did.
My favorite holiday in wow is Pilgrim's Bounty because I can easily level all my alt's cooking maxed out for a very little cost. So I always make sure I get my new toons I've made that year ready to go and cook baby!
I would have to say my favorite time of year is the Winter Veil. Just the absolutely silliness and festive spirit of it. There's no enemy to kill. There's no great threat looming. Snowballs fly through the air. People anxiously await to see what their presents will be this time around, and for an adult who no longer gets all sorts of really cool presents at Christmas in real life, I find myself able to tap into just a tiny bit of that joy of Christmas morning during childhood when I open my character's presents in WoW.Maybe it's just pixels, yeah, and ones that a bunch of other people got to, but that doesn't change the fact that I was among them, or that Blizzard cares enough about making their subscribers happy that they dedicate the time to make cool presents. They don't have to. People would still play if Winter Veil disappeared. But they do anyway, and so yeah, it 'does' mean something to me. If any other posters read this comment, I hope you'll think about that as well, and maybe when you log in and get your presents in WoW, they'll bring a smile to your face too.
My favorite Holiday is Mid Summer Fire Festival. I believe it encourages world travel, world pvp, and pole dancing ;).Also, I really like the tabards obtained from Ahune, the holiday boss during this event. And well, this was the last holiday achievement I obtained before I got my Purple Protodrake :)
I love Winter Veil, mostly because I love Christmas in real life and the quests and achieves are lots of fun to do!
I love children's week due to the good variety of pets and cool things you can take your orphan with you to do :)
My favorite holiday is Brewfest. Its a festival for booze. Nuff said
My favorite holiday is Hallows End, It was the first holiday that I really got to enjoy with the release of achievements I had so much fun traveling around with my friends. It brought us all together and it really touched me when they were all willing to help me obtain the amazing flying horse mount. I'll never forget that day and how much it means to have good friends!