Hmmm personally it's gotta be Brewfest! :D All that wonderful beer and food, chucking steins at dwarves, taking kegs and having an excuse to be drunk all the time ... What's not to love? Also, it lasts all year round if you're a Brew of the Month Member!
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What is your favorite holiday in World of Warcraft and why?I would say the best holiday i like in WoW is probably "Fool for Love", the way you go around shooting Silver arrows at players, the regret in the morning, not to forget Rose Petals on the different players, actually brings out the love people feel in that time of the year in their own lives out in the game. :)
Love is in the air! Lots of cheers and happiness flowing through the world, NPCs you wouldn't expect to be able to love act like crazy teenagers... What else do you need to get the right mood? Love the achievements too!
Winter Veil for sure, they always bring something new to the table. Love the presents!
Halloween is my favorite WoW holiday. It has the most depth and fun factory to it. The Headless Horsemen is a classic villain with a Blizz twist, and extremely well done. The broomsticks, the loot, and of course the Horsemen's Helm are all awesome, as is adding in the wicker-man and stink bombs, with the candy and masks. Awesome time to play.
I've always liked Brewfest the best, the quests and mounts are fantastic.
Noblegarden. The egg-hunt was so great! Some players are camping respawn points and other players are "stealing their eggs" :) It felt impossible to complete :)
My favorite "holiday" in World of Warcraft has got to be 'Children's Week'.I guess it's because while you're escorting around a young NPC, it makes you go around and see parts of the game that really aren't used much anymore, and I'm a huge fan of the game in it's entirety.
I'm gonna have to go with Hallow's End. I still remember venturing into Darkshire on my first toon, a lvl 20ish human, on Halloween a few years ago. Finally made it through the wilderness into town, wondering who kept shouting all the time. I walk onto the town square and who comes storming in right at that moment? Stitches the abomination. I think I spend the rest of that night on top of one of the buildings there, just in case he returned once more...
xmas holiday event - its a festive season and you are in a good spirited mood with other players and most players are not so cocky in game lol Its just enjoyable during that time.
Children's Week. Mainly because I think it's cute the way the kids you take out react to everything, especially when the outland orphans meet Nozdomu. It shows us that even if the world of Azeroth is a grim place to be, it doesn't seem that way through the eyes of a child. Plus, me and a friend use it as an excuse to roleplay (with our Belves) that we're a set of adoptive parents who are excused from duty, which I feel is a nice twist from the norm.