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It's gotta be Hallow's End. The harmless pranking, the costumes, the candy! ...and the Headless Horseman's mount which keeps eluding me. It's just good, clean fun!
Midsummer Fire Festival. It is the best time to level a new char because of the experience boost and the fire damage buff.
I've always favored the Midsummer Fire festival, maybe because it's the first one I did on alts as well.
My favorite holiday in wow is definatley halloween, the pumpkins everywhere and changed scenary has a cool feeling to it. Not only that, the headless horsemen event that take place really shows how the wow community is very peacful, and how we all work together to save the town. The event's atmosphere is just great and it makes you feel happy and like your all in one team, working together to put out the fires. Blizzard really has done a good job in bringing the community together and making everyone feel welcome. ;)
Children's week is one of the best, u can collect a lot of pets from this holiday and show the world to some orphans
Hallow's End if I win something for it! Also, there's a nice surprise at every inn you happen upon. No other holidays feel so expansive.
My favorite holiday is definitely Winter Veil. They are usually pretty creative each year and it doesn't feel like the same old thing every time. Plus I'm a sucker for the toys and nobody actually plays with theirs outside of the event itself.
Hallow's End is by far my favorite event. I love seeing everyone in Goldshire putting out the fires. You get to see people that you normally don't get to see. People get to also improve their teamwork too! :)
So far Hallows Eve is my Fav... course I just started WoW , just as Brewfest ended...
I actually have many favorites, but since I can only write about one, I love the Lunar Festival. It is so unlike anything I get to celebrate in real life. Over the years I've been so dedicated with the holidays that I've collected every single outfit and every single recipe. I love how you get to go to Moonglade even if you are not a Druid since that used to be very difficult and it makes Moonglade hold a special place in my heart. Something about seeing all the lights, fireworks, and general festivities makes me so happy and joyous, it even carries over into real life even if I would otherwise be down. I guess you could say it reminds me of peace.