Brewfest is the Holiday for me,Downing that brew until I can barely see,My screen goes blurry my speech gets slurry,I put up my combo points and activate my blade flurry,Conan doesnt have anything on me,Cause my daggers strike so fast that even he cant see,The pugs jaws drop as my numbers add up,Recounts bugging due to all this sluggin'Conan goes down, I want my lootIm sure its better then those ugly christmas suits Then to my surprise my group all get kodosbut all I get is some dissapointing photos.But yeah brewfest is for sure my favorite holiday I love the trinkets, mounts and the general feel of oktoberfest in azeroth! +points for the original poem right? lol
The Lunar Festival is my favorite without a doubt. Traveling all over Azeroth, seeing the world, gaining tons of rep, and lighting off fireworks is always fun! Plus the world boss is fun because you can get both factions in on the Omen kill. I also really enjoy Brewfest because of all the mini games and neat stuff there is to acquire. The only thing i wish they would change about holidays would be making holiday mounts bind on account. That would make my grind to 100 mounts so much easier. Good luck all!
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Hallow's End is my favorite holiday because of the feline familiar. It's an adorable kitty with a wtich's hat that rides around on a broom! I have to imagine that if my kitty would want to dress up for Halloween, she would choose to look like the feline familiar.
Hmmm. I'd have to say the Hallow's Eve one.Mostly because I got the mount on my main, and I love the creepy atmosphere.
Brewfest all the way. I've spent half a decade fighting all manner of virtual nasties, usually with nothing more than a tenuous grasp on the motivations between our rivalries, but Brewfest gives us WoW's most believable reason to commit unspeakable acts of violence: Cuz we're drunk.
I would have to say Midsummer Fire Festival, was going on around the time I started playing WoW, Ribbon Dance for xp, makes lvling alts a little easier if you don't have heirlooms, and stacks with them if you do, and the Brazier of Dancing Flames, plus who doesn't enjoy putting someones fire out.
Hallows End because I'm now to old to trick or treat...... but not in game! o_-
The Headless Horseman's gotta be one of the biggest trolls in the game.He's got a really cool mount, a horse with friggin' FEL FIRE coming off of its hooves! But for the majority of us, will he drop it? Noooo, and why? *shifts eyes left then right and then leans it* 'Cause he wants us to keep coming back for more! That's right! And do you know why he wants us to keep coming back, every day for two weeks?You've heard him laugh, right? Everyone has.You know why? It's 'cause no matter how many times we kill him... no matter how many times we think we've defeated him every day, no matter how many times we believe we've just kicked his ass to Outland and back...He'll won't give us his mount, and so he gets the last laugh.*Nods sagely*Gorram it, Headless Horseman. Gorram it.
My favorite holiday would have to be the Midsummer Fire Festival for a few reasons. First, it gives people some incentive to actually get out in the world and do something instead of standing around SW/Org, which is a huge plus for any holiday. It also has a daily dungeon for nice gear and chances at fun items, as most holidays do. On top of those two holdfasts of WoW holiday events, the Fire Festival also has fun little minigames in the form of torch tossing. And, finally, it too has the array of items available for the OCD collectors among us that requires full holiday participation to acquire.So, basically, the Midsummer Fire Festival is my favorite because it gives you the most to do.
Well, I haven't been around yet for all the Holiday's in WoW. I love both Christmas and Halloween, so it'd be a hard choice between those two.I think I'd have to go with the Christmas event just because it was fun to log in and open all the different presents to see what was inside. Not sure if they plan on changing that or not this year, I hope not.
Winter Veil. I enjoy snowball fights.
My favourite would be the Lunar Festival. The main reason being that it fits into the lore of the game itself. A lot of the others seem to be ported in from real life. Only Midsummer comes as close. Another plus point is the whole respecting-the-ancestors thing. It fits in so well with the Night Elf and Tauren culture. The questline it had (not sure if it s still in Cata) was a nice tale of redemption..of sorts.