Definitely my favorite/most memorable achievement was beating down Razorgore in BWL for the first time after many months, failures and breakups over it !As for the achievement itself - Probably getting One Light in the Darkness (10 player) with my guildies!
Getting the Level 60 Onyxia Feat of Strength. After 60 Onyxia was taken out.No, really.
Champion of the Frozen Wastes on my DK before Ulduar came out, before my first guild broke apart. Was the only person in my guild to have it =)
glory of the raider for me :D
Outland Raider, BC was the most fun I've had in WoW. Lot of good memories there, including the guilds first KJ kill.
No question: What a Long, Strange Trip It's BeenThe amount of rescheduling it required of my real life was obnoxious, but in the end I felt like I'd almost accomplished something of which is was worth being proud!
It's not all that unique, but I had a real blast running around doing all the holiday events... Noble Gardener
I'm most proud of A Tribute to Insanity (25 player). My guild worked really hard for that achievement with our warrior tank, and we didn't get it. I finally made my set, on my paladin, and the one night we had 50/50 attempts, staring down at Anub'arak, I was terrified. I knew I would mess up and lose it for us. However, I pulled through, and we prevailed. Back then, being the add tank for all 4 adds, was not easy as a paladin, because holy shield would fall off in a matter of seconds. It was a thrilling victory and am very glad that we got it!
My favourite achievement would be Veteran of the Wrathgate. It had the best quest line and the best cinematic.
The nightfall title Achievement, Simply because as an affliction warlock i love it to pieces. It just FITS
One of my favorite times was getting the ironman in warsong gulch... mainly because i got it around level 25 when i had just started playing the game, and i was grinding warsong gulch to get gear (i had no idea how the game worked) this was just post BC so no expiriance either.... but getting my crusader title was also fun, mainly because i leveled alliance, got in, faction changed, and had to get it again.way to much work xD
I'm most proud of It's Over Nine Thousand! because it's a combination of most of my other achievements (9,230 points)
I never really focused on achievements but I was really happy about reaching level 80 for the first time, that and when I got the explorer achievement, I always liked to just go everywhere, even if I wasn't doing anything.
Veteran of the Shifting Sands Hands down. It was one I held on to in hopes that blizzard would yet again add another server for the AQ gates to be opened. Alas it didn't happen and i turned it in the day before the patch hit when they were going to remove it completely.
mine would have to be getting my kingslayer title and when i can it on my 4 other 85's i have since i only have it on 1 85 right now
The Achievement im most proud of is my Swift Zulian Tiger Achievement because i was asking people to help me get this mount for some time and no one would help me so one day blizzard announced ZG was going away so i went in solo after a patch that changed my stat, talents and spell. i tried to bear tank the three bosses of the fight but to changes made the fight difficult. so after a 15mins to a half hour or so of near deaths and near wins i finally win. then someone in guild chat ask to get a group to kill that same boss then i looked at the loot and the mount was there and i was like "O My God...O MY GOD, the tiger mount dropped. "
Ready for raidingI know it's common but it feels like "hey you're in college now". plus i got it on my first try
Blood Guard, pre cata. i did this as a resto shaman and back then you had to pvp alot to do it. shows dedication to a wonderful game
What a Long Strange Trip it's Been... all in one year, all the seasonal achievements, and a pretty purple proto-drake to show for it.
I love the fact that I have glory to the hero...it requires a lil bit of work but the red proto drake is so worth it!