Hallow's End is totally my favorite! I love all the candy and the masks, and my favorite part is either killing the Headless Horseman, or throwing pumpkins at the Alliance :)
Hallow's End is my favorite. I like hearing the Headless Horseman in the background. It is kind of creepy, yet awesome at the same time.
The holiday I have the most fun with is Brewfest followed by Hollows End! The Brewfest is awesome where else do you get an achievement for getting smashed and hunting an imaginary animal that you get to keep as a pet!
My favorite has been the Midsummer Fire Festival. I've gotten Ahune's frostscythe 3 years in a row on my lock - kept all 3, plus the full festival garb, in my bank for those times I really just wanna bust out a fiery dance in the snow!
Brewfest, cause i love beer and driving the iron dwarves away! :D
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My favorite holiday is Noblegarden, because it was the first holiday I participated in when I joined WoW. I have fond memories of my friend and I being level thirty and treking our way through Searing Gorge and Burning Steppes (So. Many. Angry. Imps.) to get to Badlands to get Desert Rose and earning me my first title ever.My first trip into Un'goro also came from that holiday... and my first encounter with the Ninjasaur. D:
Oh my favorite WoW holiday has to be Midsummer, since when i started playing when i reached level 70ish, the holiday was nearing it's end so i rushed to 78 to be able to kill Ahune, then did all the rest of the achievements and got my first title before i even reached level 80. Loved all the dailies with it too, the fact that i got a cloak for when i hit 80 and the favorite part was the flaming dancing draenei chick :).
For me it's Brewfest, but just because I can't ever get the mount to drop from the Horseman.:(
What a wonderful idea to have this type of contest. To be honest though I do not really want any of the stuff but rather just share my favorite holiday, Brewfest. While not personally of German decent I am very close friends with many Germans, even many Bavarians as well who first introduced me into the holiday. I've been brewing ale, wine, and alcohol in general ever since I turned legal age and have been doing it since. I love a nice brew after a long days work and it's a very unique and fun loving culture that gives a different reflection on life.One reason I love Oktoberfest in general is the timing. As soon as the weather starts to cool down and bit and we see the light breeze bring forth the first changing leaf, you know that the most beautiful time of year, Autumn, is coming and its bringing it's good friend Oktoberfest with it. I am from the Eastern Woodland part of America (east coast) and have always lived in a more rural and forest type of area. Sure we may not have it 72 and sunny all day everyday in California but the consistent and noticeable change of seasons is the more tranquil and harmonious experience I've ever had. The change that Autumn brings about is such a vast change out here in the forest where a sea of green turns into oranges, reds, browns, and all sorts of beautiful artistic creations only a true and loving God could create.Other reasons to love Oktoberfest are the beer and the food. I think we can all appreciate chugging back a cold one with a pretzel or fries, no matter what the occasion. Yet the German culture surrounding it is to unique that I cannot type it in this box. The traditional German garb and dancing is very festive and the Ode to Ale, forget about it. To see such a rich and uniquely profound festival that is so much more than "some drunkards getting drunk" put into the game just blows me away. So much so that I even took the liberty to buy myself the Tankard O' Terror real life version as soon as it became available.Finally, the balance is what brings this holiday right on home. Sure there's a lot of rich cultural meaning behind all of it, which Blizzard does an excellent job of keeping somewhat relevant. Yet on the same note they are able to keep in a lot of fun as well and some goofy things like and what not. That perfect balance of real tradition and just loose fun allows people of all backgrounds to just let go and enjoy a festival where the main focus is inebriation.Not to mention the uniqueness of items available. The Brewfest mounts consistently remain some of the rarest mounts in game mainly due to their limited time offer and RNG luck requirement. They are not really farm-able. The pets are also unique in the sense that you will not go around and about seeing the Woppletinger over played by everybody. Your either in the party with that person or extremely drunk keeping these pets interesting and sparse throughout the year.
BREWFEST! :D lost of drinking and mounts and so on, plus ive noticed that people are way more fun in tradechat during brewfest than any other time :)
My favourite holiday just has to be Hallow's End (despite still not having the Horseman's Reins after many years of trying!) because of the fact that it celebrates the Forsaken breaking free from the grip of the Scourge, which reminds me of good ol' days playing Warcraft III. On top of that, Sylvanas is one of my favourite characters in lore, plus the holiday itself encourages you to travel around Azeroth.. even if it's just to trick or treat or collect all of those sugary sweets!
My favorite season is Winter Veil because you get a lot of presents :D.It's the time of the year when everybody is nice to each other and you'r also free from school :)And of course, who doesn't like an orc Santa Claus? :D
Winter Veil: snowballs, riding a reindeer, and having a helpful little gnome trail me around! (And no logging in every day to throw myself at a boss who will steadfastly refuse to drop the mount I so desperately desire.)
I'm going to have to go with Brewfest as my favorite. 70% of my characters are dwarves. I love Ironforge and questing in and around it. Most importantly, Brewfest rewards you with the title of Brewmaster, of which I am one, at least in my little homebrewing venture with my brother making our own mead.
Hallow's End.Just because nightmare is everywhere!