I love all of them. Exactly ALL OF THEM. If i were to pick 1 of them i would choose Winter Veil. Both me and my wife love Christmas and i think that Winter Veil gives a HUGE + to the IRL holiday. Holiday spices, decorations and an all around cheer that couldn't be swept away not even by Deathwing's terror in the early times of Cata. That a freakin' outstanding thing :)
It's definitely Children's Week. I love collecting companion pets and that event gives a LOT of 'em.The lore behind it is quite nice as well. Who can resist going out with those adorable kids around azeroth? Hahaha
Only been playing since Jan, so my fav Holiday so far is Midsummer Fire Festival. It was awesome to fly around and steal the Horde fire and try to get back out alive. Helping other toons you just met. Exploring Kalimdor and Eastern Kingdoms to get all the fires for the title. Was a blazing good time. I am looking forward to Winter Veil also. I love Christmas in IRL and any winter celebration is always welcome.
Hallow's end is the best! I love trick-or-treating, candy buffs, costumes!
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My favorite World of Warcraft holiday is Brewfest. Fun boss fight and events that happen, and there's always something to buy from vendors. Dailies aren't too boring either. Followed by Hallows Ends. Beer and Halloween themes, can't go wrong.
Hallows End has always been my favorite WoW holiday and Halloween has always been my favorite real life holiday. I love the transformations in the game, turning people into things with the wands. I like the headless horseman event and the trick or treating around Azeroth and beyond. And even saving the town from burning is kind of entertaining when there are enough people to do it. And I love the new cat on the broomstick. Pure awesome.
Winter Veil is my favorite. Mostly because it was the first holiday I saw in WoW, and I remember walking into Orgrimmar amazed at what Blizzard had done. Plus, I got a crashin thrashin racer :)
Definitely the Lunar Festival. I really enjoy the theme--the age-old (heh) wisdom of respecting your elders. It was the first world event that made me travel around the world, but unlike trick-or-treating or fires, it takes you to remote places and inside dungeons, not just towns and the beaten path.
Winter's Veil.Why?Female Green Father Winter's Helpers!
Hallow's End - by far. The quests are fun. Flying through the Undercity bombing the Horde was a blast. And come on, who doesn't want the horse mount!
Brewfest of old. Use the mole machine, turn into a dwarf, and cheer on the band!
I would have to say I has always loved Winter's Veil. Every year I have woken up on that December day not only excited for festivities in life, but to see what blizzard cooked up for the various ticking, carefully wrapped and gaily wrapped presents that inhabit the Tree in Orgrimmar. It also present an opportunity to help people out on a larger scale. With the achievements requiring the Winter's Veil outfits, it always seems to be a rush to the auction house to sell the items at an inflated price to reap a profit off the holiday. Although this happens in the actual corporate world as well, I feel as though it works against the holiday spirit. Thus, I will occasionally farm the mats for the boots (as a leather worker) and hand them out to people who need them. It is this opportunity for kindness and the joy of various battling toys (a concept which apparently is being applied to Mists of Pandaria) that make this holiday so loved by me.
Lunar Festival is my favorite. Whats not to like? An outdoor raid, remembering our elders, and celebrating with fireworks. Not to mention there's some really sweet patterns/recipes that can be found during this holiday.