I'd say the "Love is in the Air" holiday, being Valentines day, and my birthday. So it's always nice to log on and have stuff to do related to my birthday!
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Brewfest is my favorite holiday because the idea of drinking that much beer is almost hilarious.
Pirates' day, just because pirates are awesome.
I personally enjoy Hallows End cuz i celebrate my b-day on October 28 that and Halloween is my faverite holiday ppl say im to old to trick or treat but i say nobody is to old for candy. its also my fav cuz u get to bomb the horde as a prank and u get to travel all over azeroth for candy and the best part of all is the exitement that u get wen u fight the headless horseman and you hope that the pumpkin u get will have the horsemans mount in it. thats pretty much y i love Hallows End.
It's a cross between Brewfest or the Lunar Celebration since I like the ale and polka music of the former, but I love the culture and stylish outfits of the latter.
Hallow's End. I love Halloween and my favorite story of Halloween is the Legend of Sleepy Hollow. So, having the Headless Horseman in the game, makes me glued to WoW for 2 weeks.
Brewfest is definitely my favorite World of Warcraft holiday celebration because I get to dance to polka music, wear lederhosen, and get drunk a dozen times a day. Just like in real life!
Hallows End is by far my favorite event. Tons of character, fun daily quests, and the Headless Horseman design / encounter, while extremely easy, it terribly fun and interesting.
Hallow's End - because it's the most interactive event in my opinion, and everyone loves running around in other costumes. I just registered for this post :>. Cheers for the awesome website from Dxb.
My favorite WoW holiday is hallows end because the headless horseman has the best boss laugh of all time!
Children's week! When I was a kid I used to admire superheroes and I would be sad to be an orphan and to cheer these orphans during Children's week, I like to bring them out on an adventure they'll never forget. They look up to us (the players) the way we (as kids) used to look up to superheroes. In Children's week, we participate in activities together with these orphans and all I care about is to give these orphans a good time. During this period, to me there is no For the Horde! or For the Alliance!, its all about For the Children!
When I am sick, I tend to play some alt character to take my mind off feeling miserable. All I knew is that it was October, I wasn’t even sure what day it was. When my sinuses are stuffed up I don’t really want to lay down, adding to my fatigue. I was still playing alliance at the time, and I had just started my Human Rogue. While doing my training in Goldshire I heard through my headphones, “Prepare yourselves, the bells have tolled! Shelter your weak, your young and your old! Each of you shall pay the final sum! Cry for mercy; the reckoning has come!”This was the first year the horseman was striking the cities, and I had no idea what to expect. I ran out to the middle of town, the skies seemed darker. The city was on fire! I had never seen a dynamic event like this. I got to the water buckets and struggled to figure out how to stifle the flames. Once I worked out how to toss the water, it was too late. The buildings were completely engulfed, I wasn’t the only one running around and confused. The horseman flew above us, taunting, “The town still burns. A cleansing fire! Time is short, I’ll soon retire!”After several minutes with no coordinated strategy, the town was smoking and bright orange, and there was no way we were going to put things right. The spectral rider followed with, “Fire consumes! You’ve tried and failed. Let there be no doubt, justice prevailed!”His maniacal laugh echoed as he left us, the town was finished, I felt like I’d left all my NPC friends and fellow players down. I resolved I would be the one to make sure we would have success the next time this happened. I took to the chat channels, I encouraged people to practice with the buckets, we even made a small raid group and had a plan for the next strike. One group would go to each site of the fire outbreaks and keep things contained.It wasn’t long before the Horseman returned. This time we were ready, and before we knew it, we’d put everything out.“My flames have died, left not a spark! I shall send you now to the lifeless dark!”A mild panic erupted in the group. We didn’t know what to expect, he was landing! In a few well placed hits, the shade of the horseman fell over, “So eager you are, for my blood to spill. Yet to vanquish me, ‘tis my head you must kill!” followed by even more horrific laughter.We won, and I’m proud to say that the lowly Rogue alt, the controller feeling too sick to sleep, managed to help save Goldshire.No other Holiday has provided me with such an experience, which is why Hallow’s end will always be my favorite.
Hallow's End, because I am born in the month of October and naturally love Halloween. So why not love the WoW version of it?
For me the best holiday is love is in the air (aka valentine's day) i love the possibility of earna big love rocket. and A chance to see a pink lovely rocket on the wowhead page xD
Childrens Week is my favorite! I think its fun to take the poor, little orphans sightseeing and buy them goodies. I've always been an avid pet collector so I very much enjoy the pet rewards. It's a cute holiday and I'm glad that Blizzard has added more quests and rewards over the years.