Hallow’s End takes place during the last two weeks of October every year and is a celebration of the Forsaken’s break from the Scourge. It’s a fantastic holiday, filled with costumes, candy, and all sorts of mischief to get into. Check out the various World of Warcraft achievements that can be earned during the holiday.
Headless Horseman Achievements
The “Bring Me The Head of…Oh Wait” achievement is the reward for killing the Headless Horseman during the holiday. Complete one of the quests to save a village by combating the Horseman’s fires to earn the “The Savior of Hallow’s End” achievement.
Earn “The Mask Task” by obtaining one of the twenty Flimsy Masks during the holiday. Get the “A Mask for all Occasions” achievement for collecting all twenty. There is a mask for each race/sex combination in the game.
“The Masquerade” is the reward for players who get transformed by all of the Hallowed Wands, receiving the Bat Costume, Ghost Costume, Leper Gnome Costume, Ninja Costume, Pirate Costume, Skeleton Costume, and Wisp Costume.
Earn the “Check Your Head” achievement by using [Weighted Jack-o'-Lanterns] to put pumpkin heads on each of the ten races: Gnome, Blood Elf, Draenei, Dwarf, Human, Night Elf, Orc, Tauren, Troll and Undead.
Alliance players can earn the “Rotten Hallow” achievement by completing the quests given by Sergeant Hartman that involve crashing the Wickerman Festival and cleaning up the stinkbombs from Southshore.
Horde Players can earn the same achievement for completing Darkcaller Yanka’s quests which involve going to Southshore to ruin kegs with rotten eggs and tossing stinkbombs.
G.N.E.R.D. Rage and Sinister Calling Achievements
Get the “G.N.E.R.D. Rage” achievement by earning 50 honorable kills while under the influence of the G.N.E.R.D. buff during the holiday.
Earn the “Sinister Calling” achievement by obtaining a [Sinister Squashling] pet and the [Hallowed Helm].
Earn the “Trick or Treat!” achievement by receiving a [handful of candy] from one of the candy buckets located in various inns. Get the “Out With It” achievement for eating so many tricky treats that your stomach becomes upset.
Get the “That Sparkling Smile” achievement by using a [tooth pick] during the holiday.
Tricks and Treats Achievements
Alliance characters can earn the “Tricks and Treats of Kalimdor” achievement by visiting the candy buckets in the inns of Astranaar, Azure Watch, Blood Watch, Auberdine, Craftsmen’s Terrace, Nijel’s Point, Thereamore Isle, Seat of the Naaru, Feathermoon Stronghold, Stonetalon Peak, Dolanaar, Ratchet, Mudsprocket, Cenarion Hold, Gadgetzan, and Everlook.
Horde players can earn the “Tricks and Treats of Kalimdor” achievement for visiting the buckets located in the following inns: Ratchet, Mudsprocket, Cenarion Hold, Gadgetzan, Everlook, Splintertree Post, Camp Taurajo, The Crossroads, Shadowprey Village, Razor Hill, Brackenwall Village, Camp Mojache, Bloodhoof Village, Valley of Strength, Sun Rock Retreat, Lower Rise, and Freewind Post.
To earn the “Tricks and Treats of Eastern Kingdoms” achievement, Alliance players must visit the candy buckets in the inns of Dun Morogh, Duskwood, Goldshire, Southshore, Aerie Peak, The Commons, Thelsamar, Lakeshire, The Trade District, Sentinel Hill, Menethil Harbor, Light’s Hope Chapel, and Booty Bay.
For Horde players to earn the “Tricks and Treats of Eastern Kingdoms” achievement, they must visit the buckets located in Light’s Hope Chapel, Booty Bay, Hammerfall, Kargath, Fairbreeze Village, Falconwing Square, Tranquillien, Tarren Mill, Revantusk Village, The Bazaar, The Royal Exchange, The Sepulcher, Grom’gol Base Camp, Stonard, Brill, and the Trade Quarter.
To earn the “Tricks and Treats of Outland” achievement, Alliance players must visit the buckets located in the following Outland inns: Sylvanaar, Toshley’s Station, Honor Hold, Temple of Telhamat, Telaar, Wildhammer Stronghold, Allerian Stronghold, Orebor Harborage, Telredor, Evergrove, Area 52, The Stormspire, Shattrath City, Cenarion Refuge, and either the Aldor or Scryer inn in Shadowmoon Valley.
Horde characters wishing to earn the “Tricks and Treats of Outland” achievement must visit the buckets located in the inns of Mok’Nathal Village, Thunderlord Stronghold, Falcon Watch, Garadar, Thrallmar, Shadowmoon Village, Stonebreaker Hold, Zabra’jin, Evergrove, Area 52, The Stormspire, Shattrath city, Cenarion Refuge, and either of the inns in Shadowmoon Valley.
Players seeking to earn the “Tricks and Treats of Azeroth” achievement must complete the “Tricks and Treats of Kalimdor,” “Tricks and Treats of Eastern Kingdoms,” and “Tricks and Treats of Outland” achievements.
Hallowed Be Thy Name Meta-Achievement
To earn the “Hallowed Be Thy Name” meta-achievement, players need to complete the “Trick or Treat!” “Bring Me The Head of…Oh Wait,” “That Sparkling Smile,” “G.N.E.R.D. Rage,” “The Masquerade,” “Tricks and Treats of Azeroth,” “Out With It,” “The Savior of Hallow’s End,” “Rotten Hallow,” “Check Your Head,” and “Sinister Calling” achievements during the holiday. “Hallowed Be Thy Name” also rewards players with the title “The Hallowed” and is part of the “What a Long, Strange Trip It’s Been…” meta-achievement.
This post is part of the series: Guide to World of Warcraft Holiday Achievements
Each of World of Warcraft’s unique holiday events has its own set of achievements and meta-achievements to be earned. Check out our guides to Children’s Week, the Midsummer Fire Festival, and more.
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- World of Warcraft Holiday Event Achievements: Midsummer Fire Festival
- World of Warcraft Holiday Event Achievements: Brewfest
- World of Warcraft Holiday Event Achievements: Hallow’s End
- World of Warcraft Holiday Event Achievements: Feast of Winter Veil