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Hallow's End 2020 (October 18th - November 1st)

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Hallow's End returns to WoW today, so check out what's new this year.

What's New in 2020?

  • The Headless Horseman drops Item Level 82 loot.
  • Only characters level 45 or higher can obtain Loot-Filled Pumpkin Loot-Filled Pumpkin, if your level is lower than that, you will receive Loot-Stuffed Pumpkin Loot-Stuffed Pumpkin for queueing up for the Headless Horseman.

The world event's meta-achievement (Hallowed Be Thy Name Hallowed Be Thy Name) is required for What a Long, Strange Trip It's Been What a Long, Strange Trip It's Been, and you can find more information on how to earn it in our detailed Hallow's End guide.

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It’s time for Tricky Treats, costumes, and—of course—the return of the Headless Horseman during this year’s Hallow’s End!

Hallow’s End celebrates the break of the Forsaken from the Scourge.

Fun and mischief reign as the Innkeepers of Azeroth give treats, and tricks, to whomever asks.

The spookiest time of year has arrived once more, and the Headless Horseman rides forth to strike terror into the hearts and minds of Azeroth’s citizens.

When: October 18–November 1
Where: Trick-or-Treat throughout the inns of Azeroth, Northrend, Pandaria, Outland, Draenor, and the Broken Isles (Dalaran) for tasty treats and currency to buy Hallow’s End delights.

All together now! —the Headless Horseman is back to set fire to Razor Hill and Goldshire once more. You’ll need to lend a hand on the bucket brigade to put them out and face the infamous rider.

It would be a lovely time of year to take a stroll through the Scarlet Monastery’s Graveyard if the Headless Horseman hadn’t decided to make it his new lair. If you're lucky and succeed in routing this menace from within, you may ride off with his steed.

Throughout Hallow’s End, characters level 10-50 will be able to queue up for this ghoulish encounter in the Dungeon Finder.

This year you’ll be able to exchange your Tricky Treats for a newly added toy:

Head to Val’sharah to undertake a quest that begins with the Hag of the Crooked Tree in Bradensbrook. Follow the tale through to its culmination and you’ll receive some Tricky Treats and a chance of receiving one of four utterly bewitching hats.

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