Everything about the Feast of WinterVeil holiday, including Greatfather Winter's presents, toys, achievements, battle pets, and Minion of Grumpus. Feast of WinterVeil walkthrough (WoW Legion 7.3.2) with quest details, achievement explanations, item lists, boss strategies, etc. The Feast of Winter Veil is a festive time of year during which players can sample delicious festive treats, playfully toss snowballs, and receive special holiday gifts! The Feast of Winter Veil is a reference to the end-of-year seasonal holiday of Christmas, featuring Greatfather Winter as an in-game version of Santa Claus. During the Feast of Winter Veil, many special decorations appear in capital cities. The Feast of Winter Veil, also called the feast of Great-Winter, is an in-game, end-of-year, several week long holiday event seeming to be the in-game counterpart of Christmas and other holidays at the end of the year. The 2017 Winter Veil Gift is Toy Weapon Set / Toy Weapon Set and awards the achievement Don’t Play With That In The House. The items will probably allow you to spar with other players with special abilities, much like during the World Quest Jed’hin Tournament. The Feast of WinterVeil, also called the feast of Great-Winter, or simply WinterVeil or Winter's Veil, is an in-game, end-of-year, several week long holiday event seeming to be the in-game counterpart of Christmas and other holidays at the end of the year. Looking for the best Feast of WinterVeilGuide? This Feast of WinterVeil is an in depth journey covering every aspect of the event. Overview of the WinterVeil holiday updates for 2017, including new toys like the Hearthstation and pets. Other things you can do: Receiving Gifts. From December 25 to 29 you will be able to open packages under the Winter. Veil tree. Some of the rewards can be sold for cash. The Feast of WinterVeil. The later seasons of Azeroth are marked as a time of change in many cultures. The dwarves and the tauren especially look to the legend of the coming WinterVeil - the blanketing of the land in snow, thus heralding a time of renewal - as a time for celebration.