Not long ago, Blizzard hopped the Achievements bandwagon, giving World of Warcraft players a way to document their in-game accomplishments. From then on, addicts had even more to strive for. If you've been trying to hit all Achievements before anyone else, it's time to ditch that dream.
A Taiwanese Tauren Druid known as 小灰, or "Little Gray," has been recorded as the first player to complete all Achievements, with the exception of "BB King," which was added only recently with Patch 3.2.2 on November 25. You can bet Li'l Gray is already working toward that one.
Now some of you may be wondering, "What's so special about getting all the Achievements? That doesn't mean he's beaten the game 100 percent!" Actually, it pretty much does. The Achievements record just about every feat in-game, whether it's collecting all pets, finishing seasonal events, or beating every currently available instance. His World of Warcraft Armory page splits his accomplishments into various categories, if you want a better idea of what they entail.
Despite missing one Achievement, his "Total Completed" bar is still full thanks to a buggy old PvP Achievement that has since been removed. "Feats of Strength" isn't accounted for, and we're not sure if even Li'l Gray is dedicated enough to purchase multiple race changes for it.