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11-14-2011 @ 3:42PM
"You'll notice that we have two matchups in the first round that are Alliance versus Horde and two in which matchup heroes of the same faction against one another. I wanted to make sure that this wouldn't turn into an Alliance versus Horde deal, so let's see some good cross-faction debating in the comments. "" Week 1 Tae'thelan Bloodwatcher (The Reliquary) vs. Ishanah (The Aldor) (Horde vs. Neutral) Week 2 Brann Bronzebeard (Explorer's League) vs. Vereesa Windrunner (The Silver Covenant) (Alliance vs. Alliance) Week 3 Voren'thal (The Scryers) vs. Yorg Stormheart (The Frostborn) (Neutral vs. Alliance) Week 4 Archmage Aethas Sunreaver (The Sunreavers) vs. Roanauk Icemist (The Taunka) (Horde vs. Horde)"There is no Alliance vs. Horde Fights in here. The Aldor and Scryer are neutral factions (you choose between the two) - please fact check before you post.
11-14-2011 @ 3:49PM
Clarified. I meant traditionally Horde and Alliance races so no Horde vs. Alliance faction would be at the center of these fights until later. You don't have to act like a snooty internet person because of a slight oversight.
11-14-2011 @ 4:43PM
"please fact check before you post."God, how I hate stuck-up, holier-than-thou people like you.Be cool, dude. Live and let live. Don't make people want to punch you in the face.
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