https://worldofwarcraft.com/de-de/game/hall-of-fame/mythic-raid/sanctum-of-domination?faction=ALLIANCE its on 97? The Link in the Article is about Castle Nathria HoF
Link is incorrect....Alliance Castle Nathria Hall of Fame
Right about 250 Horde guilds are 10/10 right now. I'm sure faction balance at the top end is fine, though, Ion needs his choice to be a zug zug to still matter nearly two decades later.
I love the fact the third guild is Sloth, unwillingly representing the completion of the Alliance HOF board as general compared to Horde
Does this include the Chinese guilds who were selling HoF guilds a day old
took them long enough
I'd say as soon as the faction reachs 100 guilds doing the final boss on Mythic, it should allow that same faction cross-realm access. Its not Horde's business that the Alliance can't kill the boss nor should be affected by that, IMO.
Please stop tying cross-realm raiding to Hall of Fame like this, Blizz.
I sincerley hope they just ditch the faction system and let us play cross-faction, as lore wise the conflict makes no sense anyway. And people using the argument "it wouldn't be the same game", it's not the same game for years - get over it already.All i want is to be able to play alliance without being handicapped.
We need unconditional cross-realm mythic raiding.We also need unconditional cross-faction raiding.
Oh yeah Flex Mythic, where you cheese certain mechanics with fewer/more people to make it easier. No thanks.
Just shows you what an easy tier this has been if Allliance is already done with HoF. Usually takes them a month longer.
Just give HoF to the first 200 guilds that complete the raid on Mythic. Irrespective of faction. If it's a known fact that anyone who wants to raid at a higher level will automatically choose one, then keeping everyone waiting for the reluctant half is pointless. They are not interested in finishing quickly. Let them take their time, let them enjoy the game at a pace they like without making a spectacle of their progress. It is not a race if you can freely choose to be part of the opposite side at the press of a button.