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I think there were a lot of Warriors who spent a lot of time dominating at one point or another.
Some shared time at the top of the food chain, others dominated eras by themselves.
Some names that come to mind (I will forget a lot of names)
Alliance: Ohig, Rithraem, Jalia, Carvis, Mikec, Maeol,
Horde: Brocksamson, Pitfighter/Punchout (they were always a duo) Morty, A slew of different Fortis warriors that I cannot remember the individual names of at the moment.
There are a ton more, I can't believe I can't name more at the moment. I'll have to come back and edit this post continuously as more names come back to me.
Edited by Vindicare on 1/2/2012 5:19 AM PST
I'd rather be that cool grandpa some people have that just love to sit by a fire in a leather chair drinking whiskey and telling old war stories to anyone who'll listen.
Historian is too much reading.
I'm also pretty useless at remembering anything that happened during TBC because I spent most of it not playing WoW. Bad expansion was bad as far as i'm concerned.
Edited by Vindicare on 1/2/2012 1:46 AM PST
Yet you seem to avoid me in-game....even though I'm a fellow war veteran!!
Same....I didn't play on KT during TBC...those quests and zones were so terrible! Kara was one of the few good things that came out of that expansion.
Jalia! That's the pacifist warrior I couldn't remember the name of.
And yes, Phariah Maeol does deserve recognition as a dominant warrior although he wasn't really so until very late in classic so he doesn't garner as much mystique as some of the earlier Warriors.
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