Shared Topic: Worldcup Warcraft

For last week’s Shared Topic, Pndrev of Primetime Casual came up with a highly imaginative and very actual topic: Worldcup Warcraft!

With the football world cup approaching quickly, nations around the globe get hyped up in a frenzy, waving flags, painting their faces in national colours and generally acting crazy.

In contrast to that, the rather serene atmosphere of Azeroth, where everybody is waiting for something big to happen, something Cataclysmic. Now imagine: What if, instead of laying waste to two continents, Deathwing actually came up and said “Let’s determine which race of Azeroth is best once and for all – by having the World Cup of Warcraft!”

Faction rivalries are set aside, each race is on it’s own, supporters are flooding to the capitals and embarking in ships to see their teams play.

Which race would win the Cup, and how?
Which crowd favourite dark horse would face them in the finals?
Which seemingly unbeatable team gets sent home after a devastating and surprising defeat in the first round?

Note: For fluff reasons you may include Worgen, Goblins, Murlocs, Dark Irons, Gnolls and whatever else seems to make up a large enough demographic while being reasonably intelligent.

Read all about it from

Jaramon at DeathCoil.org

Chyllyphylly at /elfis

Calsong at MindSpike

Pndrev at Primetime Casual

MelfinatheBlue at The WoW Noob

This upcoming week’s topic is about PvP and leaders in the battlegrounds. In every battleground, one person is appointed leader. Should that person have the responsibility to lead the group? What if the leader is inexperienced with pvp and battlegrounds? Should someone take over? Let the discussions begin! Then be sure to post a link to your post in the thread at Blog Azeroth.

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