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It seems someone took the whole "Battle for Azeroth" title of the expansion quite literally! A while ago we covered youtuber pavle and some of his grudge matche against Tyrande, but since then he's spread his dueling ways and challenged all of the Alliance's faction leaders to honorable face-offs (well, them and a whole lot of guards and players) and won! He's using different characters for most of the fights, a Death Knight, Hunter, Rogue and Paladins to take down the Council of Three Hammers, Velen, Tyrande and Anduin.

We have two videos to take a look at: the very VERY sped up 2 minute overview and the full 11 minute one where you can see the full kills.

 

Congrats to pavle for completing his mission, now all that's left is the Horde!

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On 9/17/2020 at 4:45 AM, D3monaz said:

Where are the players? ? If I would go and hit him/her once then half of the server would come and kill me 

This is exactly what happened to me many times. Time of day and persistence were big factors. 

 

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