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We talked to Pandòra from EU-Draenor who has earned the highest Honor level to date in World of Warcraft with her Mistweaver Monk!

Pandòra said it requires an enormous amount of time and effort to reach this kind of Honor level. Playing random battlegrounds is what she and her premade group are doing every day for several hours since the end of Legion.

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She and her group of friends (from the left) Iksynator, Dêxzx, Wórzzag also run a WoW community named "The Slaughter of the Horde".

Pandòra has played more than 28K battlegrounds. The data from the WoW armory is not accurate, so we're linking the proper statistics below. I'd like to thank @fromhellsterfor reaching out to me with the correct data.

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According to Data of Azeroth, a site that gathers and ranks players based on various criteria, Pandòra is ahead by 283 Honor levels from their Moonkin Dêxzx-Argent Dawn, who is 2nd in Honor level rankings with level 2,246 and 2,043,928 honorable kills. 

Iksynator from Draenor, the group's Warrior, ranks 7th with 1,769 Honor level and 1,929,815 Honorable kills.

Wórzzag-Arygos, their Death Knight, is 9th in Honor level, with 1,719 and 1,389,025 honorable kills.

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Pandòra also thanked Eondra-Silvermoon, Orillion-Sylvanas, Casyodudu-Magtheridon, Lulune-Frostmane, Letiis-Blackrock, Bengeezuz-Silvermoon, Mynameísjeff-Nordrassil, Conquery-Ravencrest, Srs-Balnazzar, Månemannen-OutlandFless-Ragnaros and the rest of their awesome community for being part of this awesome journey!

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now this is dedication.  best of everything to you Pandòra and your group.

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Awesome achivement! but oof what battlegroup is that ? as thats some insane win rate for random battlegrounds & must be some mega balance issues with over mostly 80% + wins in AV, AB, WSG etc  

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On 1/6/2022 at 4:22 PM, kazzula said:

Awesome achivement! but oof what battlegroup is that ? as thats some insane win rate for random battlegrounds & must be some mega balance issues with over mostly 80% + wins in AV, AB, WSG etc  

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100% winrate. 😄

Given random BG population is usually formed of undergeared people desperately trying to farm up to current pvp reward ilvl and semi-afkers, having a dedicated elite premade group to slice through them makes it actually quite possible if not easy.
Besides honor farming in particular one would argue random BGs are a waste of time for anyone on their level.
These guys are absolutely great at what they do.
They have gear, pvp levels, strategy, cohesion, dedication whole damn package and that is amazing.

But one could argue what they do mostly comes down to "seal clubbing".
And it's simply for the sake of efficiency, these people won't go to rated BGs because the queue times and honor rewards with lower winrates are simply worse.

Let's say you are a fresh max lvl back in BFA, your recommended english server in EU does not speak english, no outside guild will take you cause "omg we wanna be mythic world first and can't cross realm for that", you do couple RHCs, can't possibly win in arenas and no one will take you cause low ilvl so you go for RBG in hopes of catching up and getting that chest.
You are up against this MW's crew, you die in two hits and everything you and up to 15+ people like you can do is healed by that MW alone. Half of your group is afk as soon as they see you in the prep cause "lol won't carry this trash, gg". 
You keep trying, but eventually you either make it to the first RBG win, or you give up.

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