Chapter I - A brief history A context for the emergence of this tactic within our guild. What we were struggling against and why we adopted this system.
Chapter II - A comparative review Weighing the Pro and Cons of roaming raids as opposed to our raiding method at that time.
Chapter III - A simple explanation Infographic detailing the general outline of the tactic.
Chapter IV - A proposed hierarchy An advanced method of distributing responsibilities and provide a guideline among members to ensure micro-management across several raid groups if necessary.
Case Study#1 - Redridge Mountains The details of our Redridge invasion, afterthoughts and advice. Basic roaming strategies.
Case Study#2 - Stranglethorn Vale The details of our Stranglethorn invasion, afterthoughts and advice. Advanced roaming strategies.
Chapter V - A final consideration My personal opinions and conclusions about the strengths and weaknesses of this tactic.
About the author and guild
My name is Nymis and I am the Commander of the Kor'Kron guilds - the largest World-PvP guild on Zeth'Kur and one of the most recognizable guilds across on all of Elysium's realms. My interest in vanilla WoW deals exclusively with World-PvP and I intend to put my analytical skills as well as experience with leading raids and engaging in open-world PvP combat across several MMOs (WoW, GW:2, Aion etc.) to good use here in order to elevate World-PvP combat and the general public's perception of it.
Below you will find a collection of images, notes and insights I have gathered over extensive raiding into Alliance territory. Everything you will read here has been proposed, adopted and successfully implemented in my guild. Whether you seek to utilize these for your own guild's benefit or whether you seek to undermine our effort, I am glad that you have found your way here and I hope that, by the end of this guide, I will succeed in sparking your interest in World-PvP by elaborating upon the tactical depth applicable within the World of Warcraft.
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