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A '''Horde territory''' is any area in which [[Alliance]] [[player]]s playing on any server will find their [[PvP flag]]s turned on. Any Alliance player can be attacked by a player of the Horde while in these zones. Unlike [[contested territory|contested territories]], it does not matter whether you are on a [[PvP]] server or not.
 
A '''Horde territory''' is any area in which [[Alliance]] [[player]]s playing on any server will find their [[PvP flag]]s turned on. Any Alliance player can be attacked by a player of the Horde while in these zones. Unlike [[contested territory|contested territories]], it does not matter whether you are on a [[PvP]] server or not.
   
All Horde capital cities are considered Horde territory to Alliance players, regardless of server type. On PvP servers, the Horde territory is extended to encompass all Horde [[starting area]]s, as well as [[The Barrens]], [[Ghostlands]] (except for the sub-zone [[Hatchet Hills]], which is contested) and [[Silverpine Forest]].
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All Horde capital cities are considered Horde territory to Alliance players, regardless of server type. On PvP servers, the Horde territory is extended to encompass all Horde [[starting area]]s, as well as [[Northern Barrens]], [[Ghostlands]] (except for the sub-zone [[Hatchet Hills]], which is contested) and [[Silverpine Forest]].
   
 
Alliance players will see a notification on their screens when entering Horde territory.
 
Alliance players will see a notification on their screens when entering Horde territory.

Latest revision as of 19:23, December 23, 2011

A Horde territory is any area in which Alliance players playing on any server will find their PvP flags turned on. Any Alliance player can be attacked by a player of the Horde while in these zones. Unlike contested territories, it does not matter whether you are on a PvP server or not.

All Horde capital cities are considered Horde territory to Alliance players, regardless of server type. On PvP servers, the Horde territory is extended to encompass all Horde starting areas, as well as Northern Barrens, Ghostlands (except for the sub-zone Hatchet Hills, which is contested) and Silverpine Forest.

Alliance players will see a notification on their screens when entering Horde territory.

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