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By Reaper412 on 11 Jan 2015 (Patch 6.1.0 )

Did this today as, you guessed it, a Ret paladin. I can't imagine how non-hybrids do this achievement but it's not much easier as Ret since after 3 attempts (third being me winning) the queue usually pairs me in a group with 5-7 other Rets out of 25.

I learned from this experience that the Coliseum isn't much of a skill test as much as it is an unforgiving psychology test of the human psyche. The easiest way it can be done is by being the biggest scumbag, use everyone to your advantage. Use noggenfogger elixir to shrink yourself to seem like less of a threat and harder to target. My first action was to run around and tag everyone. The opening chaos usually has people tunneling healers. Stay at range and try to tag from far away, I even used holy prism on myself to have the splash damage hit people. Once you're confident you tagged a good amount of player... you hide.

Near one of the exit doors are two pillars, use them as a semi hiding spot. Peak out if you know you can snag a killing blow or if you must fight back. Treat your offensive CDs as defensive CDs. Only use wings if you are a kill target, take advantage of Supplication with each killing blow if you must. I do not recommend Holy Avenger, yes it's bursty but at high stacks it's useless and divine purpose procs can mean life and death if you're being tunneled.

After scumbaging my way to staying alive it came down to me, 2 other rets, and a DK. This is where mass tagging in the beginning paid off. I had 18 stacks of the buff while the rets and DK had between 5 - 9. I knew I was going to be the kill target for sure and everyone was too scared to move. Nevertheless I had to use the fear to my advantage and make the first move. Not charging in, but applying pressure. Staying close enough to Judge, Exorcism, and Final Verdict but far enough to get out of range if I had to.

As I guessed, they went hard for me and like I said earlier this is where human psychology kicks in. I put pressure on the DK, the other rets instantly switched to him while I bubbled then on each other until we finished on another off. By the time it was me and another Ret, it came down to kiting each other and healing like crazy. Staying out of range of Final Verdict and waiting for Forbearance to come off for me to go in confidently to blow him up.

Sadly I don't see an honorable way of winning this. If you're truly after the title and the reward, prepare to fight fire with fire.


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By Sorakiv on 10 Nov 2015 (Patch 6.2.3 )

I earned my title back in last december, no tricks no sleight of hand. I also did this playing as a hunter (as we all know, out of all the possible horrible choices, ranged DPS classes have it the worst on a setting like this). It sure took me several attempts but hard work paid off and eventually I got what I deserved. After that I haven't really played the Coliseum, just too much noobing around with all the : teaming up, hiding, tricking, class biasing, etc. It's very unbalanced, melee and hybrid classes consider yourself priveleged.
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By Rex147 on 15 May 2016 (Patch 6.2.4 )

I earned mine months ago before i had to stop playing for time issues, was playing my glad stance warrior at the time, no team up, no friends, no cheating, no tricks i just cleaved my way through everyone and kept my defensives and heals up. Ended up probably being my favorite moment in the game for me!


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By Oberik on 22 Nov 2014 (Patch 6.0.3 )

This title is not account wide.

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By Oberik on 23 Nov 2014 (Patch 6.0.3 )

Strange, I can't use it on my second level 100. Edit: I sent in a ticket and received a generic response. I'll try again.
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By Oberik on 24 Nov 2014 (Patch 6.0.3 )

Second ticket got a real response. http://i.imgur.com/905DAga.png
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By neiriel on 06 Feb 2015 (Patch 6.1.0 )

This title is account wide, however there's a bug preventing it to be used on your other characters. I've 2 ticket responses from GM's regarding this issue, which are attached to my comment below.
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By katgood on 11 Dec 2015 (Patch 7.0.1 )

GM Response I got: I took a look into the feats of strength achievement 'The Last of Us' to see if it was indeed an account bound achievement. Turns out that the achievement itself is account bound so all of your characters will show that the achievement was completed. The title is also account bound however it's currently bugged and will only show up on the character that earned the achievement. I don't have an estimate on when it will be fixed, but it's a known issue that the devs are currently trying to solve. So one day all of your 100s will have that title and they can wear it proudly
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By Rasboinica on 01 Jun 2016 (Patch 7.0.3 )

A GM confirmed it today, that the achievement is account bound but the title not and nor will it be account wide


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By mojo26 on 24 Nov 2014 (Patch 6.0.3 )

I achieved this title on Saturday (11/22) on my 3rd attempt. Here is some info on the event and the process of obtaining the title.

Requirements: Must be level 100, have a level 3 garrison, and a level 3 gladiator sanctum. After reaching level 3 sanctum, you will get a quest to speak to an ogre outside of Highmaul in Nagrand. There he will open up the ability to queue for the Highmaul Coliseum, which is only done by speaking to either the ogre outside Highmaul or the ogre that appears in your gladiator sanctum.

To queue you must sacrifice 100 broken bones (these do not need to be in your bags). You can attempt the coliseum as many times as you want. Winning the arena rewards the title and achievement (along with some vanity items and a piece of gear). After winning, you will not be allowed to queue again until the next week. Losing the arena rewards a bag of trinkets which usually contains a piece of gear (the 3 bags I got contained ilvl 600 gear).

When you enter you are below the coliseum. You stand on an elevator with the 15-25 other combatants. After a few minutes the elevator rises you up to the coliseum and another timer starts (2 minutes). This is when everyone spreads out before the fight begins. Stealth does not seem to work well as I was able to see everyone that was stealthed during the battle (may have been a glitch).

Another achievement related to this is Fight, Kill, Salute! This requires you to kill 100 people in the coliseum. Currently, the quest is bugged and does not reward the 1500 conquest (or honor points as it should right now) and I suggest holding onto it until the season begins.

Edit: It appears they changed the number of combatants to be a range from at least 15 up to 25.

Edit2: I have now completed this on 3 characters and figured I should update the comment with some new info.

During the arena players gain a buff for every player they damage that dies. This buff increases damage done/crit % by 10% and can stack. You do not have to do the killing blow to gain the buff, you just need to damage them at any point before they die. For example, on my shaman I ran around a flame shocked everyone I could and waited for other people to finish them off.

Groups: Solo-queuers be wary of premade groups. While gladiators cannot queue together as a group they can reliability guarantee they will be in the same arena by queuing at the same time. Just as BG premades have done for a long time, if someone does a count-down and everyone queues at the same time they will likely end up in the same arena. This can be frustrating as many groups will burst down all the solo-queue players and then allow one of their members to kill everyone else to get the title. This happens often and is quite annoying as it is completely against the whole spirit of the arena as being "every man for themselves". Easiest way to spot these premades is by guild tag and server tag. Many times they will also be in consecutive arenas as they will be doing this for multiple players. Try to point them out to others so you can try to focus them down if possible.

Good luck and I hope all of you become Lords/Ladies of War!


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By IMissThottbot on 26 Nov 2014 (Patch 6.0.3 )

Thank you for your informative post! Regarding stealth, it seems to be deliberate, likely so stealth classes can't simply hide for part of the match to garner the achievement. They -can- still use stealth and the related abilities, but it's seen through.
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By zesilo on 26 Nov 2014 (Patch 6.0.3 )

Although, vanish still keeps you stealthed for 3 seconds after using it from the "improved stealth".
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By mojo26 on 28 Nov 2014 (Patch 6.0.3 )

Yeah, I assumed it was done so as not to have 5 rogues sitting stealthed waiting for someone to come out


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By neiriel on 06 Feb 2015 (Patch 6.1.0 )

A few days ago I've asked a GM if this title is account wide or not. Even though his response wasn't so clear, I think it is a bug that it is not account wide at the moment.

http://i.imgur.com/VK8oScl.jpg

Here is the GM's response.

Edit : Another update from a GM.

http://i.imgur.com/wsRvXKd.png

Seems like this title is indeed account wide and there is a bug about it.


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By Vorrath on 07 Apr 2018 (Patch 7.3.5 )

Title is not account-wide. It works like other PvP titles; it is only usable on the character that earned it.


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By archey01 on 07 Dec 2014 (Patch 6.0.3 )

So This title has been doing the unearned / re-earned this when taking certain ports or crossing certain zones and I constantly have to keep putting the title back on. So look forward to that until blizzard fixes it.

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By Dragomir on 08 Jan 2015 (Patch 6.0.3 )

It also gets unlearned while under the effects of Reflecting Prism. Relearned upon removing the buff.


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By IMissThottbot on 14 Dec 2014 (Patch 6.0.3 )

The Ins and Outs of Winning the Highmaul Coliseum - Part 1 of 2

User "zesilo" has an excellent comment that really helped me out. I'm going to add some things here. It took me probably 7-8 attempts to win; I was at 55 or so players defeated by the time I won and got the title. If you're an underplayed class, take heart; you CAN win. I won this as a fire mage in a mess of rets, Death Knights, feral druids and hunters. It's down to tactics and luck, so read below, and good luck to you!

The rewards for winning will be covered again below, but completing the quest grants the achievement Fight, Kill, Salute! as well as a factional corpse-planting flag toy and 500 Conquest Points. Winning the arena grants a Feat of Strength achievement called The Last of Us as well as the title dependant upon character gender. Looting the final chest (which should be restricted to the winner, but is bugged so that 2nd-to-last can also loot it, so loot it QUICKLY) also awards a Highmaul ogre version of the corpse-planting flag, and also awarded me an epic PvP off-set piece.

Taking Part

If you're on this page, you probably know this already. But, just in case you don't, here goes! You need a level three Gladiator's Coliseum to take part in the arena. You'll get a quest from an ogre who appears outside your garrison; he sends you to Nagrand to take part. From then on, you can queue up from your Coliseum inside your Garrison. The first queue each day is free; after that, each queue costs 100 Broken Bones.

Coliseum Start

After you queue, you'll have a wait time of 5-20 minutes, usually. You will then be ported in with between 9 and 24 or so other people (it varies widely) of your own faction. You will be in a FRIENDLY raid with them. At the start, you'll be on an elevator, where you can eat, apply buffs, and so on. There is a 3 minute wait. The elevator then rises, bringing the raid into the Coliseum. If for some reason the elevator doesn't take you (it's ported me out into the hallway nearby, at times), don't worry; it'll teleport you to the top once the elevator reaches it. Take your positions; two minutes later, the battle will begin. The raid will then become hostile, and the free-for-all begins.

- I recommend buffing when the queue calls, and NOT once you're inside; on the offchance you're the only representative of your class, you can thus avoid sharing your buffs with the others. You COULD be super honorable and share buffs if you want, of course.

- Be VERY wary of mages using portals, and other classes setting up Mole Machines and the like. As a mage, I've had other players whispering me asking me to set up portals, to get others to leave. I think this is lame, and personally refused. Any items, portals, or so on placed on the elevator will rise into the arena and remain on the floor in the center.

- Find a place, at the start, where you can hide a bit, out of sight. You want to press up against a wall, or if the corners aren't taken, take those. The arena is LARGE, with NO line of sight pillars or anything like that.

- If you have an addon like Spy or Stalker, there'll be a slight delay when the battle starts as the addon registers all the sudden hostile targets.

- Many people use the preparation time to whisper others to form teams; see the Teams section below.

- If you have abilities to make you smaller, use them--Noggenfoggers and so forth will make you more difficult to target and less of an obvious threat.

ANY Class can Win

...But some have advantages. At the moment, Rets and Death Knights have the best damage and self-healing to see themselves through, and their mobility is good enough to get around quickly. Ferals are likewise strong, but without more ranged damage they seem to have a somewhat harder time. Hunters can do a lot of damage from range, and camouflage also helps them; their self-heals and deterrance is a big plus, and the target-drop of Feign Death can be pretty useful in the chaos even toward the end. Healers tend to last toward the middle-end, then if the group is smart, they get nuked down. Ranged classes, however, have a huge advantage--particularly those with an instant AoE. Blast Wave, for example, will hit a large number of clustered targets--see Tagging below for why this is very important. Any class with ranged DoTs can quietly apply these and sit far back--again, see the Tagging section for more. All that's important is that you know how to play your cards right--and getting a bit of luck.

Teams

Some people will team up. They whisper one another at the start, and form unofficial groups where they agree not to kill one another until near the end. I recommend AGAINST this. First, it goes against the entire spirit of the match. But secondly, chances are if someone whispers you, it's because they think they have a good chance of defeating you at the end. As a mage, I've had a lot of people whisper me asking to "team up," wanting me to peel enemies off them. Really, what they want is reduced pressure and a free kill later. Still, I personally find the entire concept lame. It's a free-for-all death match, after all!

Tagging

Here's the big secret of the match, as provided by user zesilo. Basically, every person you've dealt damage to who dies gives you a damage/healing/movement speed bonus. You want to lay low to begin with, but try to deal at least a small amount of damage to every other player in the arena. If you can AoE a death knight's Army of the Dead, do it--each ghoul currently provides the buff when they die, which is a huge bonus.

- Be warned that the buff also increases your size, meaning you will be far more urgent a target the higher it stacks.

- Use AoE or dots when possible. Ranged classes have a big advantage here. A Multishot, mage bomb or Rain of Fire will make your life much, much easier. Alternatively, spam instants while tabbing between targets. Zesilo has suggested that as a melee class, you'll want to pop one big defensive, run around and tag, then back off.

- Once you tag the players, retreat and make yourself less of a target. If you get focused, try to just run away for the time being--save your cooldowns as long as possible!


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By IMissThottbot on 14 Dec 2014 (Patch 6.0.3 )

The Ins and Outs of Winning the Highmaul Coliseum - Part 2 of 2

Surviving

After you tag everyone, or at least as many as you can, hang back from the fight. A ranged again has an advantage here; you can kite a bit, help finish off a few players, and get away from unwanted attention. Once there's a handful of players left--5-7, about--you'll want to try to make yourself as unobtrusive as possible.

If you are a night elf, now's the time to get against the wall and shadowmeld. Note that stealth will not fully hide you; stealth, shadowmeld and camouflage can still be seen through, to prevent people from literally hiding the entire match. Still, in the chaos of a 10-20-man free-for-all, not being a hugely visible target has a high likelihood of saving your butt.

Save your cooldowns as long as you can, but don't risk death--heal if you need to. If you're a mage you can use your first ice block early if you're focused, but make sure to get out of the way before doing it; chances are your attackers will turn on each other or on others, giving you time to heal up and then get away, backing out of the fight once more. Note that you CANNOT get out of combat to eat in here, so use any self-heals, healing items, bandages, etc. that you can. Keep yourself as high as possible on HP as well--a low HP target is a good target for people to quickly finish off for additional buff stacks and removal of a potentially dangerous opponent.

In regards to the quest, each player you out-live will grant credit toward your 100 players "killed." I have heard conflicting reports of whether you need to tag them to get credit--I don't think you do, but when aiming for a win it's best to tag as much as you can anyway.

The Final Stretch

Stay out of combat, and tag who you can--but if you see someone who'll be a huge thorn in your side in the brawl, help take them out. Use as much range as your class is capable of. But the last thing you want is to be stuck 1v1 against a class counter who'll give you hell. A good example is a ret, or a healer who can put out decent damage; the latter is particularly important if you're a class with low/no selfheals. 4-5 players remaining is a good time to do this. Then, hide again.

The Kill

Generally, the last few players fighting will either turn on one another, or they'll all turn on you--far more likely if you have a high stack of the buff, or if you're a high-priority target like a healer or a ret. You'll need to get lucky, at this point, and this is generally where you'll lose, if you do lose.

Any remaining death knights or rets might spot you, tunnel you, and it's over. At the moment a frost death knight or a skilled hunter will take out a target in the Coliseum -very- quickly, given the total lack of line of sight blocks. It's a big, open field.

If you've managed to save most of your damage and defensive cooldowns; if the enemies have had to blow theirs; if you manage to avoid attention until you're 1v1 or 1v2 and you've got a high stack of the buff, then you have an excellent chance of winning regardless of your class. However, if you were forced into blowing cooldowns, and the other players focus you down, you'll have to just eat a loss and try again. A lot comes down to luck, and playing your cards right.

In my case, a couple of players were finishing off a teamed group, and I threw in my damage and then hung back. I had all cooldowns ready, and wound up in shadowmeld while a warrior and ret finished one another nearly off. This sort of situation is what you want, and is a near-certain win.

The Win

After killing the final other player in the arena, you will get the Feat of Strength achievement The Last of Us as well as the or title. This title is NOT account-wide.

Immediately upon winning, run toward the side where the ogre comes down. He'll put down a chest for you--at the moment, this is bugged so that the last -two- players can loot it, so get there and SPAM CLICK this with autoloot on! If you fail to loot it first, GMs will not restore the drops for you. Note that usually I've seen BOTH "last" men standing receive the FoS and achievement. I'm unsure if this is intentional.

From this chest, you will receive the Warlord's Flag of Victory, a toy that lets you plant a Highmaul banner in a defeated opponent. I also received a Primal Gladiator's off-set item, so at least some of the epic PvP items are in the loot table as well.

Winning the arena will auto-complete the quest, regardless of how many players you've defeated. The quest itself states that it can be turned in at your Coliseum or at Highmaul. I had to go to Highmaul; the Garrison NPC did not have a ? and his dialogue made no mention of the quest. Turning in the quest will give you a factional version of the same toy, as well as 500 Conquest Points.

After completing the quest for the first time, you will then be locked out of rejoining, and a weekly version will become available. It also awards Conquest Points; it currently states 750 in the quest text, but the main reward of Conquest Points was currently dropped to 500 so this may be incorrect and not yet updated.

Good luck, and have fun!


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By dirtybluefl on 12 Sep 2014 (Patch 6.0.2 )

As of now on beta:

Awarded by the achievement "The Last of Us" for being the last player standing in the Highmaul Coliseum event. You gain access to it by building the 3rd stage of the Gladiators Sanctum in your garrison, which is unlocked by collecting 4000 broken bones from dead players in PVP. This means you need about 1000-1300 WoD HKs (Ideally) to unlock this 3rd stage, as the average kill nets 3-4 bones.

On beta, it is open to all players, but on live, I foresee this as being something done by players almost at 100 who have hit PVP hard, or level 100 players who have gained a bit of gear through leveling and itemizing for PVP. I would try to hit the BiS goals as fast as possible to have a big upper hand here, because as the season goes on, you opponents will only get more gear.

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By zesilo on 23 Nov 2014 (Patch 6.0.3 )

From the achievement "The Last of Us". Requires you to challenge up to 24 other players in a free for all arena.
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By mojo26 on 24 Nov 2014 (Patch 6.0.3 )

You must be level 100 to do the Coliseum as currently you need level 100 to have a level 3 garrison (and cannot have level 3 buildings until garrison is level 3). You must win in a 10 person free for all (not 24 like the poster above stated). If you lose you can try again endlessly each week until you win. After winning, you must wait until next week to do the Coliseum. The ogre that queues you for the Coliseum requires 100 bones per queue.


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By SlarkeSSC on 09 Mar 2015 (Patch 6.1.2 )

As a Prot Paladin, I found the trick was to have stam flask and food. Then go hide in one of the corners with a black transmog so you blend in with the wall, and just throw out spells at everyone and beat up anyone who comes near. When there's two or so others left, come out and focus down the healer if there is one, because you can 1v1 most dps classes, and then focus on ranged, and try to get a melee at your last one to fight.


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By Gyrospark on 04 Jan 2018 (Patch 7.3.5 )

Can still get this in legion, however you cannot get this on characters above or below lv 100 (and title is not account wide), it has to be level 100 with level 3 sanctum.

You need 15 people for the queue to pop.


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By Velayna on 30 Dec 2014 (Patch 6.0.3 )

Doesn't matter what you do, groups entering just ruin this. What a crap event.


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By GalaxEH on 23 Nov 2014 (Patch 6.0.3 )

If you complete the quest Fight, Kill, Salute! for killing 100 gladiators in the coliseum DO NOT hand it in until december 3rd as all conquest points you've obtained before then will be converted into honor. Save it until that has been done and get a 1.5k head start on conquest points for the season.

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By mojo26 on 24 Nov 2014 (Patch 6.0.3 )

I turned in the quest and did not receive the 1500 honor points either. I suggest holding off from turning it in completely.
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By zesilo on 26 Nov 2014 (Patch 6.0.3 )

Same problem, turned in the quest and didn't get the 1500 honor or conquest. Made a ticket, blizzard said they would not reset the quest nor would they give me honor or conquest due to the "hotfix" that made it so players could not obtain conquest. Kind of messed up I can not get a reward for a quest because of their hot-fixes and mess-ups.


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By Richmond79 on 09 Jun 2016 (Patch 7.0.3 )

Just to confirm that this title is DEFINITELY not account wide. A GM confirmed to me today as follows:

"You contacted us about the title Lord of War and that you though it was account wide. I am very sorry to hear that you had picked up some false information somewhere but unfortunately, like most pvp related titles and rewards, this one is character specific as well.

It is intended to be character specific and not a bug. I am afraid you really really want the achievement and title on another character you will have to try and get it the hard way - which means you will have to complete the achievement again on your druid.

I am very sorry for you as I know from experience how hard it is to actually complete the achievement but I believe in you and am sure you will be able to do it!"


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By caffeinequeen on 16 Oct 2014 (Patch 6.0.2 )

There is currently a glitch revolving around this title. There's a few people currently (10/16/14) running around with the title prior to the release of WoD. Not sure if blizzard plans to fix this. While I have not been lucky enough to get the glitch myself, I have grouped with someone who has it ( Durot-bleeding hollow http://us.battle.net/wow/en/character/bleeding-hollow/Durot/advanced ) and it's just craziness.

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By ExZon on 09 Nov 2014 (Patch 6.0.3 )

Saw one with the title today, 2014-11-09, ( http://eu.battle.net/wow/en/character/aerie-peak/Confi%C3%A9nd/simple ) I have no idea how this is possible.


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By zharrack on 28 Dec 2015 (Patch 7.0.1 )

I just got the title as a warrior without any help you should spec prot since it is easier to attack other people at range and thunderclap dont require rage and it is a lot easier to stay alive GL to you all


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By Eyzen on 17 Jun 2016 (Patch 7.0.3 )

here's a story how i got my ach:

The plan:

...So i was really pissed that i couldn't do this thing on my own after queuing for about 5 times, i was always against premades and people always marked me to kill me but I was determined to do it, I didn't wanna give up, i changed my spec to prot (warrior) and found their group on LFG, when you enter their group they put you back in the line, they let people that joined first get the achievement first, but i was sickened of those premades and i am strongly against them even though i joined one, but nevertheless i continued to que with them. we entered the Coliseum and inside leader told us to not kill each other but kill the people that were not in our group and then let him win it, but then one girl appeared, which was out of our group but leader's friend so he ignored the list and told us to let her win it. Everyone agreed that they won't kill her but i didn't say a thing.

The Fight:

So the fight was about to begin and she went in to a corner and i went there with her knowing that nobody will get there, waiting until the rest kill each other. Nobody came to attack me until there were only 5 of them left and 2 of them were on really low HP. Leader started heading for me and It was the time to react, i jumped on him and kept myself alive executing the low hp guys that were on me and spamming victory rush, after i killed him and the other two there was only me and this warlock girl left which we were supposed to throw win for her, but i saw her doing premades before and I didn't want to let her win, so i started killing her and the leader was spamming raid chat that she is with us and that i should let her win,you could see that he was pretty pissed... but of course i killed her, she wasn't even average. As soon as i killed her i wrote in the raid chat with caps "F*** YOU AND YOUR PREMADES, THATS WHAT YOU GET WHEN YOU WINTRADE" and left the group. Immediately people whispered me their applause and told that they would do the same.

THE END

"after all its a free for all arena not a team fight, making these premades and wintrade for achievements really kills the game, play the game how it should be played and you will always have fun doing it, never ever take these kind of game breaking short cuts because in some circumstances it can also get you suspended..and whats an achievement if you don't have any story to tell behind it"


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By kagalive on 06 May 2017 (Patch 7.2.5 )

I like your style but wouldn't exactly say you played fair, then again neither did anyone else!


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By Tsuchiya on 22 Nov 2014 (Patch 6.0.3 )

Spent the weekend farming The Bone Collector to upgrade my Gladiator's Sanctum to level 3 to enter this.
Just came out of my first game as the winner! It was so intense haha but great fun.
As a male character I was awarded this title, 554 honor (usually 1500? but I was near cap), 6 gold and a Warlord's Flag of Victory.
The quest Fight, Kill, Salute! was also completed after the win which I think may be a bug as I didn't kill 100 players?
Anyway happy hunting and may the odds be ever in your favor!


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By GalaxEH on 23 Nov 2014 (Patch 6.0.3 )

Can confirm the Fight, Kill, Salute! bug you're talking about here. My progress was 7/100 and once I won the match and obtained the title the quest was completed also.


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By dewalds911 on 03 Sep 2014 (Patch 6.0.2 )

Coolest Title EVER! Nic Cage Ftw


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By Joe1113 on 20 Nov 2014 (Patch 6.0.3 )

Just saw someone with this title...just under a week into the expansion, that is dedication!


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By Urska on 16 Oct 2014 (Patch 6.0.2 )

i got the title and all too :L


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By Blage13 on 03 Jan 2016 (Patch 7.0.1 )

Did it on my first try ! happy healer


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By Steelfury on 14 Nov 2014 (Patch 6.0.3 )

This title is a reference to Lord of War, when Nicholas Cage's character is told that he is a ''true lord of war'' ( the character in question being a non native english speaker ) and alluding to the fact he's a warlord, when he's promoting warfare by backing one side or another in a conflict.