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|November 23, 2004|
|Alliance / Horde ratio||2.1:1|
One of the original servers at release day, Thunderhorn (PvE) has a wide variety of very experienced players. Thunderhorn is famous for one druid, whose guide to Druids gained much attention on the Blizzard forums: Alamo. Due to its high rate of turnover and drama among high-end guilds, Thunderhorn raiders often struggle with progression, when compared to other servers of equal age. (Please to all who wish to edit this page, do not make changes that break the page. Foxblue24 (talk) 06:58, 14 July 2009 (UTC) )
PvP Hall of Fame Edit
Everyone on Thunderhorn that made High Warlord/Grand Marshal before patch 2.0
Horde: 5 Rogues - 2 Warriors - 1 Shaman - 3 Mages - 3 Priests - 1 Druid - 1 Hunter - 1 Warlock
Alliance: 3 Rogues - 4 Warriors - 3 Paladins - 3 Mages - 1 Priest - 1 Druid - 4 Hunters - 2 Warlocks
Guild Websites Edit
Guild Information - Raids Edit
Below is the raiding status of guilds wishing to be mentioned, maintained by said guilds.
Server Links EditPvE Progression Thread