Is the Ring all Horde? {{User:Mr.X8/Sig}} 20:37, 11 November 2007 (UTC)

Darktable SortableEdit

Sorry double revert, press it by accident. I really suggest we don't use the darktable sortable. This isn't a documentation article like WoW NPC list, its more of a stub of the article. Also not all of the members in the Crimson Ring can be considered as Horde or Alliance, since they are talking about the pre-Kingdom history.

The word Crimson Ring is a little confusing as the Comic doesn’t state it quite clearly. It seems like some people think it refers to Dire Maul (as sort of the Gladiator Olympics), while others believe Crimson Ring just refer to a reputations/factions. If it does refer to a factions, it is still not known if it refers to gladiators of a particular region or not. --Ramu50 (talk) 17:10, 6 July 2009 (UTC)

Well, the table is used on most of the character lists of a certain faction. There's always a faction without it, but that's just because no one has made it yet. Some examples:
Also, the faction depends on their last faction in-game. Most of them are Horde (were training in Orgrimmar btw) and/or belong to a faction that belongs to the Horde.
And, anyway, the table helps organize all the characters by name, location, status and role in the organization, Crimson Ring in this case.--Lon-ami (talk) 17:16, 6 July 2009 (UTC)

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