The Horde Hall of Fame is set to close with the weekly maintenance after 100 guilds have managed to defeat Sylvanas Windrunner in the Sanctum of Domination raid on Mythic difficulty.
Guilds still hoping to achieve the limited Hall of Fame title, have up until the weekly reset to catch up, however, once the servers go down, they will no longer be able to complete the achievement.
The Alliance Hall of Fame is still far from complete, with currently 14 guilds who have completed the raid.
This number is unlikely to rise before the reset, and it may take up to another month before the Alliance leaderboard is filled.
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Cross realm mythic requires both Hall of Fame leaderboards to close, so players hoping to complete the raid cross-server will have to wait a bit longer.
With how few Alliance guilds have completed the raid, this has sparked the Faction balance conversation again, with many players worried this will tip the scale again, forcing more guilds to move to Horde for the rest of the expansion.
Previously, in Castle Nathria only 12 Alliance guilds had managed to defeat Sire Denathruis before the Horde Hall of Fame Closed, which matched the numbers of the first tier of Battle for Azeroth.
With more guilds converting to the Horde side, the community often brings up the conversation about letting both factions play together, but that would need to be a very big decision from Blizzard that will undo more than 20 years of Warcraft history.