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Warcraft III

WarCraft III

WarCraft III: Reign of Chaos is the third installment of the WarCraft series and takes place in the imaginary lands of Kalimdor, Northrend, Azeroth and Lordaeron. Players are able to choose from one of 4 unique races - the powerful Human Alliance, the evil Undead Scourge, the tricky Sentinel of the Night elves, or the mighty and strong Orc Horde. The game was released in 2002 and has a very active community with excellent online support including automatic balance changes and an automated opponent finder. Players can chose out of 3 heroes per race and recruit a dozen different units and even hire merchants., the online platform, supports solo, free for all, random team games and arranged team games; 2v2, 3v3 and 4v4.

FF Division

The Freedom Fighters division of WarCraft III was formed in 2002 by long-time FF members FF-Master and FF-TNT. The division truly became active online when the new clan features were introduced in version 1.12. At this time the division has been running by FF-Nopileos who had previous command experience within Freespace 2. Playing within the Warcraft III Northrend Ladder the division had around 16 members who enjoyed arranged team games and internal clan war games with each other.

In 2004 we were expanding to the add-on “The Frozen Throne”. It's been even more active than the Reign of Chaos online community and also offered to play tournaments to win special icons as well as it supported 4v4 random team games. It includes 1 new Hero for each race and a few units. New neutral Heroes available for all races as well as new maps and a campaign that even lasts longer than the RoC campaign.

By the end of 2004 we were experiencing a lack of interest period in the game which made us decide to finally close the official Warcraft III division

Command Staff

CO FF-Nopileos
XO FF-Shardokar


Battlenet Northrend Ladder offers 7 different ladders and tournaments (tournaments only for The Frozen Throne) for all players. There are ladders for Solo, Random Team, Arranged Team 2v2, 3v3, 4v4 and Free For All games. Players start at level 1 in each ladder and for each win they gain experience; the more experience players have the better is their level. If the enemy is of a higher level wins count for more points while beating lower level enemies gives less. In the same way losing to higher level player doesn’t cost as much experience as losing to same level and losing to a weaker players costs more points. The maximum difference allowed between 2 players is 6 levels. The best 1000 players enter a ladder with rankings in each game type.