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Comic profile: Contested Territory
Contested Territory
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Comic language: English
Genre: Fantasy
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
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Last update: 2nd Dec 2016
Number of comics: 184
Number of subscribers: 54
Visitors: 225788 visitors (1115916 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.95 (255 votes)

Comic description

How do you make a cross-faction party actually work together?

Step 1: Raise a Night Elf and Orc together.
Step 2: Introduce Night Elf's long lost family after about a decade.
Step 3: Kidnap the Night Elf.
Step 4: ???
Step 5: Profit!

This is a fan-based comic set in Azeroth, home of World of Warcraft. This comic was first conceived in 2008, with the prologue, and chapters one and two taking place during "Vanilla WoW", and the rest of the series during The Burning Crusade. The comic is done entirely by hand: pencil, pen, colored pencil, and scan. Currently, it uploads on Fridays.

If you do not play WoW, the main thing that you need to know is the hatred between the two factions: the Horde, made up of Orcs, Tauren, Trolls, Undead and later Blood Elves and Goblins, and the Alliance, comprised of Humans, Dwarves, Night Elves, Gnomes and later Draenei and Worgen. Thank you for viewing and feel free to leave a comment or two!

Authors

Maiu
Maiu
Pen and paper artist and author of Contested Territory, currently updating Tuesdays and Fridays.

Most recent comments left on Contested Territory

Maryalee
23rd Dec 2016
Maryalee
MERRY CHRISTMAS MAIU!

<3 <3 <3 <3
Left on Around and a Boot
JSStryker (Guest)
11th Dec 2016
Strangely enough I have a friend who's main is named Aboot! LOL
Left on Around and a Boot
Guest (Guest)
10th Dec 2016
"A boot? Where? Where?"
Love it..........as always!
Left on Around and a Boot
Rofl! (Guest)
10th Dec 2016
"ROFL!"
Left on Around and a Boot
Tim (Guest)
9th Dec 2016
"Well, I wanted to help you find your sister, but after that, I am just going to go home."
Left on Around and a Boot