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Top 9 Characters in World of Warcraft

Updated on June 22, 2016

Introduction

World of Warcraft is forever changing, with new characters on the throne for the Horde and Alliance; new villains taking the spotlight; new questgivers with plans to save themselves or others; and those who just stand around in the background to make things complete. For my 50th Hub, I'm going to give you my top 9 favourite characters of Azeroth. This isn't just my personal opinion though, but I'll throw in what I know about how they've helped (or ruined) the world of Azeroth. These aren't in any particular order, as I like some more than others and vice versa. So, get your insciption paper and quill ready, as I'm gonna share some info about the characters and WoW lore!

Grom Hellscream, as drawn by Blizzard Entertainment's art director, Samwise. Yes, it was him who even suggested that Panderans should appear in Warcraft 3, later on to be in a WoW expansion.
Grom Hellscream, as drawn by Blizzard Entertainment's art director, Samwise. Yes, it was him who even suggested that Panderans should appear in Warcraft 3, later on to be in a WoW expansion. | Source

9. Grommash "Grom" Hellscream

It's a bit too late to say now, but I'm a major Horde player. Their story has truly developed in the most recent expansion (Cataclysm), as their ties with each other are becoming frayed. I'm going to begin with one of the biggest stars of them all - Grom Hellscream. The surname will be familiar, and if it isn't, you're not a WoW player. He is indeed the father of current Horde Warchief, Garrosh Hellscream. His most famous appearance was in Warcraft 3 during the Orc campaign, where Thrall rescued him from a human settlement. The lorefreaks of WoW will obviously tell you that Grom has done as much good as he did bad. He had a short temper much like his son; he was an excellent warrior despite being nearly malnutritioned (even though he's not drawn like that); and he drank the Fel (demon) blood in order to save his people. By drinking the tainted blood however, he became ever more enraged and much more violent. In doing this, he lost a lot of support from his people. So he's remembered for doing the worst thing imaginable in-game, but for the best reason - to save the Horde.

Arthas Menethil on his return to Lordaeron. The armour he wears is what he will for the rest of his existence, with a lots of dry ice and frost surrounding him.
Arthas Menethil on his return to Lordaeron. The armour he wears is what he will for the rest of his existence, with a lots of dry ice and frost surrounding him.

8. Arthas Menethil

This Paladin was once a member of the Alliance of Lordaeron (think of it like the Horde, before the Tauren, Trolls and Goblins became official members), and being a Paladin, he would've been a member of the Order of the Silver Hand. Despite what Uther Lightbringer told him in both their first appearance in Warcraft 3, Arthas became very spiteful, and was known for the genocide of hudreds of humans across the Eastern Kingdoms. His most famous moment was when he chased a necromancer all the way to Northrend, but never caught him. Instead, he burnt the ships that brought him there so there was no escape. With Magni Bronzebeard, he travelled to find the legendary sword, Frostmourne, and upon brandishing it, the weilder would get unlimited power. In doing so, the weilder would also sacrifice their soul to the immortal Lich King and serve until someone else took the blade. Like Grom Hellscream, Arthas did what he needed to save his people, but it had little effect. By finding the blade and slaying Magni, he became insane and returned to Lordaeron.... killing his father. His most recent appearance was in the World of Warcraft expansion, Wrath of the Lich King.

As his time during the Lich King, he was part of a 25 and 40-man raid in Icecrown Citadel, Northrend. He would also order his forces in the Plaguelands, Eastern Kingdoms, and player Death Knights would gain tasks and boons from him.

Vol'jin, a Shadow Hunter of the Darkspear Trolls. While he may look like an easy foe to kill, his abilities will scar you. He's also one of the few leaders who is in a starter area, guarded by Lv.90 Elites who can kill 85s in under 5 hits.
Vol'jin, a Shadow Hunter of the Darkspear Trolls. While he may look like an easy foe to kill, his abilities will scar you. He's also one of the few leaders who is in a starter area, guarded by Lv.90 Elites who can kill 85s in under 5 hits.

7. Vol'jin

While the leader of the Darkspear Trolls isn't the most famous NPC in Azeroth, he's one of the most important for the Horde, being in the top 5 at least. He's lost a lot including his home in Stranglethorn, friends and family to other clans and has his position in the Horde threatened by the Zandalari empire (the Amani trolls of Zul'Aman, and the Gurubashi trolls of Zul'Gurub). Yet he's only a "no-more-mister-nice-guy" when he or - even worse - his people are threatened with death and destruction, but his relations with the Alliance are pretty good, seeing as he waits inside Zul'Aman for Alliance players to join him in their extinction.

But why do some players hate him? First off, it's the players who support Garrosh Hellscream - it's one or the other with these two, I'm afraid, you can't like both. It's impossible. During the Troll starting area, you can see Vol'jin speak to Garrosh in person, and he threatens the Warchief with death! While Thrall and Cairne Bloodhoof spoke only in quiet, Vol'jin acually had the balls to go up to Garrosh - a hero of Northrend who supposedly killed Arthas single-handedly - and say, "If you sacrifice anyone in the Horde, especially the Darkspear, you'll die at my hand". He even says something along the lines of,

"I won't be losin' me people for ye foolish thirst for war..... ye have the same demon blood and short-temper as ye father..... ye'd better watch ye back, and sleep with one eye open, for dere'll be a tribal arrow piercin' ye black heart, and as the tainted blood leaves ye body, de people will see who ye truly are...."

Vol'jin's involvement in Horde affairs is few, but his story has had a major overhaul during the Cataclysm expansion. If there's anyone worthy of being Warchief in the next expansion, he's the first on the list.

Chen Stormstout, the most famous Brewmaster in Warcraft lore. As you look at this picture, remember that there will be an expansion full of these burly, drunken warriors!
Chen Stormstout, the most famous Brewmaster in Warcraft lore. As you look at this picture, remember that there will be an expansion full of these burly, drunken warriors!

6. Chen Stormstout

Chen Stormstout's first appearance was in Warcraft 3, mainly as an April Fools' joke from Samwise to the W3 gamers. Yet when players took it seriously, it was included in-game and he became an NPC (So to all those who dislike Panderan - you asked for this, now you've got it). However, he was found only in the expansion of Warcraft 3: The Frozen Throne, where gamers play as Rexxar the Beastmaster. By taking a quest from Chen, players are rewarded with a special brew which nearly kills him.

Chen Stormstout is one of the many Brewmasters of Panderia, who left his island for Durotar in a quest to find more ingredients for his many consumables. His existence alone has inspired many events such as "Brewfest Month", and has probably contributed more to the Horde and Durotar than any associates (these being Sin'Dorei/Blood Elves and the Forsaken). It is rumoured he appeared in a quest-chain in World of Warcraft, and in return he'd reward players with a brew.

"Oh, Mister Crowley? Won't you ride my white horse?" - Ozzy Osbourne's Mister Crowley.
"Oh, Mister Crowley? Won't you ride my white horse?" - Ozzy Osbourne's Mister Crowley.

5. Lord Darius Crowley

Lord Darius Crowley was introduced in the Cataclysm expansion of World of Warcraft, and played a major role in the Gilnean campaign. Before the Forsaken came to bring Gilneas to ruin, King Genn Greymane and Darius Crowley fought each other in civil war, and completely destroyed the morale of the city. When Sylvanas and her Forsaken arrived with the plague, the Worgen went wild around the city, spreading the infection to others. It was Darius Crowley who repelled the forces with wit, cunning and beastial instinct.

Crowley had lost his land to Greymane after the great Gilnean wall was built, to prevent anyone entering or leaving. This included members of the Alliance they were once a part of. By doing this, Darius Crowley had more reason to form a civil war and get back to their Stormwind counterparts. During the second act of the campaign, it is revealed that Darius once collected the Worgen to see if they were sane (the player character remains so, and is treated like any other human), but he becomes infected. Due to Genn's involvement with the Worgen, it is later revealed he too became infected and rules Gilneas as a Worgen with Darius.

Despite being such an amazing character with much potential, he is rarely seen. The most we see of him is in Gilneas and the Forsaken campaign later on, when he catches a Forsaken Spy (a Horde player being the other spy accompanying them).

Jaina Proudmoore - the most powerful mage the Alliance has to offer - stands ready for battle.
Jaina Proudmoore - the most powerful mage the Alliance has to offer - stands ready for battle. | Source

4. Jaina Proudmoore

I don't want this list look one-sided towards a single gender, so I think it's time to include one of my favourite females in-game, and no, not because she's hot (a reason why Lady Sylvanas Windrunner's madness breaking out has been delayed). My main problem is that I know little about her (I'm such a gamer, that I know as much about women IRL as I do in-game), and my roots with lore only begin with Warcraft 3. From what I gather, she's the most powerful mortal mage in Azeroth. I say Mortal because the Kirin Tor are immortals, and prove that through quest-text constantly in Northrend. She was also the lover of Arthas Menethil, but left him when he went on his campaign, leading only to genocide starting in Stratholme in W3. This can also be seen in the instance in the caverns of time, The Culling of Stratholme.

I also like her because in Warcraft 3, she could've ended the war between the Horde and Alliance very simply, as Thrall and Proudmoore were going to talk. Yet the Admiral Proudmoore arrived and attempted to kill them, but Jaina slowed them down and let the Heroes escape. If it weren't for the Admiral's foolish thirst for revenge, a lot of lives would be saved today, but we wouldn't have this MMORPG.

It is rumoured she will be killed in the next expansion, Mists of Panderia, during a siege against her home Theramore Isle (one of my favourite quest zones too). Whether she gets killed in the destruction though, is unknown.

Darion Mograine in Icecrown, Northrend.
Darion Mograine in Icecrown, Northrend.

3. Highlord Darion Mograine

Whenever you hear the chill battlecry, Face the might of Mograine! you know someone's about to enter a world of hurt. The Highlord was once a knight who was tasked with slaying the undead of Light's Hope Chapel, and the battle was going quite well. Motivated by fear from the night before (he had a vision of the Scourge winning the battle), he managed to slay many Scourge and save several lives. Yet all was lost when Kel'thuzad arrived and tipped the tides of battle in his favor. As Darion approached, he was warned that his blade could not stop the great necromancer. He stopped on his horse, pondered for a brief moment, then thrust the blade straight through his heart, telling his father he loves him.

Not long after, Kel'thuzad would resurrect him as a Death Knight and give him the title of Highlord - a most trusted member of the Scourge. During the Death Knight campaign, players will take tasks from him and earn many buffs when in Acherus: The Ebon Hold,even some words of advice and some hints to where to look in lore. He would also prevent the Lich King from bringing the apocalypse to Azeroth, by throwing his blade to Tirion Fordring, and casting it towards Arthas. He was wounded, and took great amounts of damage, but still survived. As of this, the Lich King retreated back to Northrend and left his Death Knights behind. They would become Knights of the Ebon Blade, and would side with the Argent Crusade (Argent Dawn and Silver Hand combined). Tirion Fordring led the Argent Crusade, but Darion Mograine led the Knights of the Ebon Blade.

I chose him to be the third character on my list because of his interesting story, and how he'd slain himself to release his father's soul from his blade (Ashbringer), and summon hundreds of troops from beams of light. A man of courage, wisdom and dedication, the Highlord is much more than someone who spreads the Mograine Migraine.

Brann Bronzebeard, youngest of the Bronzebeard Bros., standing in Ulduar waiting for adventurers to take some quests from him.
Brann Bronzebeard, youngest of the Bronzebeard Bros., standing in Ulduar waiting for adventurers to take some quests from him.

2. Brann Bronzebeard

If you're a full-on dungeoneer who played the Vanilla, TBC, WotLK and Cataclysm content, then you'll have seen Brann Bronzebeard from time to time. OK, so he doesn't look like much, but you'd be surprised how much lore he has. Did you know he speaks fluently in nearly all languages throughout Azeroth, mostly in Orc tongue? Or how about he's the youngest brother of the three Bronzebeards, and his eldest was the king of Ironforge? One of his most famous moments has to be when he helped destroy the Dark Portal, thanks to his prowess in battle and his cunning. Yet Brann Bronzebeard is really only known for being an explorer and architect, often confused with the Dwarf Hunter, Hemet Nesingwary Jr. It's a simple mistake to make as they look similar and have different intentions. Brann is a pretty nice character to follow in terms of lore and throughout quests, as he has some excellent dialogue ("What do you think I'm here for, tea and biscuits?!" is probably one of his best lines when you see him in the instance), and is an excellent companion at times. His interest in the Old Gods, Titans and Ulduar has often given him the opportunity to lead battle-tonks and soldiers to battle, in order to find out more about Azeroth's creation. A truly interesting character - an inquiring mind you've just got to know!

Thrall may have left the Horde temporarily, but such devotion to nature and his people runs strong in his blood. Click on the images to see them enlarged.
Thrall may have left the Horde temporarily, but such devotion to nature and his people runs strong in his blood. Click on the images to see them enlarged.

1. Thrall, Aspect of the Earth

Slave, Warchief, World Shaman, Aspect.... Go'el.... lifemate. Thrall is the embodiment of the meaning, "a man of a thousand names".

This was the first character I've wanted to put on the list, and he was the one who inspired it. For a player who wasn't around in WotLK, I'm sure a big fan of ex-Warchief Thrall. Why? Well, for a start he's the one who could've ended mindless conflicts for the past seven years, but the Alliance betrayed him, giving him no choice but to keep fighting. He's also the World Shaman - the most powerful Shaman in Azeroth who plans to heal the wounds of his planet with the other aspects. Born a slave, Go'El would be forced to fight fellow Orcs in arenas for his own life, but something kept him going - it was knowledge. It was cunning. He was much more different to the other prisoners of the humans, as he developed tactics, strategies and learnt the power of Shamanism to get his way. After defeating the humans, he ran away and led the Horde not long after.

Yet those who are familiar with W3 won't know much of that, unless they've read the novels. Thrall was once the Warchief of the Horde during W3 and previous expansions, accepting allies such as the Darkspear Trolls, the Bloodhoof Tauren and the Bilgewater Goblins. Later, he would bring in the Forsaken in order to get more ties in the Eastern Kingdoms, and Lor'Themar Theron's Sin'dorei (Blood Elves) as they were excellent fighters who needed help. He put down his mantle of Warchief when Garrosh won an arena match against Cairne (Garrosh's blade however, was poisoned by Moira Grimtotem). He gave Garrosh the mantle and awarded him with his father's axe, Gorehowl. Yet this was a mistake that shook the Horde. Thrall was needed to heal Azeroth after Deathwing's rise and was required to help find and slay him. In doing this, Garrosh was named Warchief and more bloody wars were raged in Go'El's absence.

It was later revealed that Thrall also had several mental troubles, such as rage - inside he has a burning hate for Garrosh, but is later soothed when the hero and his lifemate Aggra help. He also has much doubt for the Horde and its allies, seeing if Garrosh can keep Baine Bloodhoof, Vol'jin, Lor'themar Theron and Lady Windrunner together. His longing was to settle down with Aggra and have children, also take a break from ruling the Horde. His also thinks his patience is troubling, as he constantly waits for peace between him and the Alliance, so he may rest at long last.

An aged Orc with many interesting stories, Thrall has overcome empires and destroyed traitors within his armies. His power of the elements exceeds any other Shaman, and he practically has Azeroth kneeling before him. An wonderous person, Thrall is my favourite in-game character hands down.

Conclusion

It was hard for me to choose these nine characters, as some are seen as more important but actually aren't necessary. I wanted to include Harrison Jones, Hemet Nesingwary and even Lor'themar Theron (a leader I recently hated, but he's quite the character once you get to know him). Even ones you barely look at like Initiate Goldmine, Baleflame and the one Dwarf woman who loves to say, "Aye was borne the flay!" (Translation: I was born to fly!). Yet sadly there's only room for nine, and it was difficult picking them out. Sure, they have their flaws and several things that could've been improved, but each have a twinkle of need, and a sprinkle of oomph to the story. Without such characters, the World of Warcraft would never be the same!

Feel free to make your own list (maybe state why you like them) on the comments box, and if there's any flawed lore, please say. I'm up for constructive criticism! And thanks for your time!

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    mikeydcarroll67 5 years ago

    I can say I am a troll about the best. I can relate to the troll leader about the best. Pretty cool list!

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    Gordon D Easingwood 5 years ago from Wakefield, United Kingdom

    Excellent hub, slight bias towards the horde though I detect! You are right though in cataclysm the horde story has got much more interesting and the alliance seems to have become diluted somewhat.

    Thumbs up.

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    John Roberts 5 years ago from South Yorkshire, England

    @mikeydcarroll67 - Thanks for the support on Vol'jin. I have to say, he's one of my favourite characters in the game, and has great relations with the Alliance. When I first saw Bambala (Darkspear Emissary) at the Stormwind Docks, I was quite surprised the Alliance didn't just gun her down. An excellent display of his truce-making powers.

    @Arioch - thanks to you too for the feedback. Yeah, I am very biased towards the Horde and I apologize, but it's because I find their lore so much more interesting and study them more. While I don't think their leaders are wholly interesting, characters associated with them such as Flintlocke and Malfurion Stormrage have some nice stories. Chances are, I'll be returning to the Alliance campaign and seeing what makes them so good - maybe a "Top 9 Reasons to play Alliance" or something? I'd probably do the same for the Horde, even though I have here ^^

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    mikeydcarroll67 5 years ago

    Yea. What server do you play on and when?

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    John Roberts 5 years ago from South Yorkshire, England

    Mostly Defias Brotherhood (EU), Alliance side now as a Worgen Druid (Jonní). If not I'll be there as Jekiil or Jorrok on the Horde. As for times, that really depends, but mostly afternoons during weeks and all day weekends ^^

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    mikeydcarroll67 5 years ago

    OK. I am a troll (Fliken I think is my character's name) and just started. I am on Drenden.

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    John Roberts 5 years ago from South Yorkshire, England

    Wow, good to know! I'll be sure to come over some time and help out where I can. It'd be a pleasure to play with you in-game ^^

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    Suzanne Sheffield 5 years ago from Mid-Atlantic

    I really enjoyed reading about all the characters that live in the World of Warcraft as I have level 85 horde and (fire mage) and 2 level 85 ally (frost mage and sub rogue) toons which give me hours of enjoyment playing. If I told you my age you would not believe it, but we are out there. Thumbs up!

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    Joel 4 years ago

    I love all the characters you have put on this list and also used to be a bit of a lore nerd when I played WoW. I strongly agree with you putting Thrall as number one as he is extremely frickin' amazing! Also I did not know he was Aspect of the Earth.

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    John Roberts 4 years ago from South Yorkshire, England

    @Joel - thanks for the comment! Yeah, he became the Aspect of the Earth as of Cataclysm. Though he's only a temporary member, as he's not a dragon aspect. But born and bred a Shaman, he's the best candidate.

    I doubt he'll return to the throne as Warchief, as his main concern now is peace andraising his family. But who knows what will happen in MoP? ^^

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    Michael Murchie 4 years ago from Parts Unknown

    Simply awesome ! But tell me, as a returning player who was Alliance all the way, if I start a Horde character, what advice can you give race wise to getting the best out of the story lines?

    I have all the expansions and I am a bit compulsive, I don't want to miss a thing!

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    John Roberts 4 years ago from South Yorkshire, England

    Glad to hear you're returning, Zakmoonbeam! Unfortunately, I wasn't around during WotLK or any previous expansion, so I grew up with Cataclysm lore. Your best bet would be to start off as a Troll, learning about Vol'jin and his argument with Garrosh Hellscream. It really shows just how strong the Darkspear are when threatened, and it could've sparked a (foolish) civil war between Trolls and Orcs.

    The Goblins see Thrall in their compulsory starting area, and help him get off the island. We also find out that Garrosh may have tipped off SI:7 in order to get Thrall captured, to prevent him from returning to the throne.

    The Sin'dorei (Blood Elves), I can't really say much about because I know little about them and can't follow their story all too well.

    The undead campaign will let you see Sylvanas Windrunner around an hour or two in, and you get to help her take Gilneas. You'll also see her hatred toward Garrosh Hellscream, and how she may be killed off in the next expansion because of this.

    The Orcs don't share a lot of lore surprisingly, and just take you to a Troll base about an hour into their campaign. They barely mention the change of warchief despite both leaders being Orcs.

    Finally, the Tauren campaign will teach you that Cairne Bloodhoof is dead due to a poisoned weapon after Garrosh defeated him in the arena. Moira Grimtotem poisoned Garrosh's blade, and he became the Warchief. Baine Bloodhoof is now in charge of the Taurahe, and floods the quilboar dens to kill them outright. In doing so, he enrages them and brings them to war.

    As said before, go with the Troll campaign to see real tensions of the Horde. ^^

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    Michael Murchie 4 years ago from Parts Unknown

    Wow, you really know your lore !! Thanks for taking the time to reply so comprehensively, I was swaying towards trolls as the look cool as hell, no it's a done deal, Many thanks again, Zakkers

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    John Roberts 4 years ago from South Yorkshire, England

    No worries! If there's anything else you wanna know, feel free to ask, and I'll do what I can to help in terms of lore ^^

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    LostInRevery 4 years ago from Maine

    I have to say that Brann Bronzebeard annoys me every time I see him because of all the dungeon runs I use to do and that section in Halls of Stone......I still hate that part to this day! I think my favorite is Lady Sylvanas Windrunner.

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    alex-shiels 4 years ago from Darlington

    Brann is soooo slow. He's a typical NPC that walks too slow but Thrall is so cool. I hope Garrosh gets thrown out of Orgrimmar and we get Thrall/Aggra as leader.

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    John Roberts 4 years ago from South Yorkshire, England

    Lol, I know what you're all saying about Brann, he's rather dull in WotLK. As for leaders, I've heard that Boss Mina of the Goblin district may be our next leader, as she's temporarily looking after the Goblins while Gallywix is away doing something or other. Many have asked for Sylvanas to come to the throne, but it's already been confirmed she gets killed off in the next expansion.

    It would be nice to see Aggra as a leader. Maybe I'll write another article about who would be a good candidate to lead the Horde.

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    alex-shiels 4 years ago from Darlington

    I would definitely read that. It will be sad to see Sylvanas die off but yeah Aggra would be good. As long as Garrosh goes.

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    Marcus J. Guidry 4 years ago from Bayou Country, Louisiana

    I'm not a Garrosh Hellscream fan either. I love the list and I loved that my all time favorite made the #1 spot-Thrall.

    I am biased towards the Horde as well but I do occasionally play alliance.

    FOR THE HORDE!

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    John Roberts 4 years ago from South Yorkshire, England

    Thanks Marcus J for the comment! I'll hopefully do another Top 9 list based on Alliance characters, so if there's anyone you wanna see there, please let me know ^^

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    Rastya 4 years ago

    Yo, nice to see this one and hi5 for thrall and vol'jin. Too bad cairne is not here, or maybe because he's dead? :(

    btw, a bit mistake about thrall's lore, he put down the mantle of warchief because he have to join the earthen ring. And then after that Cairne got the death duel with Garrosh, 'cause Garrosh is murdering the druids of ashenvale, which then makes thrall regret of leaving the mantle of warchief.

    Anyway, can't wait for mist of pandaria so I can partake in ending Garrosh' life, using a troll definitely.

    And finally, I cannot agree with you more abou Vol'Jin being the next warchief. For the darkspear tribe, mon.

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    John Roberts 4 years ago from South Yorkshire, England

    Thanks for the update on the lore, Rastya. I didn't choose Cairne simply because I didn't know him before Cataclysm all that well, and I'm more of a Baine fan myself. As much as I'd like Vol'jin to be the next Warchief, lore has it that only an Orc can rule, so it'll probably be someone like Rexxar the Beastmaster or the other champion of the Horde (some guy in Thrallmar in Outland I think). ^^

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    linkcisco 4 years ago

    It wasn't Magni the one that you were talking about, it was Muradin and Arthas didn't kill him as is revealed in the Wrath of the Lich King expansion.

    I don't know why you say that Kirin Tor are immortal, they are not, it's just a group, not a race or something like that. Jaina herself was a member and trained by the Kirin Tor and right now was chosen as their new leader.

    It's Pandaria*

    Nice list anyway

    My favorite characters would be:

    Thrall

    Sylvanas

    Sargeras

    Med'an

    Medivh

    Illidan

    Maiev Shadowsong

    Velen

    Ner'zhul

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    David Livermore 4 years ago from Bakersfield, California, United States

    Brann is a very annoying character. He talks way too much, and it's especially annoying when you hear the same speech a hundred times!

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    John Roberts 4 years ago from South Yorkshire, England

    To be perfectly honest, davidlivermore, I'd not heard him all that much. The most I saw of him was in I think the Halls of Lightning, though I agree his huge reems of text can delay events by literally a few minutes. If you want a quick run, I wouldn't recommend any dungeons with Bronzebeard in them. Thanks for the comment! I'll be sure to do a second version of this once I know my lore for a fact.

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    Cedric Yong 10 months ago from Singapore

    Thrall rightly deserves his position as number 1.

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