History Characters / WarcraftTheHorde

19th Apr '17 5:51:47 AM OutsiderXE
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*** It is noteworthy to mention that.[[spoiler: According to Bashiok, the Former Community Manager, a majority of the Orcs stood with the Horde (the Darkspear Rebellion), and against Garrosh's vision of "pure Orcish Horde" [[https://us.battle.net/forums/en/wow/topic/13841334060?page=4#65 Bashiok's post]] While no specific detail was given, it's possible that many Orcs from the Blackrock and Warsong clans side with the rebellion.]]
18th Apr '17 11:09:11 PM OutsiderXE
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*** As of Legion. [[spoiler:Following the death of Warlord Zaela, Gorfax Angerfang may have become a leader of the Dragonmaw Clan as he is present at the ceremony held when a Horde player reaches Prestige Rank 2, the Dragonmaw still remain with the Horde after the Siege of Orgrimmar.]]
18th Apr '17 10:58:55 PM OutsiderXE
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** Also, what about a quarter of the Grimtotem who choose to split their tribe, and denounce support for Magatha Grimtotem, while agree to swear loyalty to the United Tauren Tribes and the Horde, and reform under Stormsong's leadership in The Shattering: Prelude to Cataclysm. There are no mention of Horde-aligned Grimtotem or Stormsong outside of the novel.

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** Also, what about a quarter of the Grimtotem who choose to split their tribe, and denounce support for Magatha Grimtotem, while agree to swear loyalty to the United Tauren Tribes and the Horde, and reform under Stormsong's leadership in The ''The Shattering: Prelude to Cataclysm.Cataclysm''. There are no mention of Horde-aligned Grimtotem or Stormsong outside of the novel.
18th Apr '17 10:57:26 PM OutsiderXE
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** Also, what about a quarter of the Grimtotem who choose to split their tribe, and denounce support for Magatha Grimtotem, while agree to swear loyalty to the United Tauren Tribes and the Horde, and reform under Jevan Grimtotem's leadership in The Shattering: Prelude to Cataclysm. There are no mention of Horde-aligned Grimtotem or Stormsong outside of the novel.

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** Also, what about a quarter of the Grimtotem who choose to split their tribe, and denounce support for Magatha Grimtotem, while agree to swear loyalty to the United Tauren Tribes and the Horde, and reform under Jevan Grimtotem's Stormsong's leadership in The Shattering: Prelude to Cataclysm. There are no mention of Horde-aligned Grimtotem or Stormsong outside of the novel.
18th Apr '17 10:55:57 PM OutsiderXE
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** Also, what about a quarter of the Grimtotem who choose to split their tribe, and denounce support for Magatha Grimtotem, while agree to swear loyalty to the United Tauren Tribes and the Horde, and reform under Jevan Grimtotem's leadership in The Shattering: Prelude to Cataclysm. There are no mention of Horde-aligned Grimtotem or Stormsong outside of the novel.
17th Apr '17 6:22:47 AM Saveelich
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* [[Characters/WarcraftTheHordeOldHorde The Old Horde/Iron Horde]] : The first Horde formed under the influence of the Burning Legion on Draenor. The "Iron Horde" is an alternate timeline version of that first Horde, led by Grommash Hellscream and using military knowledge given by Garrosh Hellscream.

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* [[Characters/WarcraftTheHordeOldHorde The Old Horde/Iron Horde]] : The first Horde formed under the influence of the Burning Legion on Draenor. The "Iron Horde" is an alternate timeline AlternateTimeline version of that first Horde, led by Grommash Hellscream and using military knowledge given by Garrosh Hellscream.
17th Apr '17 6:21:01 AM Saveelich
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* [[Characters/WarcraftTheHordeOldHorde The Old Horde/Iron Horde]] : The first Horde formed under the influence of the Burning Legion on Draenor. The "Iron Horde" is a time-altered version of that first Horde, led by Grommash Hellscream and using military knowledge given by Garrosh Hellscream.

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* [[Characters/WarcraftTheHordeOldHorde The Old Horde/Iron Horde]] : The first Horde formed under the influence of the Burning Legion on Draenor. The "Iron Horde" is a time-altered an alternate timeline version of that first Horde, led by Grommash Hellscream and using military knowledge given by Garrosh Hellscream.
21st Mar '17 2:47:21 AM Boggs
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* RagTagBunchOfMisfits: They are a coalition of different races who band together militarily and economically for survival. The Orcs are outcasts from another planet with a dark history of warmongering and demonic influences, The Darkspear Trolls are the TokenGoodTeammate to their AlwaysChaoticEvil race, The Tauren are a pacifistic society of animists, The Forsaken are nefarious, unliving zombie/ghost/ghoul people who may or may not be, in fact, evil, The Blood Elves are the shell-shocked remnants of a shattered civilization, and the Goblins are quirky industrialists whose home was destroyed by a volcano.

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* RagTagBunchOfMisfits: They are a coalition of different races who band together militarily and economically for survival. The Orcs are outcasts from another planet with a dark history of warmongering and demonic influences, The Darkspear Trolls are the TokenGoodTeammate to their AlwaysChaoticEvil race, The Tauren are a pacifistic society of animists, The Forsaken are nefarious, unliving zombie/ghost/ghoul people who may or may not be, in fact, evil, The Blood Elves are the shell-shocked remnants of a shattered civilization, and the The Goblins are quirky industrialists whose home was destroyed by a volcano.
21st Mar '17 2:43:38 AM Boggs
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%%* RagTagBunchOfMisfits* RagTagBunchOfMisfits: They are a coalition of different races who band together militarily and economically for survival. The Orcs are outcasts from another planet with a dark history of warmongering and demonic influences, The Darkspear Trolls are the TokenGoodTeammate to their AlwaysChaoticEvil race, The Tauren are a pacifistic society of animists, The Forsaken are nefarious, unliving zombie/ghost/ghoul people who may or may not be, in fact, evil, The Blood Elves are the shell-shocked remnants of a shattered civilization, and the Goblins are quirky industrialists whose home was destroyed by a volcano.
9th Oct '16 1:13:41 PM tdwally
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** The blood elves and the Forsaken have their own special relationship: The Banshee Queen Sylvanas, who rules the Forsaken, was in life the Ranger-General of Silvermoon City, and both races share a past scarred by the Scourge, the Forsaken being undead freed from the Lich King's will, the blood elves being the survivors of Quel'thalas after the Lich King's march. The only reason the blood elves were even accepted to the Horde in the first place was due to Sylvanas' insistence.

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** The blood elves and the Forsaken have their own special relationship: The Banshee Queen Sylvanas, who rules the Forsaken, was in life the Ranger-General of Silvermoon City, and both races share a past scarred by the Scourge, the Forsaken being undead freed from the Lich King's will, the blood elves being the survivors of Quel'thalas after the Lich King's march. The only reason the blood elves were even accepted to the Horde in the first place was due to Sylvanas' insistence. The blood elves' leader Lor'themar Theron was even once her NumberTwo when she was Ranger General. There is a dark side to this, as Sylvanas appears to still consider him as such and has little problem issuing orders to him and taking advantage of blood elf resources and manpower to accomplish her own ends.
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