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[[folder:Deathwing, The Destroyer]]
Neltharion the Earth-Warder was one of the five Dragon Aspects, beings empowered by the titans to be the immortal guardians of Azeroth. However, driven insane by the Old Gods, Neltharion turned on his siblings during the War of the Ancients. After this, he took a new name - Deathwing, the Aspect of Death. Deathwing was the most powerful servant of the Old Gods, and acted as their instrument of destruction. He manipulated both the Horde and Alliance during the Second War, but was ultimately defeated. He was not killed however, and retreated to the elemental plane Deepholm to recover.\\
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Years later, Deathwing emerged from his realm, outfitted with Elementium plating that barely held his crumbling form together. He began the Cataclysm, an event that nearly tore Azeroth apart. His ultimate goal was to begin the Hour of Twilight, an apocalypse where all life would end and the Old Gods would awaken once more.
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* AscendedMeme: Deathwing's reveal teaser was the same used to tease Hanamura Showdown - the same one everyone thought was going to be Deathwing back when it happened.
* DragonsAreDemonic: Deathwing is basically the poster boy for evil dragons, especially ones using Satanish imagery.
* EarlyBirdCameo: Deathwing had several portraits and sprays in the game as early as 2017.
* {{Foreshadowing}}:
** Back in Caldeum Complex, the description for the patch mentioned Chromie was having visions of a ''cataclysmic'' event coming to the Nexus.
** In the weeks leading up to Deathwing's announcement, occasionally the screen would shake and turn orange at the start of the match.
* HotWings: His wings catch on fire while he flies.
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[[folder:Deathwing, The Destroyer]]
Neltharion the Earth-Warder was one of the five Dragon Aspects, beings empowered by the titans to be the immortal guardians of Azeroth. However, driven insane by the Old Gods, Neltharion turned on his siblings during the War of the Ancients. After this, he took a new name - Deathwing, the Aspect of Death. Deathwing was the most powerful servant of the Old Gods, and acted as their instrument of destruction. He manipulated both the Horde and Alliance during the Second War, but was ultimately defeated. He was not killed however, and retreated to the elemental plane Deepholm to recover.\\
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Years later, Deathwing emerged from his realm, outfitted with Elementium plating that barely held his crumbling form together. He began the Cataclysm, an event that nearly tore Azeroth apart. His ultimate goal was to begin the Hour of Twilight, an apocalypse where all life would end and the Old Gods would awaken once more.
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* AscendedMeme: Deathwing's reveal teaser was the same used to tease Hanamura Showdown - the same one everyone thought was going to be Deathwing back when it happened.
* DragonsAreDemonic: Deathwing is basically the poster boy for evil dragons, especially ones using Satanish imagery.
* EarlyBirdCameo: Deathwing had several portraits and sprays in the game as early as 2017.
* {{Foreshadowing}}:
** Back in Caldeum Complex, the description for the patch mentioned Chromie was having visions of a ''cataclysmic'' event coming to the Nexus.
** In the weeks leading up to Deathwing's announcement, occasionally the screen would shake and turn orange at the start of the match.
* HotWings: His wings catch on fire while he flies.
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[[folder:Deathwing, The Destroyer]]
Neltharion the Earth-Warder was one of the five Dragon Aspects, beings empowered by the titans to be the immortal guardians of Azeroth. However, driven insane by the Old Gods, Neltharion turned on his siblings during the War of the Ancients. After this, he took a new name - Deathwing, the Aspect of Death. Deathwing was the most powerful servant of the Old Gods, and acted as their instrument of destruction. He manipulated both the Horde and Alliance during the Second War, but was ultimately defeated. He was not killed however, and retreated to the elemental plane Deepholm to recover.\\
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Years later, Deathwing emerged from his realm, outfitted with Elementium plating that barely held his crumbling form together. He began the Cataclysm, an event that nearly tore Azeroth apart. His ultimate goal was to begin the Hour of Twilight, an apocalypse where all life would end and the Old Gods would awaken once more.
----
* AscendedMeme: Deathwing's reveal teaser was the same used to tease Hanamura Showdown - the same one everyone thought was going to be Deathwing back when it happened.
* DragonsAreDemonic: Deathwing is basically the poster boy for evil dragons, especially ones using Satanish imagery.
* EarlyBirdCameo: Deathwing had several portraits and sprays in the game as early as 2017.
* {{Foreshadowing}}:
** Back in Caldeum Complex, the description for the patch mentioned Chromie was having visions of a ''cataclysmic'' event coming to the Nexus.
** In the weeks leading up to Deathwing's announcement, occasionally the screen would shake and turn orange at the start of the match.
* HotWings: His wings catch on fire while he flies.
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[[folder:Anduin, King of Stormwind]]
Anduin Wrynn is the son of King Varian, and the current High King of the Alliance. Unlike his brash and decisive father, Anduin is renowned for his patience and skills in diplomacy. Where Varian is a warrior, Anduin instead sought the path of the Holy Light. He strives for peace between the nations of Azeroth above all else. He played a leading role in stopping Garrosh Hellscream from destroying the world, a battle which nearly cost Anduin his life. Despite this, Anduin still saved Garrosh while he was captive and on trial, preventing him from eating poisoned food.\\
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In the years following this, Varian would tragically fall defending Azeroth from the Burning Legion. Anduin was thus crowned High King of the Alliance and took up Shalamayne. Unfortunately, Anduin's hopes for peace were dashed when Sylvanas Windrunner, now Warchief of the Horde, burned the Teldrassil to the ground. Though he now leads the armies of the Alliance across all of Azeroth, Anduin's ultimate goal is to put an end to the bloodshed he abhors, even if it means getting his hands dirty.\\
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Anduin is a Melee Healer who balances healing output with some decent spell damage. His Trait is called ''Leap of Faith'', which can be activated to instantly pull an allied Hero to Anduin's location, granting them Unstoppable while they travel, but at a hefty cooldown.\\
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His first basic ability ''Flash Heal'', which is basically a cheap heal on an allied hero on a short cooldown. His second ability is ''Divine Star'', which sends a ray of light that deals damage to enemies and then returns to Anduin, healing allied Heroes in a wider path and the healing the spell grants is increased per enemy Hero hit. His third ability is ''Chastise'', which sends out a burst of light forward, dealing damage to the first enemy Hero hit and Rooting them for a brief period.\\
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His first Heroic ability is ''Salvation'', which has Anduin channel the Light for a brief period of time and while nearby, allied Heroes heal for up to 25% of their max Health and are Protected. His second Heroic ability is ''Lightbomb'', which imbues an allied Hero with the Light and after a delay, it explodes, dealing damage to enemies and Stunning them for a short period, and then, the target gains a Shield that whose durability varies per enemy Hero hit by the explosion, which lasts for 5 seconds.\\
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His skins are [[OurPresidentsAreDifferent Neo-President Anduin]].
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* CoolSword: He wields Shalamayne like his father, now infused with the Holy Light.
* ImprobableAge: He's only 18 and is one of the most talented priests in the world as well as a respected leader of the Alliance.
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[[folder:Anduin, King of Stormwind]]
Anduin Wrynn is the son of King Varian, and the current High King of the Alliance. Unlike his brash and decisive father, Anduin is renowned for his patience and skills in diplomacy. Where Varian is a warrior, Anduin instead sought the path of the Holy Light. He strives for peace between the nations of Azeroth above all else. He played a leading role in stopping Garrosh Hellscream from destroying the world, a battle which nearly cost Anduin his life. Despite this, Anduin still saved Garrosh while he was captive and on trial, preventing him from eating poisoned food.\\
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In the years following this, Varian would tragically fall defending Azeroth from the Burning Legion. Anduin was thus crowned High King of the Alliance and took up Shalamayne. Unfortunately, Anduin's hopes for peace were dashed when Sylvanas Windrunner, now Warchief of the Horde, burned the Teldrassil to the ground. Though he now leads the armies of the Alliance across all of Azeroth, Anduin's ultimate goal is to put an end to the bloodshed he abhors, even if it means getting his hands dirty.\\
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Anduin is a Melee Healer who balances healing output with some decent spell damage. His Trait is called ''Leap of Faith'', which can be activated to instantly pull an allied Hero to Anduin's location, granting them Unstoppable while they travel, but at a hefty cooldown.\\
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His first basic ability ''Flash Heal'', which is basically a cheap heal on an allied hero on a short cooldown. His second ability is ''Divine Star'', which sends a ray of light that deals damage to enemies and then returns to Anduin, healing allied Heroes in a wider path and the healing the spell grants is increased per enemy Hero hit. His third ability is ''Chastise'', which sends out a burst of light forward, dealing damage to the first enemy Hero hit and Rooting them for a brief period.\\
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His first Heroic ability is ''Salvation'', which has Anduin channel the Light for a brief period of time and while nearby, allied Heroes heal for up to 25% of their max Health and are Protected. His second Heroic ability is ''Lightbomb'', which imbues an allied Hero with the Light and after a delay, it explodes, dealing damage to enemies and Stunning them for a short period, and then, the target gains a Shield that whose durability varies per enemy Hero hit by the explosion, which lasts for 5 seconds.\\
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His skins are [[OurPresidentsAreDifferent Neo-President Anduin]].
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* CoolSword: He wields Shalamayne like his father, now infused with the Holy Light.
* ImprobableAge: He's only 18 and is one of the most talented priests in the world as well as a respected leader of the Alliance.
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In the years following this, Varian would tragically fall defending Azeroth from the Burning Legion. Anduin was thus crowned High King of the Alliance and took up Shalamayne. Unfortunately, Anduin's hopes for peace were dashed when Sylvanas Windrunner, now Warchief of the Horde, burned the Teldrassil to the ground. Though he now leads the armies of the Alliance across all of Azeroth, Anduin's ultimate goal is to put an end to the bloodshed he abhors, even if it means getting his hands dirty.

Anduin is a Melee Healer who balances healing output with some decent spell damage. His Trait is called ''Leap of Faith'', which can be activated to instantly pull an allied Hero to Anduin's location, granting them Unstoppable while they travel, but at a hefty cooldown.

His first basic ability ''Flash Heal'', which is basically a cheap heal on an allied hero on a short cooldown. His second ability is ''Divine Star'', which sends a ray of light that deals damage to enemies and then returns to Anduin, healing allied Heroes in a wider path and healing the spell grants increases per enemy Hero hit. His third ability is ''Chastise'', which sends out a burst of light forward, dealing damage to the first enemy Hero hit and Rooting them for a brief period.

His first Heroic ability is ''Salvation'', which has Anduin channel the Light for a brief period of time and while nearby, allied Heroes heal for up to 25% of their max Health and are Protected. His second Heroic ability is ''Lightbomb'', which imbues an allied Hero with the Light and after 1.5 seconds, it explodes, dealing damage to enemies and Stunning them for a short period, and then, the target gains a Shield that whose durability varies per enemy Hero hit, which lasts for 5 seconds.

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In the years following this, Varian would tragically fall defending Azeroth from the Burning Legion. Anduin was thus crowned High King of the Alliance and took up Shalamayne. Unfortunately, Anduin's hopes for peace were dashed when Sylvanas Windrunner, now Warchief of the Horde, burned the Teldrassil to the ground. Though he now leads the armies of the Alliance across all of Azeroth, Anduin's ultimate goal is to put an end to the bloodshed he abhors, even if it means getting his hands dirty.

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Anduin is a Melee Healer who balances healing output with some decent spell damage. His Trait is called ''Leap of Faith'', which can be activated to instantly pull an allied Hero to Anduin's location, granting them Unstoppable while they travel, but at a hefty cooldown.

cooldown.\\
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His first basic ability ''Flash Heal'', which is basically a cheap heal on an allied hero on a short cooldown. His second ability is ''Divine Star'', which sends a ray of light that deals damage to enemies and then returns to Anduin, healing allied Heroes in a wider path and the healing the spell grants increases is increased per enemy Hero hit. His third ability is ''Chastise'', which sends out a burst of light forward, dealing damage to the first enemy Hero hit and Rooting them for a brief period.

period.\\
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His first Heroic ability is ''Salvation'', which has Anduin channel the Light for a brief period of time and while nearby, allied Heroes heal for up to 25% of their max Health and are Protected. His second Heroic ability is ''Lightbomb'', which imbues an allied Hero with the Light and after 1.5 seconds, a delay, it explodes, dealing damage to enemies and Stunning them for a short period, and then, the target gains a Shield that whose durability varies per enemy Hero hit, hit by the explosion, which lasts for 5 seconds.
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Anduin is a Melee Healer who balances healing output with some decent spell damage. His Trait is called ''Leap of Faith'', which can be activated to instantly pull an allied Hero to Anduin's location, granting them Unstoppable while they travel, but at a hefty cooldown.

His first basic ability ''Flash Heal'', which is basically a cheap heal on an allied hero on a short cooldown. His second ability is ''Divine Star'', which sends a ray of light that deals damage to enemies and then returns to Anduin, healing allied Heroes in a wider path and healing the spell grants increases per enemy Hero hit. His third ability is ''Chastise'', which sends out a burst of light forward, dealing damage to the first enemy Hero hit and Rooting them for a brief period.

His first Heroic ability is ''Salvation'', which has Anduin channel the Light for a brief period of time and while nearby, allied Heroes heal for up to 25% of their max Health and are Protected. His second Heroic ability is ''Lightbomb'', which imbues an allied Hero with the Light and after 1.5 seconds, it explodes, dealing damage to enemies and Stunning them for a short period, and then, the target gains a Shield that whose durability varies per enemy Hero hit, which lasts for 5 seconds.

His skins are [[OurPresidentsAreDifferent Neo-President Anduin]].


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In the years following this, Varian would tragically fall defending Azeroth from the Burning Legion. Anduin was thus crowned High King of the Alliance and took up Shalamayne. Unfortunately, Anduin's hopes for peace were dashed when Sylvanas Windrunner, now Warchief of the Horde, burned the Teldrassil to the ground. Though he now leads the armies of the Alliance across all of Azeroth, Anduin's ultimate goal is to put an end to the bloodshed he abhors, even if it means getting his hands dirty

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In the years following this, Varian would tragically fall defending Azeroth from the Burning Legion. Anduin was thus crowned High King of the Alliance and took up Shalamayne. Unfortunately, Anduin's hopes for peace were dashed when Sylvanas Windrunner, now Warchief of the Horde, burned the Teldrassil to the ground. Though he now leads the armies of the Alliance across all of Azeroth, Anduin's ultimate goal is to put an end to the bloodshed he abhors, even if it means getting his hands dirtydirty.


Anduin Wrynn is the son of King Varian, and the current High King of the Alliance. Unlike his decisive father, Anduin is renowned for his patience and skills in diplomacy. Where Varian is a warrior, Anduin instead sought the path of the Holy Light. He strives for peace between the nations of Azeroth above all else. He played a leading role in stopping Garrosh Hellscream from destroying the world, a battle which nearly cost Anduin his life. Despite this, Anduin still saved Garrosh while he was captive and on trial, preventing him from eating poisoned food.\\

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Anduin Wrynn is the son of King Varian, and the current High King of the Alliance. Unlike his brash and decisive father, Anduin is renowned for his patience and skills in diplomacy. Where Varian is a warrior, Anduin instead sought the path of the Holy Light. He strives for peace between the nations of Azeroth above all else. He played a leading role in stopping Garrosh Hellscream from destroying the world, a battle which nearly cost Anduin his life. Despite this, Anduin still saved Garrosh while he was captive and on trial, preventing him from eating poisoned food.\\


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[[folder:Anduin]]
Anduin Wrynn is the son of King Varian, and the current High King of the Alliance. Unlike his decisive father, Anduin is renowned for his patience and skills in diplomacy. Where Varian is a warrior, Anduin instead sought the path of the Holy Light. He strives for peace between the nations of Azeroth above all else. He played a leading role in stopping Garrosh Hellscream from destroying the world, a battle which nearly cost Anduin his life. Despite this, Anduin still saved Garrosh while he was captive and on trial, preventing him from eating poisoned food.\\
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In the years following this, Varian would tragically fall defending Azeroth from the Burning Legion. Anduin was thus crowned High King of the Alliance and took up Shalamayne. Unfortunately, Anduin's hopes for peace were dashed when Sylvanas Windrunner, now Warchief of the Horde, burned the Teldrassil to the ground. Though he now leads the armies of the Alliance across all of Azeroth, Anduin's ultimate goal is to put an end to the bloodshed he abhors, even if it means getting his hands dirty
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* CoolSword: He wields Shalamayne like his father, now infused with the Holy Light.
* ImprobableAge: He's only 18 and is one of the most talented priests in the world as well as a respected leader of the Alliance.
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[[folder:Mal'Ganis]]

Mal'Ganis is one of the nathrezim, or dreadlords, who served as Ner'zhul's elite jailers. He aided the Lich King in his task of preparing Azeroth for the Burning Legion's second invasion, spreading a plague through Lordaeron that would turn the population into mindless undead. Posing as the leader of the Scourge, he confronted Prince Arthas at Stratholme, and watched him purge the city before its citizens could turn. Impressed by Arthas' resolve, Mal'Ganis goaded the prince into following him to Northrend. In a desperate attempt to defeat Mal'Ganis, Arthas sought and found the runeblade Frostmourne. However, this was Mal'Ganis' plan all along, as Arthas forfeited his soul to the Lich King when he claimed the weapon. When Arthas finally confronted Mal'Ganis with Frostmourne in hand, Ner'zhul betrayed his jailer and commanded Arthas to slay the dreadlord.\\
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Mal'Ganis, being a demon, wasn't killed and his soul merely returned to the Twisting Nether. After reforming his body, he returned to Northrend, where he manipulated the Scarlet Onslaught - an elite branch of the Scarlet Crusade - in the form of Barean Westwind. When his cover was blown, Mal'Ganis retreated, but eventually came back when the Legion invaded Azeroth for the third time.
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* DemonLordsAndArchdevils: Mal'Ganis is one of the highest ranking demons in the Burning Legion.
* OurVampiresAreDifferent: Nathrezim are a bizarre fusion of vampire and demonlord tropes. They feature fangs, bloodthirst, pale skin, and PointyEars, but have demonic features like [[WingedHumanoid wings]], [[HornedHumanoid horns]], and hooves.
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[[folder:Mal'Ganis]]

Mal'Ganis is one of the nathrezim, or dreadlords, who served as Ner'zhul's elite jailers. He aided the Lich King in his task of preparing Azeroth for the Burning Legion's second invasion, spreading a plague through Lordaeron that would turn the population into mindless undead. Posing as the leader of the Scourge, he confronted Prince Arthas at Stratholme, and watched him purge the city before its citizens could turn. Impressed by Arthas' resolve, Mal'Ganis goaded the prince into following him to Northrend. In a desperate attempt to defeat Mal'Ganis, Arthas sought and found the runeblade Frostmourne. However, this was Mal'Ganis' plan all along, as Arthas forfeited his soul to the Lich King when he claimed the weapon. When Arthas finally confronted Mal'Ganis with Frostmourne in hand, Ner'zhul betrayed his jailer and commanded Arthas to slay the dreadlord.\\
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Mal'Ganis, being a demon, wasn't killed and his soul merely returned to the Twisting Nether. After reforming his body, he returned to Northrend, where he manipulated the Scarlet Onslaught - an elite branch of the Scarlet Crusade - in the form of Barean Westwind. When his cover was blown, Mal'Ganis retreated, but eventually came back when the Legion invaded Azeroth for the third time.
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* DemonLordsAndArchdevils: Mal'Ganis is one of the highest ranking demons in the Burning Legion.
* OurVampiresAreDifferent: Nathrezim are a bizarre fusion of vampire and demonlord tropes. They feature fangs, bloodthirst, pale skin, and PointyEars, but have demonic features like [[WingedHumanoid wings]], [[HornedHumanoid horns]], and hooves.
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Mal'Ganis is one of the nathrezim, or dreadlords, who served as Ner'zhul's elite jailers. He aided the Lich King in his task of preparing Azeroth for the Burning Legion's second invasion, spreading a plague through Lordaeron that would turn the population into mindless undead. Posing as the leader of the Scourge, he confronted Prince Arthas at Stratholme, and watched him purge the city before its citizens could turn. Impressed by Arthas' resolve, Mal'Ganis goaded the prince into following him to Northrend. In a desperate attempt to defeat Mal'Ganis, Arthas sought and found the runeblade Frostmourne. However, this was Mal'Ganis' plan all along, as Arthas forfeited his soul to the Lich King when he claimed the weapon. When Arthas finally confronted Mal'Ganis with Frostmourne in hand, Ner'zhul betrayed his jailer and commanded Arthas to slay the Dreadlord.\\

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Mal'Ganis is one of the nathrezim, or dreadlords, who served as Ner'zhul's elite jailers. He aided the Lich King in his task of preparing Azeroth for the Burning Legion's second invasion, spreading a plague through Lordaeron that would turn the population into mindless undead. Posing as the leader of the Scourge, he confronted Prince Arthas at Stratholme, and watched him purge the city before its citizens could turn. Impressed by Arthas' resolve, Mal'Ganis goaded the prince into following him to Northrend. In a desperate attempt to defeat Mal'Ganis, Arthas sought and found the runeblade Frostmourne. However, this was Mal'Ganis' plan all along, as Arthas forfeited his soul to the Lich King when he claimed the weapon. When Arthas finally confronted Mal'Ganis with Frostmourne in hand, Ner'zhul betrayed his jailer and commanded Arthas to slay the Dreadlord.dreadlord.\\


Mal'Ganis is one of the Nathrezim, or Dreadlords, the elite jailers of Ner'zhul. He aided the Lich King in his task of preparing Azeroth for the Burning Legion's second invasion, spreading a plague through Lordaeron that would turn the population into mindless undead. He confronted Prince Arthas at Stratholme, and watched him purge the city before its citizens could turn. Impressed by Arthas' resolve, Mal'Ganis goaded the prince into following him to Northrend. In a desperate attempt to defeat Mal'Ganis, Arthas sought and found the runeblade Frostmourne. However, this was Mal'Ganis' plan all along, as Arthas forfeited his soul to the Lich King when he claimed the weapon. When Arthas finally confronted Mal'Ganis with Frostmourne in hand, Ner'zhul betrayed his jailer and commanded Arthas to slay the Dreadlord.\\

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Mal'Ganis is one of the Nathrezim, nathrezim, or Dreadlords, the dreadlords, who served as Ner'zhul's elite jailers of Ner'zhul.jailers. He aided the Lich King in his task of preparing Azeroth for the Burning Legion's second invasion, spreading a plague through Lordaeron that would turn the population into mindless undead. He Posing as the leader of the Scourge, he confronted Prince Arthas at Stratholme, and watched him purge the city before its citizens could turn. Impressed by Arthas' resolve, Mal'Ganis goaded the prince into following him to Northrend. In a desperate attempt to defeat Mal'Ganis, Arthas sought and found the runeblade Frostmourne. However, this was Mal'Ganis' plan all along, as Arthas forfeited his soul to the Lich King when he claimed the weapon. When Arthas finally confronted Mal'Ganis with Frostmourne in hand, Ner'zhul betrayed his jailer and commanded Arthas to slay the Dreadlord.\\


Mal'Ganis is one of the Nathrezim, or Dreadlords, the elite jailers of Ner'zhul. He aided the Lich King in his task of preparing Azeroth for the Burning Legion's second invasion, spreading a plague through Lordaeron that would turn its citizens into mindless undead. He confronted Prince Arthas at Stratholme, and watched the prince to purge the city. Impressed by Arthas' resolve, Mal'Ganis goaded the prince into following him to Northrend. In a desperate attempt to defeat Mal'Ganis, Arthas sought and found the runeblade Frostmourne. However, this was Mal'Ganis' plan all along, as Arthas forfeited his soul to the Lich King when he claimed the weapon. When Arthas finally confronted Mal'Ganis with Frostmourne in hand, Ner'zhul betrayed his jailer and commanded Arthas to slay the Dreadlord.\\

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Mal'Ganis is one of the Nathrezim, or Dreadlords, the elite jailers of Ner'zhul. He aided the Lich King in his task of preparing Azeroth for the Burning Legion's second invasion, spreading a plague through Lordaeron that would turn its citizens the population into mindless undead. He confronted Prince Arthas at Stratholme, and watched the prince to him purge the city.city before its citizens could turn. Impressed by Arthas' resolve, Mal'Ganis goaded the prince into following him to Northrend. In a desperate attempt to defeat Mal'Ganis, Arthas sought and found the runeblade Frostmourne. However, this was Mal'Ganis' plan all along, as Arthas forfeited his soul to the Lich King when he claimed the weapon. When Arthas finally confronted Mal'Ganis with Frostmourne in hand, Ner'zhul betrayed his jailer and commanded Arthas to slay the Dreadlord.\\



Mal'Ganis, being a demon, wasn't killed and his soul merely returned to the Twisting Nether. After reforming his body, he returned to Northrend, where he manipulated the Scarlet Onslaught, an elite branch of the Scarlet Crusade, in the form of the human, Barean Westwind. When his cover was blown, Mal'Ganis retreated, but eventually came back when the Legion invaded Azeroth for the third time.

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Mal'Ganis, being a demon, wasn't killed and his soul merely returned to the Twisting Nether. After reforming his body, he returned to Northrend, where he manipulated the Scarlet Onslaught, Onslaught - an elite branch of the Scarlet Crusade, Crusade - in the form of the human, Barean Westwind. When his cover was blown, Mal'Ganis retreated, but eventually came back when the Legion invaded Azeroth for the third time.


Mal'Ganis is one of the nathrezim, who are also known as dreadlords. He was one of the jailers of Ner'zhul, the Lich King, who was tasked by Kil'jaeden to prepare the second invasion of Azeroth and create an army for the Burning Legion. When Lady Jaina Proudmoore and Prince Arthas Menethil investigated the plague that spread through Lordaeron, the necromancer Kel'Thuzad sent them to the city of Stratholme, where Mal'ganis posed as the Scourge's leader and waited for them.\\

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Mal'Ganis is one of the nathrezim, who are also known as dreadlords. He was one of Nathrezim, or Dreadlords, the elite jailers of Ner'zhul, Ner'zhul. He aided the Lich King, who was tasked by Kil'jaeden to prepare the second invasion King in his task of preparing Azeroth and create an army for the Burning Legion. When Lady Jaina Proudmoore and Legion's second invasion, spreading a plague through Lordaeron that would turn its citizens into mindless undead. He confronted Prince Arthas Menethil investigated the plague that spread through Lordaeron, the necromancer Kel'Thuzad sent them to the city of at Stratholme, where Mal'ganis posed as and watched the Scourge's leader prince to purge the city. Impressed by Arthas' resolve, Mal'Ganis goaded the prince into following him to Northrend. In a desperate attempt to defeat Mal'Ganis, Arthas sought and waited for them.found the runeblade Frostmourne. However, this was Mal'Ganis' plan all along, as Arthas forfeited his soul to the Lich King when he claimed the weapon. When Arthas finally confronted Mal'Ganis with Frostmourne in hand, Ner'zhul betrayed his jailer and commanded Arthas to slay the Dreadlord.\\



After Arthas learned that the plague turned the population of Lordaeron into mindless undead, and that the citizens of Stratholme already ate the infested grain, he purged the city before its citizens could turn. Impressed by Arthas' resolve, Mal'Ganis goaded Arthas into following him to Northrend. In a desperate attempt to defeat Mal'Ganis, Arthas sought and found the runeblade Frostmourne. However, this was Mal'Ganis' plan all along, as Arthas forfeited his soul to the Lich King when he claimed Frostmourne. When Arthas finally confronted Mal'Ganis - with Frostmourne in hand - Ner'zhul betrayed his jailer and urged Arthas to slay Mal'Ganis.\\
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Mal'Ganis however wasn't killed and his soul merely returned to the Twisting Nether. After reforming his body, he returned to Northrend, where he manipulated the Scarlet Onslaught, an elite branch of the Scarlet Crusade, in the form of the human, Barean Westwind. When his cover was blown, Mal'Ganis retreated, but eventually came back when the Legion invaded Azeroth for the third time.

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After Arthas learned that the plague turned the population of Lordaeron into mindless undead, and that the citizens of Stratholme already ate the infested grain, he purged the city before its citizens could turn. Impressed by Arthas' resolve, Mal'Ganis goaded Arthas into following him to Northrend. In a desperate attempt to defeat Mal'Ganis, Arthas sought and found the runeblade Frostmourne. However, this was Mal'Ganis' plan all along, as Arthas forfeited his soul to the Lich King when he claimed Frostmourne. When Arthas finally confronted Mal'Ganis - with Frostmourne in hand - Ner'zhul betrayed his jailer and urged Arthas to slay Mal'Ganis.\\
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Mal'Ganis however
being a demon, wasn't killed and his soul merely returned to the Twisting Nether. After reforming his body, he returned to Northrend, where he manipulated the Scarlet Onslaught, an elite branch of the Scarlet Crusade, in the form of the human, Barean Westwind. When his cover was blown, Mal'Ganis retreated, but eventually came back when the Legion invaded Azeroth for the third time.

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