Varok Saurfang is an Orc of myth and legend, capable of cleaving entire raids out of Orgrimmar in classic WoW.
She died in her sleep.
When the first volume of Blizzard's World of Warcraft: Chronicle series hit the shelves last year, it managed to clarify thousands of years of not just Azeroth's history, but the entire Warcraft universe.
As we gear up for the Warcraft movie — there are just a few short weeks to go for American audiences, and even less time for international viewers — gamers are still wondering just how it fits into the RTS and MMO story we already know.
I've been kind of stuck on Gilneas lately.
It was the spark that ignited a fire that continues to burn to this day -- something that actually ended up working in the Burning Legion's favor, whether they realized it or not at the time.
This weekend, attendees of the San Diego Comic Con are going to get a good look at the trailer for the Warcraft movie.
Anduin Lothar was one of the great heroes of the Alliance -- in fact, he was pretty much the impetus for the the original formation of it, just after the end of the First War.
With the Warcraft movie set to release in a little under a year, let's take a look at King Llane Wrynn as he stands right now in Warcraft lore.
In a little over a year, we're going to see a third iteration of Orgrim Doomhammer in the Warcraft movie. Maybe not exactly the orc we know from history, but another representation. Which leads most people to ask a natural question: Is Orgrim Doomhammer a good guy, or a bad guy? The most truthful answer I can give you is "Yes."