There were once seven nations of Humankind in the Eastern Kingdoms.
Nothing forms a bond quite like family.
The name Windrunner is a well-known one on Azeroth.
Every now and again, you run into mentions of larger-than-life characters in 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.
Tirion Fordring is one of the oldest characters in Warcraft lore -- not by age, of course.
I've been kind of stuck on Gilneas lately.
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.
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."