Northwestern Dustwallow Marsh
|Sources: Lands of Mystery, pg 38
World of Warcraft
Brackenwall Village is a small Horde-affiliated outpost in northwest Dustwallow Marsh. It is run and populated mainly by ogres, and its population is approximately a hundred denizens including the wind rider wyverns. Besides a few hut, the village also counts an ogre mound.
Brackenwall is the oldest Horde presence in Dustwallow Marsh. It is also the home of the Stonemaul ogres, who had maintained a village of their own but were driven out by agents of the black dragonflight. The Stonemaul have been allies of the Horde ever since Rexxar bested their brutal chieftain, Kor'gall, and assumed the title for his own. Daelin Proudmoore’s loyalists harass Brackenwall, but Jaina Proudmoore keeps her own troops reined in. After the Stonemauls aided in the battle against Admiral Proudmoore's naval fleets, Rexxar handed over leadership of the clan to Mok'Morokk.
Throughout the Pandaria campaign, the Brackenwall have been a little active. They sent Or'Dac as their emissary.
In the RPG
The village was named after its proximity to the Brackenwall.
- Patch 2.3.0 (2007-11-13): An inn, along with a mailbox, was included into the village.
- Patch 1.8.0 (2005-10-10): Brackenwall Village now has an arrow on the minimap that points to it when you get within range.