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"Wielding fel magic is like fixing a machine - you have to break a few things to get it to work."[1]
—Bizzik Sparkcog
An undead warlock sacrificing a portion of his life and seemingly turning it into fel power.

Fel energy (or demonic energy) is a potent[2] magical energy which consumes souls[3] and burns life to create magic.[4] From every account, the demonic energies, used so freely and with no heed given as to their cost, leeched all that was wholesome and life-giving from the world of Draenor.[5]

Fel magic (also called demonic power and warlock magic)[6][7] is a destructive form of magic that can be powered by life force[8] and requires a sacrifice (e.g. a living fish or two, a few strands of seaweed) to fuel it.[9] As a result, this magic is also known as sacrificial magic and is a violation of nature.[10] It is often used by members of the Burning Legion.[11]


Fel energy commonly manifests as an eerie glow, colored green-black, greenish yellow, or purple[12][13]; it always has a sickly look.[14]

Sargeras and demons

No discussion of demons can be complete without mentioning Sargeras, the God of Fel.[11] All demons once feared Sargeras' vast might and fury. Sargeras came to believe that there was a fundamental flaw in the universe, a flaw that made his primary purpose an impossible goal. He decided that the other titans were deeply misguided in trying to establish order throughout creation. Under the circumstances, the struggle was futile. The universe had to be destroyed utterly and remade without the underlying defect. Only then could true order be achieved. Thus, Sargeras conceived of a sweeping campaign to bring about the end of all things: the Burning Crusade. To carry out his plan, he created the Legion, whose ranks he bolstered by creating demons.[15] In order to become a demon, a creature must be infused with fel energy.[16]

Before Sargeras freed the Doomguard, they were the Titans' hounds, forever enslaved to police the use of arcane magics. Sacrificial magic was considered the greatest violation of life and they were attuned to instantly punish those who delved into such delicious sorcery.[17]

Sargeras believed that the brilliant eredar would be pivotal in leading the vast demonic army he was gathering. Thus, he contacted the eredar's three most prominent leaders: Kil'jaeden, Archimonde, and Velen. In exchange for the loyalty of the eredar race, Sargeras offered untold power and knowledge. Warlocks were presumably born of the eredar who accepted Sargeras offer. The Man'ari Eredar used their warlock magics to enslave a number of worlds that they had invaded. The indigenous races of those worlds were mutated by the Eredar's chaotic powers and turned into demons themselves. Their chaos magics have burnt out whole worlds and annihilated countless species over the aeons.[18]

This article or section includes speculation, observations or opinions possibly supported by lore or by Blizzard officials. It should not be taken as representing official lore.
  • Demons can be harmed by fel energy (demon hunters, who use fel energy against demons, can attest to this). This may be because fel energy might "burn" a demon who has less willpower, a staggering faith, or is more sinful more-so than a demon with more willpower, a stronger faith, or is less sinful.
  • Fel energy might be a divine energy. Divine would be the energy of a God/Goddess and Sargeras is the God of Fel. [Fire and Brimstone] is an idiomatic expression of the [Hellfire] God uses as a punishment for sinners. θεῖον (Theion, the Greek word for brimstone) means divine and sulfur, a burning material with a green-yellow color that hellfire was believed to consist. Fel energy, which commonly manifests with a sickly greenish yellow color, would be the brimstone (sulfur), the green-yellow material, which hellfire consists and that warlocks use (spells that channel the Fire and Brimstone of hell are there for warlocks to use).[19] In the RPG, while many warlocks follow the Burning Legion some draw fel divine power from it.[20]


All of the Burning Legion carry the taint of fel magic within their very blood, allowing them to spread greater evil.[11]

Gul'dan had persuaded the highest-ranking orcs of Draenor to drink demonic blood.[21] It had been Grom who had first drunk the blood of the demon Mannoroth--blood that had tainted him and all other orcs who had drunk it.[22] The demonic blood had flowed through their veins, fueling their hatred while making clear thought difficult.[23] When Kael's forces retreated through that portal, his most loyal lackeys were rewarded with an abominable gift. They stayed behind and gorged themselves on the blood of demons for days. The blood has changed them, given them new powers.[24]

Felblood appears to have necromantic properties (the felblood of Brutallus raised Madrigosa from the dead when it came into contact with her corpse, turning her into the undead fel dragon called Felmyst, and the  [Bottled Bileberry Brew], which is created from crushing berries corrupted by the demonic essence of Tyrus Blackhorn, is vile enough to animate the dead). Warlock and necromantic magics were used in the Rot Hide Ichor's creation.[25]

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  • Fel magic might be a magic that isn't created but a magic that has always existed (a "pre-existing" magic, if you will). Loreology stated fel magic is created,[citation needed] but all of the Burning Legion carry the taint of fel magic within their very blood, which means that the taint of fel magic can be derived from demon blood and doesn't need to be created.
  • Magic that uses felblood as a power source might be a form of life magic. Fel magic can be powered by life force[26] and blood (which was referred to as life energy)[27] as a power source is a very powerful form of life magic.[28] Blood magic is shunned by many as a dark and forgotten art. In that and many other ways, it shares some distinct characteristics with demonic magic.[29]
  • Warlocks could leech and taint life energy[30] (which blood was referred to as)[31] with fel energy and felblood, blood corrupted by fel energy, appears to have necromantic properties (the felblood of Brutallus raised Madrigosa as the undead fel dragon called Felmyst when it came into contact with Madrigosa's corpse and the  [Bottled Bileberry Brew], which is created from crushing berries corrupted by the demonic essence of Tyrus Blackhorn, is vile enough to animate the dead). If life energy tainted/corrupted by demonic energy does possess necromantic properties and seeds contain life energy then the [Seed of Corruption] might represent the Plague of Undeath that was spread across Lordaeron via seed. The land around the grain infused with the Plague of Undeath died, reminding Jaina of what happened with the Dark Portal and the Blasted Lands. When the portal was opened, the demonic energies that sapped the life from Draenor spilled through into Azeroth and the land around the portal died, making Arthas wonder if the plagued grain carried demonic energy.[32] Jaina stated that demonic energy may be involved.[33]


"Even those born of the Firelands will burn in a fel inferno."
— Grizlik Sparkhex[34]

Fel fire (or felfire) is fire corrupted by fel energy. No natural force can extinguish this fire[35] and felfire is deadly to the touch,[36] it burns much hotter than normal fire.[37]

Fel poison

The entropic essence of pure fel magic given form is poisonous[38]

The Hederine demons that occupy the foothills of Mount Hyjal secrete powerful fel poisions, which if left to mature, harden into a dense anti-magic crystal. Not even the immense power of a Doomguard could break the walls of a prison constructed from this material.[39]

Orcs that drink Gul'dan's fel poison turn into fel beasts, soulless savages.[40][41]


Fel magic has a profound effect on the soul - both the victim's and the caster's.[42]
A warlock infusing himself with demonic energy, a process that is nowhere near as painful as it looks. It's much, much worse.[43]

Using fel magic is dangerous on many levels.[44] Many authorities on fel magic have thoroughly calculated that it will ultimately consume all who attempt to master it.[45] Fel energy works a bit like radiation; it permeates the area and seeps into anything in the vicinity. Anything near a source of fel energy shows signs of slight "corruption". Such effects would take a very long time to wear off.[46]

Physical transformation

Willing or not, a creature is transformed into a demon when its body is saturated with fel energy[47] (e.g. Illidan was instantly transformed into a demon when he consumed the skull of Gul'dan's fel energies). Its use frequently results in corruption that manifests in a physical transformation (such as a change to an individual's eyes or skin color);[11] All creatures who use the power of fel magic, willingly or otherwise, slowly take on the appearance of demons.[48] Anything touched by the fel emanates a strange green glow.[49] It had been this magic that had turned orcs from wholesome brown to gruesome green.[50]

Draenei who had fought the Horde and survived found that they had been affected by the fel energies wielded so freely by the orc warlocks. These draenei have since mutated into lesser forms, resulting in a series of subspecies. The Broken and the Lost Ones are two such genetic offshoots. Their warped bodies bear only a rough resemblance to the proud draenei they once were, and quite a few have lost their grip on sanity.[51]


A blood elf holding a  [Mana Jade]. "Typical magecraft, to conjure a thing of such beauty only to sacrifice it."[52] - Raesa Morningstar[53]
She sensed it even before she could see it: a small green crystal lying atop a dilapidated sideboard among weapons and armor pieces——spoils of her recent battles. The crystal was another gift from her unseen benefactor. She had received several in the past few weeks, always covertly, altough she had a good idea as to their source. She crossed the room, stretched out her hand, and snatched up the gem . . . then sat against the wall beneath a glassless window. She drew the crystal close, clenched it within her fist, closed her eyes . . . . . . and felt the magic flow through her like a warm, persistent stream. It spread throughout her body, saturating her. Her eyes (eyes that had once been blue——before the attack and fallout, before the crippling withdrawal) snapped open, burning a brilliant green.[54]

In comparison to fel magic, arcane is the "Diet Coke".[55] Blood Elves are high elves who had turned to absorbing demonic magic after the loss of their vaunted power source, the Sunwell, and had subsequently become addicted to the fel energies.[56]

This article or section includes speculation, observations or opinions possibly supported by lore or by Blizzard officials. It should not be taken as representing official lore.

Fel energy burns life to create magic and arcane energy is derived from the phase transitions of mana, which appears to represent the fifth element, life (mana is the Hawaiin term for life force). If mana were water then arcane would be steam pressure,[57] the energy released when mana is burned.


Blood Mage

While they were still members of the Alliance, the blood elves began to turn to the darkest parts of magic, abandoning the water and frost spells of the Kirin Tor for the fire and heat of what some people fear to be demonic magic.[58]

Many of the stoic high elves, reeling from the loss of their ancient homeland, Quel'Thalas, have given in to their hatred and despair and embraced the dark side of their magical natures. Calling themselves "blood elves", these cold hearted refugees seek to expand their remaining magical powers at any cost — even if it means courting the infernal powers of the Burning Legion. Though still loyal to the Alliance, the blood elves' passions will lead them not only to the highest pinnacles of power, but to the darkest depths of madness.[59]

Demon Hunter

Demon hunters, disciples of Illidan Stormrage, uphold a dark legacy, one that frightens their allies and enemies alike. The Illidari embrace fel and chaotic magics—energies that have long threatened the world of Azeroth—believing them necessary to challenge the Burning Legion. Wielding the powers of demons they’ve slain, they develop demonic features that incite revulsion and dread in fellow elves.[60]


Nature energy can be overlaid with fel energy and malignant growth is susceptible to a skilled student of the druidic arts.[61] It is possible for druids who are strong to nurture from seemingly dead branches containing demonic essense some measure of life[62] The druid Marl Wormthorn took up residence in the Tainted Scar and coaxed a forest tainted by demonic energy.[63]


"The warlock's way was quicker, more effective, or so it seemed. But there comes a time when a price must be paid, and sometimes, it is dear indeed."
Grom Hellscream

Warlocks are magical practitioners that seek to understand darker, fel-based magics, including destructive spells.[11] While many warlocks willingly follow the Burning Legion, there are those who work against it, using their magic to fight against.[11]

The Burning Blade warlocks attune themselves to demonic power by wearing Searing Collars that burn their flesh[64]


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A warlock summoning his felhunter after it died.

Demonology is the study and practice of demons. The official teachings in the Violet Citadel, in Kirin Tor, is that demonology is to be eschewed, avoided, and abjured. Any attempt to summon demons are to be found out and stopped at once, and those involved are to be expelled or worse.[65] There are more than enough venal farmhands who invoke a demonic force for revenge against a former lover, or stupid merchants who burn an invoice from a debtor with a black candle, badly mangling the ancient name of some once-great demonic power.[66] Fel portals can be made twice as large and last ten times as long as arcane portals.[67]

Some of Gul'dan's disciples can summon minor demons. To do this, these lesser warlocks must use a soul shard. The foul crystal creates a connection to the Twisting Nether, pulling a demon through against its will.[68] Amulets of bloodstone can also be used to assist in demonic summoning.[69] In Warlords of Draenor the Dark Portal cannot have functioned without Gul'dan's and his Shadow Council's fel magic.[70] The portal was fueled by powers neither mechanical nor arcane. The screaming souls of slain prisoners were being channeled into the heart of the portal itself. These souls were channeled through the body of Gul'dan.[71]

Fel-based Necromancy

Fel magic can be used to raise and control the dead. Warlocks were desecrating the dead,[72] summoning demons to inhabit the bones of the dead,[73] in Icescar Boneyard.

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Aaron Rosenberg agrees that if fel magic uses life-energy as a power source but is dark/destructive it is at least some form of death magic[74] and confirmed that it was Blizzard's intention for Fel magic to be Death magic.[75] Micky, however, stated that fel magic is not the same as death magic even though it involves having life drained,[76] although he did generalize warlocks as necromancers in Blood of the Highborne. Warlocks have the ability to convert life force into rewards - both material and evanscent - and in Hearthstone the warlock hero power, [Life Tap], takes a small sacrifice of the warlock's life and turns it into card drawing power. The art depicting an undead warlock who has used (or is using) Life Tap (which turns a portion of the warlock's life into mana in-game) shows the warlock being surrounded by what appears to be fel energy. Lore-wise if Life Tap turns a portion of the warlock's life into fel energy then fel energy would be converted life force. Unholy Armor, a necromantic spell, transforms a portion of the recipient's life force into a phantasmal suit of armor, which suggests that necromancy involves manipulating, or converting, the forces of life (life forces). Both fel magic and death magic will be addressed in World of Warcraft: Chronicle.[77]

Grammar, language, and examples

Fel is a prefix usually associated with demonology, or more specifically, the Burning Legion. The word itself has no singular meaning (that has been explained at least), but is usually affixed to other words to denote their corruptive nature or connection to demonology.

The game refers at least once to Fel in a singular meaning. An Undercity quest A Sample of Slime... has in its description sentence, "There, slimes are found all around pools of water blessed by the touch of Fel.", so there may in fact be a singular meaning.

A second reference to Fel in singular form is found in the quest Felbound Ancients in which it is said, "The satyrs have been able to corrupt anything they come in contact with, which includes the ancients that made Felwood their home. By the use of the fel, the spirit of the ancient has been bound and tortured, never completely released. The felbind you found is no doubt related." Furthermore, Eridan Bluewind in the Emerald Sanctuary states "... Although the land is named for the very thing that corrupted it..." These references would seem to suggest that fel is indeed some substance, force, or energy. Though, perhaps, it could also refer to a technique or the corrupting influence of the Burning Legion or even demon blood. Fel can also be used as an expletive, similar to "hell" in the real world. Rehgar Earthfury once demanded of Thrall "What the fel is wrong with you?"[78] Goblin Krizz also used it: "What the fel happened..." And Zhahara Darksquall: "Who the fel is..."

In Hebrew, the word "אפל" (Afel) means "dark" or "tainted". The English adjective "fell" means "cruel" or "savage"[1]. The word "fel" can also mean "bile", and according to The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition (2000), it is related to a number of words of Indo-European origin: yellow, gold, gall, cholera, and felon, to mention a few. The same source indicates that the Indo-European root from which it is derived, ghel, meant "to shine". Fel is also the Swedish word for "Wrong", however, it is pronounced differently (roughly /fiɛl/ as opposed to the English /fɛl/). The Korean word for Fel translates into Hell.



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The ultimate manifestation of the demonic arcane on Azeroth is fel energy. This energy, which most commonly manifests itself as ghastly, green-yellow flame, is arcane magic at its most corrupt, for it employs the blood of demons. Spells with the fel descriptor are very difficult to resist. Casting a fel spell is described by many spellcasters as a euphoric experience. If arcane magic is an addiction, fel magic is the embodiment of the drug in its purest form.[79]

When the demons brought death and damnation to Azeroth, they also carried their own brand of magic to the world. Fel magic is pure, evil and arcane; it resides in the blood of demons. This blood has magical properties; it is addictive to arcane magic users and can be used to create evil weapons. When a weapon is forged in demon blood, it becomes a fel weapon. It glows with a foul, yellow-green fire and deals extra damage to good-aligned opponents. Some arcanists can cast fel spells, perhaps after drinking demon blood.[80]

Since the Burning Legion returned to Azeroth, the world's heroes have encountered fel weapons and fel magic at an increasing frequency. As demon cults continue to fester and grow in Desolace, Ashenvale Forest, and other remote corners, gruesome sacrifices are held to entice demons into giving their blood in trade. The cultists use their blood to enchant the weapons that they hope will bring about their masters' ultimate victory.[79]

Unlike arcane magic the use of fel magic corrupts the user’s body and soul. By contrast the chief danger of arcane magic is that using it inevitably leads to the desire to wield greater power: power that only fel magic can provide.[81]

Fel offerings

A group of blood elves in Sunwell Plateau, draining fel energy from a crystal.

Demons sometimes tempt spellcasters by offering small amounts of their blood in exchange for services. If the recipient drinks the demon's blood within 24 hours of the offering, the next arcane spell he casts will be empowered by the fel. Fel blood is highly addictive as well as corruptive. Anyone who drinks it risks becoming dependent on fel blood, and unless the person continues to drink it daily, he will suffer withdrawal symptoms. He has a chance of breaking the addiction seven days after first drinking the fel blood.[79]

Fel poison

Fel-poisoned creatures are another threat from the Twisting Nether. They are starting to appear in places where the Burning Legion is strongest. When a creature with a natural poison attack is imbued with fel energy, its venom becomes more difficult to resist.[79]


  • Demons smell of sulfur, which is a greenish-yellow material which hellfire was believed to be comprised of.
  • The beast Omen was once a hero of this world. A wolf of great strength and fortune, Omen fought beside the heroes of the War of the Ancients until he succumbed to demonic magics. The beast himself is blessed by Elune and so cannot die.[82]

See also


  1. ^ WoW TCG - Bizzik Sparkcog
  2. ^ Arthas: Rise of the Lich King pg. 171 - Demonic energy is a potent thing. To be denied it would have dire consequences."
  3. ^ Jeremy Feasel on Twitter (2015-07-10). Retrieved on 2015-08-02. “This is one of the few things I think I know. Real Fel energy consumes souls, yes. Hence, soul shards.”
  4. ^ The Comic Volume 2 - Through the Mirror Darkly.
  5. ^ Rise of the Horde pg. 498
  6. ^ Kil'jaeden and the Shadow Pact - As more and more orcs began to wield warlock magics, the gentle fields and streams of Draenor began to blacken and fade. Over time, the vast prairies the orcs had called home for generations withered away, leaving only red barren soil. The demon energies were slowly killing the world.
  7. ^ Bestiary (WC3 Manual)#Lethargy and Internment: Researching what little he could find of orcish history, Antonidas learned that the orcs had been under the crippling influence of demonic power (or warlock magics) for generations.
  8. ^ The Comic Volume 4 - Hard Choices. "We will use the injured gryphon's life force to power our fel magic."
  9. ^ The Comic Volume 4 - Whispers. "Let me help you fight that monster...for fel magic is powerful...and we are near the sea. It requires but an insignificant sacrifice--a living fish or two, a few strands of seaweed--to fuel the magic."
  10. ^ Beyond the Dark Portal pg. 596 - "Fel magic," he whispered hoarsely. "The purest I've ever seen." The archmage shook his head. "I don't even want to know what sort of spells Gul'dan' worked to cause this. It's a violation of nature itself--no wonder this world is dying."
  11. ^ a b c d e f Ultimate Visual Guide
  12. ^ Rise of the Horde pg. 326 - Other shaman followed suit, summoning the same eerie purple circles and cubes, manifesting creatures seemingly out of thin air. Some were large, shapeless things in hues of blue and purple, hovering ominously. Other beings were fair to look upon, save for their hooved feet and bat-like wings.
  13. ^ TCG Card: Fel Summon
  14. ^
  15. ^ The Warcraft Encyclopedia/Demons
  16. ^ The Warcraft Encyclopedia/Demons
  17. ^ Quest:Seeking the Soulstones#Blade's Edge Memory
  18. ^ Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos manual
  19. ^ Warlock (Warcraft I)
  20. ^ World of Warcraft: The Roleplaying Game
  21. ^ Twilight of the Aspects pg. 169
  22. ^ The Shattering pg. 26
  23. ^ War Crimes pg. 128
  24. ^ Quest: Blood for Bood
  25. ^ H [17] Rot Hide Origins
  26. ^ The Comic Volume 4 - Hard Choices. "We will use the injured gryphon's life force to power our fel magic."
  27. ^ Thrall: Twilight of the Aspects pg. 366 - She'd felt her brother die, felt his life energy, the blood of a scion of Malygos, being harnessed and channeled in a way that was disturbingly familiar to her.
  28. ^ Quest:Life Blood - Lor'themar Theron says: Blood as a power source - a very powerful form of life magic.
  29. ^ Bloodmage Lynnore
  30. ^ Aaron Rosenberg on Twitter (2015-05-31)
  31. ^ Thrall: Twilight of the Aspects pg. 366 - She'd felt her brother die, felt his life energy, the blood of a scion of Malygos, being harnessed and channeled in a way that was disturbingly familiar to her.
  32. ^ Arthas: Rise of the Lich King pg. 252-253
  33. ^ Arthas: Rise of the Lich King pg. 265
  34. ^ TCG Worldbreaker, 111
  35. ^ http://www.wowcards.info/card/betrayer/en/112/Fel-Fire
  36. ^  [Felfire Hawk]
  37. ^ A [70G] Hotter than Hell
  38. ^ N [48] Collecting Corruption
  39. ^ N Warlock [60] The Prison's Casing
  40. ^ http://www.wowhead.com/quest=39511/blood-of-fallen-brothers
  41. ^ http://www.wowhead.com/quest=39569/breaking-their-fel-bonds
  42. ^ WoW TCG - Soul Trap
  43. ^ WoW TCG - Demonic Infusion
  44. ^ Archive lore tweets from loreology
  45. ^ WoW TCG - Mazar
  46. ^ Ask CDev - Round 3
  47. ^ The Warcraft Encyclopedia: Burning Legion
  48. ^ The Maker - Dungeon Journal
  49. ^ H [52] The Strength of Corruption
  50. ^ Tides of Darkness pg. 59
  51. ^ The Burning Crusade Townhall/Draenei
  52. ^ TCG Card: Mana Jade
  53. ^ TCG Card: Raesa Morningstar
  54. ^ Paragons pg. 891
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  66. ^ The Last Guardian, pg. 234
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  70. ^ N [90] Onslaught's End
  71. ^ N [90] The Portal's Power
  72. ^ H [94] Stop the Flow
  73. ^ H [94] Desecration of the Dead
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  82. ^ N [100] Elune's Blessing