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Sacrifice is the act of giving up something in order to get or do something else or to help someone. Sacrificial magic was considered the greatest violation of life.
It is said that a sacrifice of life is the only way to ensure the saving of another.
Experiments require resources. Thorngrin the Tender makes sure that Kael'thas's botanists have the power and essence they need to reveal the naaru's secrets, even if that means untold numbers of living creatures must be sacrificed to obtain it.
Desperate to show his worth to the Burning Legion, Zevrim Thornhoof told his masters he could enslave the formidable ancients who still roamed Dire Maul. When his own power proved insufficient, Thornhoof turned to other living creatures for additional energy, butchering them atop his sacrificial altar and harvesting their essence in their final, agonizing moments.
Stating that it is said that a sacrifice of life is the only way to ensure the saving of another, the demon ensured that no matter what, the moonstones will cure Relara. With his razor sharp claws, Avrus dug into his chest and removed his beating heart, placing it with the fallen moonstones. Miraculously, the satyr did not die. Instead he was bathed in a warm light and transformed into Avrus the Redeemed.
The Temple was the unholy place where Orcs came to make sacrifices to their gods, and the Necromancers of the land gathered to invoke the will of their dark masters.
Knights of the Silver Hand
After the Great Sundering, famine and violence spread until the jungle trolls begged their gods for aid. One god answered: Hakkar the Soulflayer. He gave the jungle trolls great power, but in return he demanded that they sacrifice trolls in his name. As his hunger for blood grew, he ordered his priests, the Hakkari, to bring him physically into the world of Azeroth so that he could feed directly on his victims.
- Blackhand (from the alternate universe) sacrificed his own arm to the elements.
- instills terror in lesser cultists so that they will sacrifice themselves without hesitation when their masters command it.
- ^ : Doomguard says: Sacrificial magic was considered the greatest violation of life.
- ^ http://www.wowcards.info/card/crafted-6/en/5/Wisp-Amulet
- ^ 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."
- ^ http://www.wowcards.info/card/outland/en/42/Mana-Jade
- ^ http://www.wowcards.info/card/legion/en/228/Zaistor-the-Vigilant
- ^ http://www.wowcards.info/card/azeroth/en/182/Dorric-the-Martyr
- ^ Troll Compendium/Jungle Trolls
- ^ - What do we have here? The legends ARE true. Blackhand sacrificed his own arm to the elements.