Warsong clan (alternate universe)

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For the clan from the main universe, see Warsong clan.
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The Warsong clan is a clan led by Garrosh Hellscream himself, a role given to him when Grommash Hellscream became Warchief of the Iron Horde, and makes their home in the lush land of Nagrand. The mounted raiders of the Warsong favor speed and maneuverability in battle—they move quickly, strike swiftly, and are away before their enemies know what hit them. Their war cries inspire their allies and strike fear into all those who dare get in their way.

The clan represented Iron Horde's power.[1]

History

At some point, the clan was enslaved by the Gorian Empire. Their freedom was celebrated by constructing drums of talbuk leather stretched tightly over ogre skulls.[2]

Warlords of Draenor

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The Mountain of Oshu'gun is sacred among all orc clans but the Warsong have claimed it as their own.[3] Shaman around the sacred mountain tap into the Void to force the elements to their will, but this has a side-effect the Warsong could not have foreseen: within the Twisting Nether, voidwalkers led by Invalidus prepare to attack Draenor.

The Warsong invaded Telaar and killed native draenei as well as some shadow hunter trolls.[4] The Telaar group is led by Packleader Kargora. Their goal was to take the impenetrable shield of the city and move it to Grommashar; however, the crystal was destroyed.[5]

After Grommash's rescue, the clan resolves to rebuild Draenor with the Draenei.

Members

Name Role Status Location
 Garrosh Hellscream Warlord Deceased Grommashar, Nagrand
 Grommash Hellscream Warchief of the Iron Horde, former chieftain Alive Tanaan Jungle, Draenor
 Golmash Hellscream Grommash's father Ghost Ancestral Grounds, Nagrand
 Golka Grommash's mate Deceased Nagrand, Draenor
 Packleader Kargora Packleader Killable Telaar, Nagrand
 Hans'gar Brawler Killable Blackrock Foundry, Gorgrond
 Franzok Brawler Killable Blackrock Foundry, Gorgrond
 General Kull'krosh Commander of Ironfist Harbor Killable Ironfist Harbor, Nagrand
 Fleshrender Nok'gar Warleader Killable Iron Docks, Gorgrond
 Commander Tharbek Ironmarch Commander Killable Upper Blackrock Spire, Blackrock Mountain
 Karak the Great Hunter Hunter Killable Nagrand, Draenor
 Worgskin the Savage Packleader Killable Worgskin's Camp, Nagrand
 Morrah Rylak Master Deceased Nagrand, Draenor
 Uruk Foecleaver Commander of Lok-rath Killable Lok-rath, Nagrand
 Warleader Tome Warleader Killable Nagrand, Draenor
 Malroc Stonesunder Forward Commander Killable Anguish Point, Nagrand
 Packleader Dran'ruk Packleader Killable Hallvalor, Nagrand
 Packleader Vor'gash Leader of Mok'gol Watchpost Killable Mok'gol Watchpost, Draenor
 Wolfmother Gar'lua Elder Shaman Killable Spirit Woods, Nagrand
 Windcaller Korast Shaman Killable Stones of Prophecy, Nagrand
 Scout Pokhar Scout Killable Spirit Woods, Nagrand
 Outrider Duretha Outrider Killable Nagrand, Draenor
 Karosh Blackwind Elder Shaman Killable Mok'gol Watchpost, Nagrand
 Brutag Grimblade Warrior Killable Mok'gol Watchpost, Nagrand

Culture

A Warsong warrior and archer.
  • Relying on shock and awe to overwhelm their enemies, the Warsong earned their name from their fearsome battle cries and thunderous drum marches.[2]
  • A bullroarer is an arm-length piece of rigid wood affixed to the end of a long rope and spun over the wielder's head to generate a droning noise capable of traveling long distances. One example was grooved by the Warsong to emit a high-pitched whistling noise rather than the low hum used by most other clans.[6]
  • The riders of the Warsong clan are always on the move. In camp, a family's tent is marked with a long pike thrust into the ground - often adorned with the skulls of defeated enemies.[7]
  • The Warsong clan have long hunted the Bloodhoof clefthoof to use their crimson-hued skin for battle standards.[8]

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