During the The Frozen Throne campaigns several shipyards sold boats according to the buyer's faction, including battleships. While sharing the same stats, the orcish battleship was actually identified as a juggernaught.
Second WarThis section concerns content exclusive to Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness or its expansion Beyond the Dark Portal.
- Main article: Battleship (Warcraft II)
The Alliance relied upon its great battleships to control the seas. These hulking behemoths possessed armor and weaponry far greater than that of any other Alliance vessel. The combination of devastating weaponry and substantial armor that they brandished more than outweighed their somewhat slow speeds in waterborne combat.
World of WarcraftThis section concerns content exclusive to World of Warcraft.
The Sister Mercy is a ship of the same basic design as the Forsaken battleship, making it another type of human battleship.
Human battleship of the Third War.
Standard human battleship in World of Warcraft.
The Sister Mercy, a pirate battleship.
Lordaeron battleship during the Second War.
Notable human battleships
- Sister Mercy sailing north of Scalawag Point, Howling Fjord
- Rhonin's Beard in Backbreaker Bay, Isle of Thunder
- Seabolt in Backbreaker Bay, Isle of Thunder
- Spellsails in Backbreaker Bay, Isle of Thunder
- The Defiant, near the Southern Isles, Krasarang Wilds
- Valor's Edge, near the Southern Isles, Krasarang Wilds
- Turalyon's Might, in Bladefist Bay during the Siege of Orgrimmar
Forsaken battleshipThis section concerns content exclusive to World of Warcraft.
Scourge battleships appeared during the Third War. After their liberation, Forsaken battleships (previously referred to as destroyers) are now Forsaken warships in service to the Horde that were first seen around the Howling Fjord.
The Forsaken do not have a harbor or any dry docks. The Forsaken navy is composed of ships dredged up from the bottom of the ocean. Most of them were once among Lordaeron's fleets. Despite this, Forsaken battleships can be built at the Frostwall Shipyard. The Forsaken battleships have been equipped with Forsaken catapults, providing their ships with projectile weapons and blight anti-air. According to , the Bilgewater Cartel have modified the catapults to be faster and more powerful.
Notable Forsaken battleships
- The Windrunner off the Derelict Strand, Howling Fjord
- The Oblivion off the Derelict Strand, Howling Fjord
- The Dark Defiance off the Derelict Strand, Howling Fjord
- The Queen's Reprisal sunken off the Derelict Strand, Howling Fjord, later rebuilt, upgraded and sunken again in Azsuna
- The Blightbringer in Strand of the Ancients
- The Casket Carrier in Strand of the Ancients
- The Immortal Coil sunken off the Legion's Fate, Kelp'thar Forest
- north of the Misty Strand, Timeless Isle
Orc battleshipThis section concerns content exclusive to World of Warcraft.
Notable orc battleships
Draenor, Iron Horde:
Elven battleshipThis section concerns content exclusive to Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos or its expansion The Frozen Throne.
Night elf battleship of the Third War.
- ^ Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness manual, Alliance Naval Units, Battleship
- ^ Blizzard Devs Discuss the Mists of Pandaria Release
- ^ Ask CDev
- ^ Quest:The Battle for Shattrath#Stage 5: The Weapon
- ^ Boarding the Master's Call
- ^ A Ship in Harbor Is Safe, But...
- ^ All Fel Breaks Loose
- ^ For Hate's Sake
- ^ The House Always Wins
- ^ The Wave Mistress