Class Order

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Class Orders (or simply Orders) represent the collective effort of each class to band together and face the threat posed by the return of the Burning Legion.[1] With tensions between the Alliance and Horde preventing faction leaders from working closely, heroes joined existing class orders or formed new ones who decided to focus on this threat, and do what needed to be done.[1] The bases of operations of the class orders are called order halls.

Official preview

With the Horde and the Alliance in disarray, players must seek out and bring together other like-minded champions to stand against the demonic hordes. In Legion, each player will take charge of an Order Hall—a site of great power linked closely to a character’s class and cause. The Order Hall will serve as each hero’s base of operations—and a bastion of hope—during their journey to the Broken Isles. From there, players will send NPC followers on missions to help defend Azeroth from the demonic incursion . . . and forge their Artifact into a Legion-felling force to be reckoned with.[2]

List of class orders

To see a class order's campaign in detail, go to the order's respective page. Note that they are still under construction and some might be absent.

Class Order Order Hall Leader's title Description Campaign
Druid
Cenarion Circle
Dreamgrove Archdruid,
Guardian of G'Hanir
The druids of Azeroth gathered together to fight the Emerald Nightmare and the Legion The druids were the first to learn of the return and spreading of the Emerald Nightmare in Val'sharah. The Circle finally managed to open a Dreamway portal to the scarlet realm and save the Ancient Malorne who had been taken by the corruption.
Priest
Conclave
Netherlight Temple High Priest, Cardinal[3] Priesthoods of all denominations united against a common enemy[4] After many years of study, the Conclave managed to turn the void god Saraka the Lighteater back into the naaru Saa'ra. They also saved Natalie Seline and rallied the Cult of the Forgotten Shadow to their cause. Attacked by the dreadlord Balnazzar, they managed to defend their Temple with the aid of the paladins of the Silver Hand and reinforcements from the Army of the Light.
Warlock
Council of the Black Harvest
Dreadscar Rift First of the Black Harvest,
Netherlord,
Overlord of the Dreadscar
The greatest warlocks of Azeroth cooperating against the Legion The Black Harvest conquered the Legion world of Dreadscar Rift after having been made captured there by the pit lord Jagganoth. They submitted the powerful Eredar Twins, dealing yet another great blow to the dreadlord Mephistroth
Shaman
Earthen Ring
Heart of Azeroth Farseer, Champion of the Elements[citation needed] The most influential shamanistic organization on Azeroth The Earthen Ring worked to install new Elemental Lords in Skywall and the Firelands, and managed to establish an alliance between them against the Legion
Demon hunter
Illidari
Fel Hammer Slayer, Hand of Illidan The armies of Illidan Stormrage The Illidari sought Illidan's soul lost in the Twisting Nether in order to return it to it's body, and hunted down the traitors Caria and Varedis Felsoul
Death knight
Knights of the Ebon Blade
Acherus Deathlord Independant death knights freed from the will of the Lich King The Ebon Blade's purpose was to create a powerful weapon against the Legion by reforming the Four Horsemen, re-establishing ties with the Lich King in the process.
Paladin
Knights of the Silver Hand
Sanctum of Light Highlord An order formed from every paladin order on Azeroth The Silver hand spent much of their focus on hunting down Balnazzar. After the latter launched a massive assault on the priests of the Conclave, the paladins went to aid them and together with the reinforcements from the Army of the Light, repelled the attack and killed the dreadlord.
Monk
Order of the Broken Temple
Temple of Five Dawns‎ Grandmaster The new order of monks succeeding the previous destroyed one After defending the Peak of Serenity and the Temple of the Jade Serpent from the Legion, the monks set out to create the powerful Stormbrew, a special brew that greatly empowers the drinker, as a weapon to defeat the Legion.
Rogue
Uncrowned
Hall of Shadows Shadowblade,
Shadow
A secret organization deciding of the fate of this world After the return of the Legion, the Uncrowned operated in Stormwind, exposing the work of the dreadlord Detheroc who had impersonated Mathias Shaw, head of the SI:7, in order to incite King Anduin Wrynn against the Horde, and defeated him.[5]
Mage
Tirisgarde
Hall of the Guardian Conjuror of the Tirisgarde,
Archmage[6]
The powerful champions of the mage-guard of Dalaran The Tirisgarde investigated Archmage Vargoth's disappearance and discovered he was being manipulated by the dreadlord Kathra'natir. They rescued him and imprisoned Kathra'natir inside the Nightborne Soulstone.
Hunter
Unseen Path
Trueshot Lodge Huntmaster,
Pathfinder[7]
An order of hunters blessed by the eagle spirit Ohn'ahra Hunt down Hakkar the Houndmaster and his new type of felhunters
Warrior
Valarjar
Skyhold Battlelord The chosen warriors of Keeper Odyn The Gjallarhorn was sounded in order to rally the titanic Keepers from Ulduar. The Valarjar descended upon Azeroth and took control of the Legion portal in Felblaze Ingress, from which Hymdall opened a gateway to the demonic world of Niskara in order to rescue Keeper Hodir from his fel corruption.

List of champions

Druid
Cenarion Circle
Priest
Conclave
Warlock
The Black Harvest
Shaman
Earthen Ring
Demon hunter
Illidari
Death knight
The Ebon Blade
Paladin
The Silver Hand
Monk
The Broken Temple
Rogue
The Uncrowned
Mage
Tirisgarde
Hunter
Unseen Path
Warrior
Valarjar
 Naralex  Calia Menethil  Calydus  Duke Hydraxis  Altruis the Sufferer
or
 Kayn Sunfury
 Thassarian  Lady Liadrin  Chen Stormstout  Garona Halforcen  Archmage Kalec  Emmarel Shadewarden  Finna Bjornsdottir
 Zen'tabra  High Priestess Ishanah  Ritssyn Flamescowl  Stormcaller Mylra  Asha Ravensong  Nazgrim  Lord Maxwell Tyrosus  Li Li Stormstout  Vanessa VanCleef  Archmage Modera  Loren Stormhoof  Ragnvald Drakeborn
 Sylendra Gladesong  Zabra Hexx  Zinnin Smythe  Consular Celestos  Kor'vas Bloodthorn  Koltira Deathweaver  Justicar Julia Celeste  Taran Zhu  Lord Jorach Ravenholdt  Esara Verrinde  Rexxar  Hymdall
 Broll Bearmantle  Yalia Sagewhisper  Jubeka Shadowbreaker  Farseer Nobundo  Akama
or
 Shade of Akama
 Thoras Trollbane  Vindicator Boros  The Monkey King  Fleet Admiral Tethys  Ravandwyr  Beastmaster Hilaire  Hodir
 Brightwing  Mariella Ward  Shinfel Blightsworn  Avalanchion the Unbroken  Belath Dawnblade  High Inquisitor Whitemane  Aponi Brightmane  Angus Ironfist  Marin Noggenfogger  Arcane Destroyer  Addie Fizzlebog  Thorim
 Archdruid Hamuul Runetotem  Sol  Kira Iresoul  Muln Earthfury  Matron Mother Malevolence  Rottgut  Delas Moonfang  Hiro  Valeera Sanguinar  Millhouse Manastorm  Hemet Nesingwary  Dvalen Ironrune
 Mylune  Natalie Seline  Sacrolash &  Alythess  Baron Scaldius  Allari the Souleater  Amal'thazad  Lothraxion  Sylara Steelsong  Master Mathias Shaw  Archmage Vargoth  Halduron Brightwing  King Ymiron
 Keeper Remulos  Alonsus Faol  Lulubelle Fizzlebang  Rehgar Earthfury  Jace Darkweaver  Highlord Darion Mograine  Arator the Redeemer  Aegira  Taoshi  Meryl Felstorm  Huntsman Blake  Svergan Stormcloak
7.2 champions
 Thisalee Crow  Aelthalyste  Kanrethad Ebonlocke  Magatha Grimtotem  Lady S'theno  Minerva Ravensorrow  Nerus Moonfang  Brewer Almai Alliance  Princess Tess Greymane
Horde  Lilian Voss
 Aethas Sunreaver  Nighthuntress Syrenne Alliance  Lord Darius Crowley
Horde  Eitrigg
 Maximillian of Northshire  The Great Akazamzarak
Mutual champions
 Moroes
 Meatball

Canceled champions

Several champions were datamined early during the alpha but did not appear in the live version of the game:

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