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Forge Camp: Wrath

Forge sites (split into camps and bases) are the places used by the Burning Legion for the construction of its mechanical units such as fel reavers. They are populated by some form of gan'arg engineer and mo'arg forgefiend, and often overseen by a more powerful demon. An example of this is Forge Camp: Fear in Nagrand, which has gan'arg, mo'arg and is overseen by Xirkos, Overseer of Fear, a powerful annihilan.

Forge Camps

Removed from game The subject of this section did not make it out of the beta stages.

Forge Bases

Forge Base: Oblivion, site of three terrifying fel reavers

Forge Bases are larger versions of Forge Camps, and are used to assemble much larger projects, such as the three fel reavers being constructed in Forge Base: Oblivion.

List of Forge Bases:

Invasion Points

The Burning Crusade This section concerns content related to The Burning Crusade.

Invasion Points are smaller bases focusing on bringing troops to Outland, as opposed to constructing things. In other words, they are not forges, but are very similar Legion bases.

List of Outland Invasion Points:

Warlords of Draenor This section concerns content related to Warlords of Draenor.

Legion This section concerns content related to Legion.

Main article: Invasion Point

During the third invasion of the Burning Legion it was shown that the Legion also had Invasion Points on many other planets.

Denizens

Gan'arg and mo'arg demons are always found in Forge Sites. However, they are not the only foes there. Many different kinds of demon are found in these sites, including felguards, shivarra and wrathguards.

All forge camps have a master planner. The master planner dictates what types of structures are present at a forge camp and how each structure is situated. Moreover, this information is kept on a set of blueprints that the planner carries around on their person.[1]

Trivia

  • During the beta, Forge Camp: Mageddon was a Forge Base instead.

See also

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