Glaive of Vol'jin
- For the regular item version, see . For the blooded item version, see . For the ship, see Vol'jin's Glaive.
During Vol'jin's time recovering from Garrosh Hellscream's assassination attempt, he requested a weapon to replace the one he lost. Taran Zhu complied and had the smiths in the Shado-Pan Monastery make Vol'jin a glaive to replace the weapon he lost. Though it wasn't his glaive, the balance matched favorably. He would most often be seen wielding the weapon from the time of the Darkspear Rebellion forward.
Following the Battle for the Broken Shore and Vol'jin's death, the glaive would be put on display at a hut in the Echo Isles. After Zalazane escaped Bwonsamdi's grasp, Master Gadrin requested that the Horde Speaker retrieve the glaive in order to use it's power to end Zalazane. They were successful, Zalazane not believing that Vol'jin' could have such power.
Princess Talanji then suggested that Vol'jin's remains (including his urn and glaive), be taken to Atal'Dazar to rest alongside the other great troll leaders of the past. After discovering that his spirit no longer rested in the urn, Gadrin led a seance to contact the former warchief. Vol'jin's spirit responded, claiming that the Shadowlands were in turmoil due to G'huun and instructed the adventurer to use his glaive to finish off the old god, once and for all. Now the Bloodied Glaive of Vol'jin, Vol'jin's spirit, the adventurer, and Talanji proudly displayed it for all of Zuldazar to see, using it as proof of both Talanji's ability to lead the zandalari to victory and how much the Horde has aided the Zandalari Empire. The glaive was then put on a plaque and displayed near the shrines of the loa on the Great Seal.
Behold the Glaive of Vol'jin, son of Sen'jin, Warchief of the Horde, Chieftain of the Darkspear tribe, Shadow Hunter, and the troll who showed Zandalar what it meant to stand with family over empire. This blade has tasted the flesh of G'hunn, and is a symbol of the power the Zandalari can achieve when they ally with the Horde, instead of trying to conquer it.
- As shown in the picture above, Vol'jin's glaive has looked different through the expansions, initially looking like it was forged entirely of metal and had non-symmetrical blades. Later, the glaive as-seen in Battle for Azeroth had a wooden hilt and hand-guard, with metal blades that were symmetrical. As Vol'jin has not been stated to carry multiple glaives, it is still likely meant to be the same one.
In Grommash Hold, the glaives have the blades with BfA design.
|The Glaive of Vol'jin||The Bloodied Glaive of Vol'jin|