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|Location||Hammerfall, Arathi Highlands|
A warrior of the Old Horde, Gor'mul was originally imprisoned in the internment camp now known as Hammerfall. After years of hopelessness, the day Thrall and Orgrim Doomhammer came to save the prisoners, the sight of Doomhammer being lanced in the back by a human knight shattered his hopes of things ever getting better. The rest of the orcs escaped, but Gor'mul was left behind and wandered alone and lost for years without direction or hope until his brethren came back to settle Hammerfall. Wishing that he had died alongside Doomhammer, Gor'mul stayed morose at this new development.
The other orcs tried to cheer Gor'mul up with stories of victory and of the mighty city of Orgrimmar, but nothing moved him. It was then that Tor'gan thought of displaying him their newly found shamanistic magic. Gor'mul was dismissive at first, but when the guile of the raptor was blessed upon him he realized the power now held by his beloved Horde. Convinced, Gor'mul accepted to talk to the shaman.
Before Tor'gan left the camp, he taught Gor'mul how to form the guile of the raptor to help out his brethren in Hammerfall. Now the orc provides for all there, crafting the same boons that gave him newfound strength.
- Guile of the Raptor - Imbues target's spirit with bestial guile.
Our people were held as prisoners, as slaves, in this very camp by the humans. I was locked in these cages; I saw my brothers held in these stocks, hung in these gallows.
I saw Orgrim Doomhammer, leader of us all, stabbed in the back. His blood stained black the earth we stand on.
And look at us now. This is our legacy: Hammerfall, where we lost everything, and then took it back with our own hands.
- He shares the same model with Olrokk.
- During the Battle for Azeroth beta, he was the placeholder objective for many missions.
- Patch 4.0.3a (2010-11-23): Level reduced from 40.