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- Not to be confused with imperial hall.
The imperial chamber (or Lordaeron Throne Room) was the throne room of King Terenas Menethil's royal palace, in Capital City. The chamber has silken curtains, golden chandeliers, and a pure white marble floor which has intricate designs with concentric circles and a triangle in the middle. At center of the triangle is another circle with the golden seal of Lordaeron. Terenas entertained honored guests here at times, especially Lord Prestor, and organized war councils here as well. It is on his own thrown that Terenas was assassinated by his son, Arthas Menethil.
World of Warcraft
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The imperial chamber is still part of the entryway into the catacombs, expanded to become the Undercity. One can spot the dried blood of Terenas on his throne, and his final words still faintly echo through the chamber.
- You no longer need to bear the weight of your crown. I've taken care of everything.
- What is this? What are you doing my son?
- Succeeding you, father.
- Let your eyes be closed.
- This kingdom shall fall, and from the ashes shall arise a new order that will shake the very foundations of the world.
Battle for Azeroth
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The Alliance launched an assault to reclaim the lost kingdom in the Battle for Lordaeron. King Anduin Wrynn and his allies stepped inside the Throne Room, shortly before Sylvanas Windrunner triggered her trap and blighted the entire Keep.
- Lich King Arthas Menethil created a mockery of the Lordaeron Throne Room in the Halls of Reflection within Icecrown Citadel, called the Shadow Throne.
In the TCG.
Prince Arthas in Hearthstone.
The bloodied crown of Terenas in the Arthas' Betrayal cinematic.
During Hallow's End.
From Town Hall.
- Fan art