Katherine Proudmoore

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AllianceKatherine Proudmoore
Image of Katherine Proudmoore
Title <Lord Admiral of Kul Tiras>
Gender Female
Race Human (Humanoid)
Affiliation(s) Kul Tiras, House Proudmoore
Occupation Ruler of House Proudmoore
Lord Admiral of Kul Tiras
Location Tiragarde Sound, Kul Tiras
Status Alive
Relative(s) Daelin (husband),
Derek (son),
Tandred (son),
Jaina (daughter)

Katherine Proudmoore is the ruler of House Proudmoore, Lord Admiral of Kul Tiras, widow of Lord Admiral Daelin Proudmoore, and mother to Jaina, Tandred, and the deceased Derek.


Second War and aftermath

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Daelin wrote Katherine a letter about Derek's death during the Second War.[1]

When Jaina began to date Prince Arthas Menethil of Lordaeron, their parents discussed their relationship and tacitly permitted the courtship.[2]

Battle for Azeroth

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Katherine became the Lord Admiral of Kul Tiras after her husband's death at Theramore. From the capital of Boralus, Katherine rules Tiragarde Sound. Years later, Jaina returned to Kul Tiras to ask them to rejoin the Alliance. Instead, Katherine, urged by Priscilla Ashvane, had Jaina labeled a traitor for her role in Daelin's death and had her taken away to face judgment.[3]


  • Alex Afrasiabi has joked that Katherine "is 100% not a dreadlord[4] (in reference to the "dreadlord Jaina" meme).
  • While Katherine's name was not revealed until Battle for Azeroth, Jaina's at the time unnamed mother was mentioned in the novels Tides of Darkness and Rise of the Lich King.


  1. ^ Rosenberg, Aaron. "Chapter Eighteen", Tides of Darkness, 453 (ebook). ISBN 978-1-4165-3990-2. 
  2. ^ Golden, Christie. "Chapter Seven", Arthas: Rise of the Lich King, 164 (ebook). ISBN 978-1439-15760-2. 
  3. ^ Quest:Daughter of the Sea
  4. ^ 2017-11-04, BlizzCon 2017 World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth Panel Transcript. Blizzplanet, retrieved on 2017-11-05

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