Megafin

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NeutralMegafin
Image of Megafin
Gender Male
Race Murloc
Occupation Leader of a murloc village
Location Un'Goro Crater
"Form feet and legs! Form arms and body! Oh. Sorry. I was thinking about Mechafin."
Unite the Murlocs flavor text

Megafin is an enormous murloc and the leader of a murloc village in Un'Goro Crater in the Journey to Un'Goro expansion for Hearthstone. He is summoned when a shaman completes the quest "Unite the Murlocs".

Shortly after Professor Doyle and Eddie Malone arrived at the murloc village, the murlocs arranged a welcoming ceremony and began dancing and singing while draping the two explorers in seaweed and painting their faces. Eddie had picked up a few words of Nerglish back when he took some MMA classes, but he could only make out the words for "party", "feast" and "megafin", convincing him that the murlocs were going to feed the adventurers to "whatever a megafin is". When Megafin, the biggest murloc Eddie had seen in his entire life, arrived, it turned out that the explorers weren't destined for dinner, but were instead the guests of honor at a murloc "fin-dig". Megafin ended up being really nice, and he and Eddie decided to be pen pals so that Eddie could practice his Nerglish.

The next day, Eddie discovered that the village was built on the back of a giant dinosaur. He noted in his journal that Megafin walked beside the megasaur murloc village and seemed to lead it around. At one point, Spiritsinger Umbra appeared, shouted something to Megafin and pointed in the direction of Fire Plume Ridge, causing the entire village to begin moving in that direction. Once at the foot of the volcano, Doyle and Eddie set up camp and waved goodbye to their new friends.[1]

Megafin is possibly distantly related to the similarly huge Giantfin, but Megafin is the bigger of the two.[2]

References

  1. ^ E. Malone's Expedition Journal
  2. ^ Peter Whalen on Twitter (2017-03-22). Retrieved on 2017-04-14.

External links

Icon-curse-22x22.png On the Hearthstone Wiki