After the Horde conquered much of Draenor, the threat of starvation caused many orcs to turn on each other, clashing in short-lived battles that left hundreds dead. The Redwalkers were one of the clans who suffered greatly in these conflicts.
The clan resisted and opposed the commands of through before the events of the First War. Their warriors continued to battle the Horde clans throughout the Second War on Draenor and they suffered greatly. After the war they refused to join Ner'zhul's council, believing the Horde was nothing but a memory, and that each clan had to look out for itself. wanted to slaughter their chieftain for his decision, but was ordered not to, so that he would not be killed in revenge by the Redwalkers. According to Ner'zhul, the clan was eventually reduced to almost nothing.
- In Micky Neilson's opinion, the Redwalkers and other minor orc clans that do not appear in Warlords of Draenor may have been absorbed into the Iron Horde.
- When writing Warcraft: Durotan, Christie Golden researched clans from the game canon that never crossed into Azeroth and chose the Redwalkers, which she invented in Rise of the Horde, since they "fit the bill perfectly".
- ^ World of Warcraft: Chronicle Volume 2, pages 39-41 (map)
- ^ World of Warcraft: Chronicle Volume 2, page 100
- ^ Golden, Christie. Rise of the Horde, 194. ISBN 978-0-7434-7138-1.
- ^ Rosenberg, Aaron; Christie Golden. Beyond the Dark Portal, 38. ISBN 978-1-4165-5086-0.
- ^ Golden, Christie. Beyond the Dark Portal, 78.
- ^ Micky Neilson on Twitter (2016-02-10). Retrieved on 2017-03-28.
- ^ Christie Golden on Twitter (2016-05-23). Retrieved on 2017-03-28.