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- Not to be confused with Sethekk.
|Sources: Battle for Azeroth|
The sethrak are a race of serpent people living in Vol'dun on Zandalar. The sethrak are an empire on the rise and throwing a wrench in everyone's plans. Wherever the sethrak go sand begins to spread as they magically change the environment into what they are comfortable with.
Long ago, the C'Thrax Mythrax the Unraveler descended upon Vol'dun. He slaughtered troll and sethrak alike. Sethraliss sacrificed herself to save them, but though she struck Mythrax down Mythrax was still able to destroy the disc at the heart of Atul'Aman. After witnessing the destruction firsthand, the sethrak knew that something had to be done to prevent anyone from raising Mythrax again. Sulthis, Vorrik, and Korthek worked together to seal Mythrax within the great pyramid.
Years later, Korthek grew power hungry and sought to free Mythrax to conquer Zuldazar. He gathered like-minded sethrak that became known as the Faithless and declared himself emperor. The sethrak who follow Vorrik and still worship Sethraliss, known as the Devoted, have been fighting the Faithless ever since.
The sethrak skycallers, gifted with the power to command the storm, use their magic to summon great spires that turn the earth into sand. Lightning strikes that hit sethrak spires are used to send messages across large distances in a manner similar to smoke signals.
Sethrak weapons are crafted from glass and other materials that can only be found in Vol'dun.
|Sulthis||First of the Keepers||Deceased||Unknown|
|Vorrik||Keeper, leader of the Devoted||Alive||Vol'dun|
|Emperor Korthek||Former Keeper, emperor of the Faithless||Killable||Vol'dun|
|Serrik||Follower of the Devoted||Deceased||Vol'dun|
- The sethrak are partly inspired by the Bedouins of North Africa and the Middle East.
- The sethrak make for the third "snake-people" of Warcraft, after the naga and the slith.
- ^ 2017-11-03, WOW: BATTLE FOR AZEROTH NEW CONTINENTS, ZONES, BLIZZCON 2017. Blizzpro, retrieved on 2017-04-11
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- ^ No Mercy for Sithis
- ^ A Shocking Message
- ^ Jimmy Lo. Sethrak Environment Concept. ArtStation. Retrieved on 2018-10-20.