Spirit of Lao-Fe

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CombatSpirit of Lao-Fe
Image of Spirit of Lao-Fe
Title <The Slavebinder>
Gender Male
Race Mogu (Humanoid)
Level 91 Rare
Health 1,630,000
Location Tu Shen Burial Ground, Vale of Eternal Blossoms [47.4, 65.6]
Status Killable, Deceased (lore)

Lao-Fe the Slavebinder was the last emperor of the mogu empire,[1][2] killed early on during the pandaren revolution during the battle for Mistfall Province in the Vale of Eternal Blossoms. His spirit, along with the spirits of pandaren rebels and his mogu army, haunt the Tu Shen Burial Ground overlooking Mistfall Village to this day.

Even by mogu standards, Emperor Lao-Fe was a monster among beasts. His favored punishment among pandaren slaves was to separate families. Slaves who displeased him would have their children sent to the Serpent's Spine, to suffer and die as fodder for the mantid swarms. This was the fate that befell a young pandaren monk named Kang. History does not report if Kang and his son ever met again, but it was this father's love that sparked the rebellion that would change the face of Pandaria forever.[1]

In the final battle of the pandaren revolution, Kang and Lao-Fe fought hand to hand. The monk was victorious, but sustained mortal wounds in the process, and the pandaren and the mogu died together.[3]


  • Ability warrior battleshout.png  Oppress the Weak — The Spirit of Lao-Fe shouts violently, inflicting 19,000 Physical damage every 3 seconds to all enemies within line of sight. Echoes of Pandaren Monks are instantly defeated by this effect.
  • Ability golemthunderclap.png  Crush Uprising — All Echoes of Pandaren Monks caught in range of The Spirit of Lao-Fe are instantly defeated. Lao-Fe, one of the most oppressive Mogu tyrants, is no stranger to crushing would-be rebels.

Objective of

Removed from game The subject of this section has been removed from World of Warcraft.

Criteria of

Killing Spirit of Lao-Fe is a part of the achievement [One Many Army].

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Preceded by:
Emperor of the mogu
Succeeded by:
Xin the Weaponmaster (as king)