Tammis Foxton

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For the character from an alternate universe, see Tammis Foxton (alternate universe).
AllianceTammis Foxton
Image of Tammis Foxton
Gender Male
Race Human
Affiliation(s) Kingdom of Lordaeron
Occupation Blackmoore's personal servant and secretary[1]
Status Unknown
Relative(s) Taretha Foxton (daughter), Clannia Foxton (wife), Faralyn Foxton (son), Thrall (surrogate son)
Blackmoore and Foxton finding Thrall as depicted in Warcraft Legends 2
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Tammis Foxton was Aedelas Blackmoore's personal servant. He was with Aedelas when they both discovered Thrall, and was promoted when he forced his wife Clannia to become the little baby orc's wet nurse. He was also Taretha and Faralyn's father. Since they raised Thrall, the Foxton family received a better position.

He survived the fall of Durnholde as Thrall ordered Grom to had Tari's necklace delivered to her parents.[2]

His subsequent fate is unknown.

Alternate timelines

A version of Tammis Foxton existed in a timeway where history turned out completely different and which was entered by Thrall during the Cataclysm era.[3]

Before Thrall entered the Blackmoore world, Tammis briefly appeared in another timeway.[4][5] In contrast with the main timeline, when Tammis and Aedelas went to take the infant Thrall, they heard a splash, alerting their attention. Tammis told his master that the noise had to be large turtles.[6]

Speculation

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It is unknown what happened to Clannia and Tammis during the Third War and after but considering that Tari's necklace was next seen in the hands of the Syndicate during the events of World of Warcraft, they may have been killed by the Syndicate or Scourge / Forsaken. Otherwise, they may be living somewhere in safety.

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