Teron'gor

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For information on how to defeat Teron'gor in World of Warcraft, see Teron'gor (tactics) and Gorefiend. For the character from the main universe, see Teron Gorefiend.
NeutralTeron'gor
Image of Teron'gor
Title <Shadow Council>
Gender Male
Race Orc (Humanoid)
Class Warlock, Necromancer[1]
Affiliation(s) Shadow Council
Location Various
Status Deceased[2]

Teron'gor was an orc warlock, a servant of Gul'dan and a member of the Shadow Council. He was charged with infiltrating the draenei mausoleum of Auchindoun, where he was defeated by a group of adventurers and fell into the depths of the complex.

After consuming hundreds of draenei souls, Teron'gor transformed into a bloated abomination known as Gorefiend and was transported to Hellfire Citadel, where he was once again defeated.

Biography

Cho'gall, Teron'gor, and Gul'dan were captured by the Iron Horde and used to power the Dark Portal in Tanaan Jungle. Adventurers freed them in order to destroy the portal and stop the Iron Horde's invasion of Azeroth.

Later, Gul'dan sends Teron'gor to Auchindoun to infiltrate the Auchenai and "bleed them dry." Throughout Talador, Teron'gor attempts to gather the pieces of the Heart of Auchindoun and make his way inside the sacred mausoleum. His attacks on Telmor and the Tomb of Lights are fought off by the Auchenai and Sunsworn. Teron and Gul'dan are confronted by Exarch Maladaar and Lady Liadrin in the scoured Remains of Xandros, though instead summon the pit lord Mongrethod to deal with the intruders.

With the help of a traitor in the auchenai's ranks, Gul'dan and Teron are able to enter Auchindoun's inner grounds while Maladaar and Liadrin are kept at bay by Mongrethod. Killing a swath of its defenders, Teron enters Auchindoun to acquire his much-coveted bounty of departed souls upon which to feast. In addition to feasting on souls, he was helping the Shadow Council raise warriors interred at Auchindoun to create draenei constructs.[3]

His blood was requested by Khadgar. When the adventurers attacked the warlock, he began harvesting more power. In the end, he fell off the plateau.

Gorefiend

Main article: Gorefiend
Gorefiend in the Maw of Souls.

Falling into the heart of the mausoleum Auchindoun, Teron'gor gorged upon hundreds of draenei souls, becoming a bloated abomination in the process. More than just an orc now, Teron'gor gave up his old name and has taken a new one: Gorefiend.[4]

Gul'dan sent Tyrant Velhari to bring Gorefiend back to Hellfire Citadel, allowing Gorefiend to feast upon the souls of those orcs who were not strong enough to survive their fel transformations. Despite all the power he amassed, Gorefiend was killed by the invading adventurers.

Locations

Notable appearances
Location Level range Health range
Assault on the Dark Portal 96 36,424
Talador 98 1,358,500
Remains of Xandros 98 1,358,500
Teron'gor (tactics) 97 - 102
52,146,365
5H5,131,182
5M11,256,557
The Desolation of Gorefiend ?? 9,570,070
Gorefiend ??
LFRScales
Normal +Scales
Heroic +Scales
Mythic14,840,718

Objective of

Quotes

Main article: Onslaught's End#Notes
Main article: Ominous Portents#Notes
Main article: All is Revealed#Notes
Main article: Nightmare in the Tomb#Notes
Main article: The Final Piece (Talador)#Description
Main article: Destination: Unknown#Progress
Main article: Teron'gor (tactics)#Quotes
Main article: Gorefiend#Quotes

Trivia

Speculation

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In Hellfire Citadel, he was classified as a demon. Thus it is unknown whether he was truly killed or sent to the Twisting Nether.

Patch changes

References

  1. ^ N [100] The Soulcutter
  2. ^ Hellfire Citadel
  3. ^ No Rest for Auchindoun
  4. ^ Adventure Guide entry for Gorefiend
  5. ^ Dave Kosak at BlizzCon 2013. "At this point in history, Teron is known as Teron'gor—he's not Gorefiend yet."

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