The Borderlands (WC1 Orc)
- For lore and background information about this location, see Borderlands.
|Previous: The Swamps of Sorrow|
|Concurrent: Grand Hamlet|
|Next: Grand Hamlet|
|Previous (other sources): Grand Hamlet|
|Concurrent (other sources): Grand Hamlet|
|Next (other sources): None|
|Conflict: First War|
|Outcome: Orc victory (retail game)|
Human victory (game demo)
|Commanders and leaders|
|Casualties and losses|
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Like the stinging of a wasp, the attacks from the humans grow more and more bothersome. You have been assigned to a small outpost on the Borderlands of the Swamps of Sorrow. You are to defend our lands from the incursions of these ravenous dogs by crushing any opposition that you encounter.
Your outpost in the Borderlands is being attacked by the human armies. Blackhand wants you and the last soldiers in his cadre to defend the site...to the death. Should the War Chief raise enough gold to recruit reinforcements, he will dispatch them as soon as possible...
Epilogue (game demo)
Blackhand demands your service to eradicate the human scum from this land. Resources are limited, however, so a contribution to summon forth more soldiers is required. You will then have command over the wolfriding Raiders, and be able to use the dark magiks of the Warlocks to control the powers of the underworld. There are mysterious dungeons to search, temples to desecrate, and the armies of King Llane to crush under your heel. Who will eventually control Azeroth is in your power to decide!
The orc outpost was completely overrun by human forces, attacking from all directions. Blackhand sent the orc commander to defend the site to the death, telling him that he would send reinforcements as soon as possible. The outpost was completely destroyed by the humans.
The orc commander was sent to defend the outpost in the Borderlands, he killed every human in there.
In the game demo, the orcs lose the battle, and in the retail game they win the battle. The game demo says that Blackhand will send reinforcements if possible, so it is possible that he managed to send reinforcements and that is why in the retail game the orcs win. It is also possible that it is a tongue-in-cheek reference to needing real players to buy the retail game so that the story can advance.