Theramore Guard

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This article is about the organization. For the guard units in-game, see Theramore Guard (NPC).
Foothold Citadel, headquarters of the Theramore Guard.

The Theramore Guard[1][2] was the military that guarded Theramore Isle. They were among the finest groups of Alliance soldiers based in Kalimdor and it was their their duty to uphold the laws of the Alliance.[3]

History

Third War

Theramore Guard structures during the Invasion of Durotar.
Docked Theramore Guard boats.

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They were the remnants of the Human Expedition led by Jaina Proudmoore: former Alliance of Lordaeron units from various expeditionary forces such as the Stromgarde Brigade and Lordaeron Corps.

During the occupation of Theramore by the Kul Tiran forces of Daelin Proudmoore, the Theramore Guard was forced into service and fought against the Horde attackers.[1]

The guards were on high alert when the actions of the Burning Blade cult pit the nations of Theramore and Durotar against each other.[4]

World of Warcraft

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The Theramore Guard was known for the exceptional training of its warriors,[5] and counted many marines among its ranks. Adjutant Tesoran kept track of all the records for the Guard, from personnel to their equipment.[6]

Unhappy with the way their city-state was led, several guards deserted the organization.

They were eventually wiped out when Garrosh Hellscream destroyed the city with a mana bomb during the Attack on Theramore Isle.[7]

Members

Leaders
Rank and file
Unnamed units

Speculation

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Medic Helaina and Medic Tamberlyn were very likely a part of the Guard.

See also

References