Thrall's unnamed child

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HordeThrall's unnamed child
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Gender Unknown
Race Orc
Location Nagrand
Status Alive

Sarrak (great-grandmother)
Ryal (grandmother)
Thrall (father)
Aggra (mother)
Durak (brother)
Durotan (grandfather)
Draka (grandmother)
Lokra & Karg Bloodfury
Ga'nar (great-uncle)
Rhakish (great-great-grandfather)
Garad (great-grandfather)
Geyah (great-grandmother)
Kelkar (great-grandfather)
Zuura (great-grandmother)
Fenris Wolfbrother (great-uncle)

Hatock, Grotan, Skal (second-cousins)

Thrall and Aggra have at least one more unnamed child of unknown gender living in Nagrand with their brother, Durak.[1]

Aggra was pregnant during the trial of Garrosh Hellscream after the Siege of Orgrimmar.[2]

The child had apparently been born by the time of the war in Draenor. Aggra stayed behind on Azeroth to care for their children,[3][4] but she later joined Thrall on Draenor.


  • As of Battle for Azeroth, the child would be 2-3 years old.
  • In 2019, Chris Metzen privately commissioned an artwork of Thrall's family from Alex Horley depicting Thrall, Aggra, Durak, and an unnamed girl.[5][6] Metzen likes to think the girl is named "Gaia", after Greatmother Geyah, although he never wrote that down during his time at Blizzard.[7] however, this artwork is not canonical as it was a personal artist commission, and had no official involvement from Blizzard.
    • In N [85] Elemental Bonds: Desire, Thrall's desire to have children is represented by a vision of a boy and a girl, supporting the idea that the child is female.


Fan art


  1. ^ Safe Haven
  2. ^ War Crimes, chapter 1: Jaina had heard Go'el had become a father, and there was word that Aggra was again with child.
  3. ^ H [91] Return to the Pack: Thrall says: I do. I saw that my mate remained behind to care for our little ones.
  4. ^ Aggralan#Wor'var
  5. ^ Chris Metzen on Twitter (2019-09-10). Retrieved on 2019-09-11. “So @kathunter and I commissioned this piece from the great Alex Horley a few months ago. @AlexHorleyArt Art imitating life, huh? :) Thanks again, Alex!!!!
  6. ^ Alex Horley on Twitter (2019-09-10). Retrieved on 2019-09-11. “It was a total honor to create this Art Imitating life private commission for @ChrisMetzen and @kathunter.
  7. ^ Chris Metzen on Twitter (2019-09-10). Retrieved on 2019-09-11. “Gaia. Different spelling, but named after Greatmother Geyah, Agra’s teacher from Garadar. However... not sure if Blizzard holds that as cannon... since I never officially wrote it down before leaving..............:)