Torcali

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Torcali
Image of Torcali
Title Loa of Wanderers,
The Great Mother,[1]
The Moving Mountain,[2]
the Wandering Bulwark[2]
Gender Female
Race(s) Direhorn loa
Location Unknown
Status Alive
Relative(s) Child of Torcali

Torcali is a direhorn loa revered by the Zandalari trolls. She is a loa of the harvest.[3] Her worshipers are known as Torcalin, at the Terrace of Torcali.

Torcali is the grass, and the bounties that heap the Zandalari's tables. She is the great shaper: Where she walks valleys form, and where she drags her horns rivers form. She does not have a temple because Zandalar itself is her place of worship.[4]

Where the road ends, Torcali's realm begins. Her domain stretches far beyond Zandalar. She is the greatmother of direhorns.[5]

Spectral versions of Torcali, Akunda, Kimbul, and Jani appear at Zanchul to observe Krag'wa's challenge to Princess Talanji.[6]

Quests

Tales of the Loa

If ya dismiss Torcali,
It be at your folly.

She teaches us de harvest,
She protects us in our home.
We become the smartest,
Our fields are rich with loam.
Brave and true and silent waiting,
Far afield, be fascinating.

Embrace Torcali, if ya be wise.
And finally rest dem weary eyes.[3]

Notes and trivia

  • Despite being a prominent loa with a dedicated temple, many followers, and a descriptive plaque like the other loa have, Torcali never appears in-game directly. An unused ID of her exists but was never used.[7]
    • The Aspect of Torcali however briefly appears in a world quest.[8]
    • She makes a similar appearance during H [120] Gaze of the Loa: Krag'wa, where she can neither be targeted nor interacted with. Her NPC title is <Loa of Bounty>, but it cannot be seen in the game. In patch 8.2, the ID was repurposed and the title changed into <Loa of Wanderers>.
  • The eponym of something related to Torcali is "Torcalin".
  • The  [Crown of Torcali] is a rare bloom thought to resemble the pointed spikes of the direhorn loa's crest.[9]

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