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The nation of Azeroth is said to be called Stormwind since it was created,[1][2] but it is called Azeroth in many cases, mostly during the First and Second Wars.

Warcraft: Orcs & Humans

In Warcraft: Orcs & Humans the term Stormwind is used to refer to Stormwind Keep,[3][4][5][6][7] although the map calls it "Stonewind Keep"[8] and one mission calls it "Castle Stormwind".[9] It is also used to refer to it's knights, the Knights of Stormwind.[10]

Warcraft II

Tides of Darkness

In Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness it's used as the name of a place,[11] as well as Stormwind Keep[12][13] which is also called "stronghold of Stormwind".[14]

Beyond the Dark Portal

The term "New Stormwind" is seen,[15] it is the term to refer the reconstructed Stormwind.[16][17][18] The constructed castle in the same spot that was Stormwind Keep before it was destroyed in the First War, is called "Castle of New Stormwind".[19][20] The term Stormwind Keep is also used to refer the keep that was in Stormwind before the orcs invaded Azeroth.[16]

Warcraft III

Reign of Chaos

In Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos is refers to the "city of Stormwind".[21]

The Frozen Throne

The term is used only in one quote to refer either: the kingdom or the continent.[22]

Warcraft: The Role Playing Game

The term is used to refer the "kingdom of Stormwind",[23][24] sometimes called "nation of Stormwind".[25][26][27] It is also used to refer to a continent,[28][29] a land(s),[30] the city[31] (capital of the kingdom[32]) and Stormwind Keep.[33]

World of Warcraft

In World of Warcraft's manual the term Stormwind is used to refer the city,[34] which is the capital of the kingdom[35] also named Stormwind;[36] this other use is also seen throughout the manual.[37]

World of Warcraft: The Role Playing Game

It is used to refer Stormwind Keep[38][39] (Stormwind castle[40]), Stormwind City[41][42][43][44][45][46][47] (capital of the nation[48]) and the nation/kingdom.[49][50][51][52] It is also used to refer a region[53] (land[54]/area[55]).

Reference list

  1. ^ Alliance Player's Guide, p. 160
  2. ^ http://www.worldofwarcraft.com/info/story/chapter2.html
  3. ^ Warcraft: Orcs & Humans human manual, p.18-19
  4. ^ "Orc campaign: Goldshire and Moonbrook", Warcraft: Orcs & Humans. Blizzard Entertainment.
  5. ^ "Human campaign: Stormwind Keep (WC1 Orc)", Warcraft: Orcs & Humans. Blizzard Entertainment.
  6. ^ "Human campaign: The Temple of the Damned", Warcraft: Orcs & Humans. Blizzard Entertainment.
  7. ^ "Human campaign: Black Rock Spire", Warcraft: Orcs & Humans. Blizzard Entertainment.
  8. ^ Warcraft I - Map of Azeroth.jpg Map of Azeroth
  9. ^ "Human campaign: Stormwind Keep (WC1 Orc)", Warcraft: Orcs & Humans. Blizzard Entertainment.
  10. ^ Warcraft: Orcs & Humans. Blizzard Entertainment.
  11. ^ Warcraft II: Battle.net Edition manual, p.33, 66
  12. ^ Warcraft II: Battle.net Edition manual, p.37, 64
  13. ^ Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness. Blizzard Entertainment.
  14. ^ Warcraft II: Battle.net Edition manual, p.62
  15. ^ Warcraft II: Battle.net Edition manual, p.87
  16. ^ a b "Orc campaign: New Stormwind (WC2x)", Warcraft II: Beyond the Dark Portal. Blizzard Entertainment.
  17. ^ "Human campaign: The Battle for Nethergarde (WC2 Human)", Warcraft II: Beyond the Dark Portal. Blizzard Entertainment.
  18. ^ "Human campaign: Beyond the Dark Portal (WC2x)", Warcraft II: Beyond the Dark Portal. Blizzard Entertainment.
  19. ^ "Orc campaign: The Seas of Azeroth", Warcraft II: Beyond the Dark Portal. Blizzard Entertainment.
  20. ^ "Human campaign: Alleria's Journey (WC2 Human)", Warcraft II: Beyond the Dark Portal. Blizzard Entertainment.
  21. ^ Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos manual, p.5
  22. ^ "The Founding of Durotar: A Blaze of Glory", Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne. Blizzard Entertainment. Map: Theramore City. Admiral Proudmoore: "Can your blood atone for genocide, orc? Your Horde killed countless innocents with its ramapge across Stormwind and Lordaeron. Do you really think you can just sweep all that away and cast aside your guilt so easily? No, your kind will never change, and I will never stop fighting you.".
  23. ^ Warcraft: The Roleplaying Game, p.26, 33
  24. ^ Lands of Conflict, p. 33, 54
  25. ^ Warcraft: The Roleplaying Game, p.50
  26. ^ Shadows & Light, p.44
  27. ^ Lands of Conflict, p. 20, 31
  28. ^ Warcraft: The Roleplaying Game, p.26 Quote: They launched a new campaign that ended up ravagin the continents of Lordaeron, Khaz Modan and Stormwind.
  29. ^ Manual of Monsters, p.102
  30. ^ Warcraft: The Roleplaying Game, p.125, 214
  31. ^ Lands of Conflict, p. 11, 22, 26, 37, 40, 46-49, 157
  32. ^ Lands of Conflict, p. 52
  33. ^ Lands of Conflict, p. 33, 53-54, 157, 171
  34. ^ World of Warcraft manual, p.53, 108, 168, 170, 195
  35. ^ World of Warcraft manual, p.68
  36. ^ World of Warcraft manual, p.170, 180
  37. ^ World of Warcraft manual, p.168, 170
  38. ^ World of Warcraft: The Roleplaying Game, p.10, 12-13
  39. ^ Alliance Player's Guide, p. 129, 146, 159
  40. ^ Alliance Player's Guide, p. 160
  41. ^ World of Warcraft: The Roleplaying Game, p.13, 44, 165, 169, 368-369, 379
  42. ^ More Magic & Mayhem, p. 47
  43. ^ Lands of Mystery, p. 52, 145, 170, 189-190, 193
  44. ^ Alliance Player's Guide, p. 38, 55, 63, 136-137, 144, 150, 152-154, 158, 160, 166, 170, 177
  45. ^ Horde Player's Guide, p. 9, 76, 167-168
  46. ^ Monster Guide, p. 164
  47. ^ Dark Factions, p. 39, 125, 139-140
  48. ^ World of Warcraft: The Roleplaying Game, p.13
  49. ^ World of Warcraft: The Roleplaying Game, p.13, 16, 43, 44
  50. ^ Alliance Player's Guide, p. 42, 50, 129, 133-134, 138-139, 160-164
  51. ^ Horde Player's Guide, p. 133
  52. ^ Dark Factions, p. 79, 139, 141
  53. ^ Horde Player's Guide, p. 6
  54. ^ Horde Player's Guide, p. 133
  55. ^ Monster Guide, p. 20