Wallace Boltscrew

From Wowpedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Wallace Boltscrew
Image of Wallace Boltscrew
Gender Male
Race Human
Class Tinker
Affiliation(s) Wallace's Warriors, Bloodsail Buccaneers
Former affiliation(s) Kul Tiras
Occupation Commodore of the Bloodsail Buccaneers, Leader of the Wallace's Warriors
Former occupation(s) Head butler, head chef, and stablemaster of Falrevere's estate
Status Alive
Relative(s) Annetta Crank (lover)
WorldofWarcraftRPG logo.png
This article contains information from the Warcraft RPG which is considered non-canon.

Wallace Boltscrew is one of the four commodores of the Bloodsail Buccaneers and has been under Duke Falrevere's service for many years even before the duke became a pirate lord.

Wallace was a valuable high-ranking member of Falrevere's household in Kul Tiras before the Third War; he created devices to assist in all manner of situations and was the head of the other servants. He was head butler (he still wears his butler suit), head chef and stablemaster. Once he started constructing devices of war, though, he found his calling. Wallace and his collection of fellow tinkers — whom he calls Wallace's Warriors — are valuable additions to Falrevere's crew. Wallace and the other tinkers improve the Bloodsail Buccaneers by adding technology to their equipment. Armored plating and more powerful cannons were only the first step; Wallace has tried numerous other experiments as well, and has slain only a dozen or so sailors testing them.

Wallace is not really an evil individual; he's just found his passion, and unfortunately he happened to be a Bloodsail Buccaneer at the time. One could conceivably convince him to work for someone else, where his genius could be better used against those who really deserve a torpedo up the kilt.

A couple years ago, Wallace ran into another human engineer, Annetta Crank, in Bilgewater Port in Kezan. The two are now inseparable lovers and inventors. They have crafted several submarines that could prove extremely dangerous; Duke Falrevere is holding these vessels secretly beneath Bloodsail Hold for now, for fear of tipping his hand to the Blackwater Raiders before he is ready.[1]


  1. ^ Lands of Mystery, pg. 181