World of Warcraft TCG lore

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This article contains information from the Trading Card Game which is considered non-canon.

This page is about lore exclusive to the World of Warcraft Trading Card Game. It is non-canon.[1]

Abilities

Sometimes the abilities come with excerpts from in-game books such as  [Codex of Defense] and  [The Greatest Race of Hunters].

Characters

Traitors

Some TCG characters had small storylines, due to the way the Servants of the Betrayer set introduced a Traitor mechanic:

Original characters

Families

Several families were introduced in the TCG as well:

Canon characters

Also, several canon characters received some of their first modern canonical art in the TCG:

Classes

Factions

  • Timewalkers: They were originally created by and for the TCG, whose job was purposely kept as vague as possible in case they were ever to be put in the MMO proper.[10] A few were added to the Timeless Isle, like Lyra and Alundra, while many more had IDs created, the majority remained unused.
  • The Alliance actively sends envoys such as Samantha Dillon and Aiden LeNoir toward the night elves and gnomes.
  • The Azjol-anak nerubians were given several unnamed members before the faction was slightly more developed in patch 4.3.0.

Others

References