Wuho Highmountain

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NeutralWuho Highmountain
Image of Wuho Highmountain
Gender Male
Race Highmountain tauren (Humanoid)
Level 100-110
Health 2,282,363
Mana 266,554
Reaction Alliance Horde
Location Helmouth Shallows, Stormheim
Status Deceased
Relative(s) Apata (sister), Dorro (ancestor)

Wuho Highmountain is a Highmountain tauren who accompanies the hunter adventurer in search of the legendary tauren spear  [Talonclaw] along with his sister, Apata.

When Apata and the adventurer arrive at the Helmouth Shallows in Stormheim, Wuho has already made certain that their prey — the massive nightsaber Dakarr, who killed the last known wielder of Talonclaw — is indeed in the area, as the local kvaldir tell tales of a giant cat that makes its home in the mist and have raised runic wards to keep it at bay. While the adventurer is busy gathering wardstones from the nearby vrykul to allow safe passage through the barrier, Wuho grows increasingly impatient and frustrated due to standing a mere few strides away from his people's ancestral spear, though Apata tells him to calm himself.

After Apata, Wuho and the champion pass through the ward, the group is attacked by Dakarr and his minions. During a battle with the monstrous nightsaber, Wuho is eventually killed as the beast vanishes back into the fog. Apata feels immense guilt over having brought Wuho to the shallows, but vows to avenge his death as she and the adventurer press on further. Eventually, Apata is killed as well, leaving the hunter champion to finally kill Dakarr and claim Talonclaw. Shortly after, the spirit of Dorro Highmountain, who was killed by Dakarr, appears and tells the hero that he will find the spirits of Apata and Wuho and ensure that they do not have to stay in the Helmouth Shallows.[1]

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References

  1. ^ N Hunter [98 - 110] The Spear in the Shadow

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