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12-01-2008 @ 5:46AM
Recently i've read the novel, The Last Guardian. (It's about Medivh and the orcs entry to Azeroth as you might certainly know) In that book there is a reference to an half-orc. Are there any more known half-breeds in Warcraft lore?
12-01-2008 @ 11:09AM
I know that Rexxar is half orc and half ogre. And, if I recall correctly, there is a half dranei half orc in Honor Hold. I don't play Alliance, so I'm afraid I can't confirm this. Also, Lantresor of the Blade, in Nagrand, is half orc half dranei.
12-01-2008 @ 11:14AM
There's Lantressor of the Blade, who claims to be half-orc and and half-draenei.http://www.wowwiki.com/Lantresor_of_the_Blade
12-01-2008 @ 11:13AM
Indeed, i've read that on wowwiki.But what struck me as odd, in the novel, Garona was a young woman. That was during the first war, so the half-orc was born in Outland. Still, she is a half-human / half-orc. There indeed is a reference to orc warlocks making their children get to age quickly using some sort of Drain Life spell tho.
12-01-2008 @ 5:10PM
Well yeah, garona being half-human is kind of a slip.But then again, there has been one person( well two if you count souls) that'd known about Dreanor and possesed to ability to travel there( even tho there is no proff he ever did) so maybe, just maaaybe.. Garona is Medivh's daughter! Dam DAM DAAM! Comeon, its possible! :)
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