Behind the formidable Greymane Wall, a terrible curse has spread throughout the isolated human nation of Gilneas, transforming many of its stalwart citizens into nightmarish beasts known as worgen.
Draenei(Requires The Burning Crusade):
Armed with their unshakable faith in the Light, the draenei ventured to their embattled former home as steadfast members of the Alliance and defeated their ancient demonic rivals.
The bold and courageous dwarves are an ancient race descended from the earthen-beings of living stone created by the titans when the world was young.
The clever, spunky, and oftentimes eccentric gnomes present a unique paradox among the civilized races of Azeroth.
Though humans are among the younger races on Azeroth, they have faced many challenges with fortitude and resilience.
The ancient and reclusive night elves have played a pivotal role in shaping Azeroth’s fate throughout its history.
Reforging old pacts with their colleagues’ one-time allies, the goblins of the Bilgewater Cartel have been welcomed into the Horde with open arms.
Requires The Burning Crusade During the Third War, the glorious high elves of Quel’Thalas were nearly scoured from Azeroth. Now, they struggle to rebuild their once-great society and overcome their dependence on arcane magic.
Unlike the other races of the Horde, orcs are not native to Azeroth. Initially, they lived as shamanic clans on the lush world of Draenor.
The peaceful tauren—known in their own tongue as the shu’halo—have long dwelled in Kalimdor, striving to preserve the balance of nature at the behest of their goddess, the Earth Mother.
The savage trolls of Azeroth are infamous for their cruelty, dark mysticism, and seething hatred for all other races.
When the Lich King’s grasp on his vast armies faltered after the Third War, a contingent of undead broke free of their master’s iron will.