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Image of Aggralan
Title Farseer,[1]
Shaman of the Earthen Ring,[2]
Shaman Trainer
Gender Female
Race Mag'har orc (Humanoid)
Class Shaman
Resource Mana
Reaction Alliance Horde
Affiliation(s) Earthen Ring, The Mag'har, Horde,[3] Orgrimmar,[4] Frostwolf clan[5][6]
Occupation Shaman of the Earthen Ring and the Mag'har, Farseer
Location Various
Status Alive
Relative(s) Sarrak (maternal grandmother)
Ryal (mother)
Thrall (mate)
Durak (son)[2]
Rehze (daughter)
Durotan (father-in-law)
Draka (mother-in-law)
Mentor(s) Greatmother Geyah
Companion(s) Wen'lor (talbuk mount)

“Go'el, as long as you have this great heart to lead—and to love—then know that I will go with you to the ends of any world and beyond.”

— Aggra to her future life-mate[2][7]

Aggralan, more commonly known as Aggra (pronounced "AW-gruh),[8] is a Mag'har orc shaman from Garadar in Nagrand. She was charged with training Thrall in the traditional shamanic arts and, despite initial disagreements, the two quickly bonded and began a romantic relationship, eventually becoming life-mates.


Aggra was born of a shattered world, and learned the ways of the elements among the Mag'har orcs of Outland.[9]

The Shattering: Prelude to Cataclysm[]

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Shortly before the Cataclysm, Thrall journeyed to Garadar to discover why the elements of Azeroth were so afraid. When he arrived, Greatmother Geyah advised him to turn to the Mag'har Aggra, who told him that he had toed the line between being a leader and a shaman long enough and that he would have to give up his leadership to truly become a shaman. Aggra was Thrall's guide during a vision quest. Despite their rough beginnings, Thrall and Aggra grew closer to one another as he became truly connected with the spirits and became a proper shaman. Before returning to Azeroth Thrall and Aggra became mates.

When Thrall and Aggra returned to Azeroth, they participated in the funeral of Cairne Bloodhoof. The next day, she noticed that Thrall no longer wore the armor of Doomhammer, and she was satisfied. Both left Thunder Bluff and Mulgore and went to the goblin port town Ratchet where Gazlowe welcomed them and prepared a ship to the Maelstrom. The ship was called Draka's Fury in honor of all orcish women. Aggra was emotional and together with Thrall and a crew boarded the ship and left Kalimdor to the Maelstrom.[10] However, their journey would not be smooth as they had intended.[11]


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Aggra at the Maelstrom

Aggra at the Maelstrom.

While en route to the Maelstrom Draka's Fury was attacked by Alliance forces and Thrall referred to as their "precious cargo" was lost. While Aggra commanded the shipwrecked crew of Draka's Fury on the Lost Isles she gained unexpected allies to the fight against Alliance. The Goblins of the Bilgewater Cartel, who were also attacked by the Alliance, and the Horde aided one in another in combating the denizens of the Isles and the Alliance forces who had captured Thrall. After all, Thrall was freed and the Goblin's joining the Horde, Aggra and Thrall successfully made it to the Maelstrom. She later appears at the Maelstrom (affiliated with the Earthen Ring) and sends adventurers into Deepholm.

During the battle with Deathwing in the nightmare caused by Iso'rath, Aggra tries to fight with Deathwing, though the Aspect ultimately kills her.

Thrall: Twilight of the Aspects[]

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When Thrall found himself unable to completely focus on healing the Maelstrom, Aggra tried to get him to touch with the Spirit of Life. When Thrall was asked by the green dragonflight for aid, Aggra encouraged him to go, even though felt that he belonged at the Maelstrom. While not physically with him, there thought of Aggra was enough to encourage Thrall to never give up during his quest. When Thrall returned to Maelstrom he told Aggra everything that had occurred and was prepared to rescue Azeroth with her as Go'el.[12]

Rage of the Firelands[]

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At the Maelstrom, Thrall strains himself attempting to commune with the elements. Able to feel how broken the world is, and with the elements remaining silent for him, Thrall tells Aggra that he will have to work without limits to fulfill this task and she leaves him.

After the Guardians of Hyjal and adventurers thwart the invasion of Mount Hyjal by the Twilight's Hammer and Ragnaros, a meeting was convened at the ancient World Tree of Nordrassil. Thrall and Aggra were among the gathered heroes at the meeting that ended in tragedy when an incredibly powerful agent of the Twilight Hammer interrupted the ceremony and struck down Thrall with dark magic, casting his spirit into the four domains of the Elemental Plane. While the Aspects conceded that Thrall may be lost to the elements forever, Aggra believed that her mate could be saved, and called on the aid of adventurers of both the Horde and the Alliance to venture into the Skywall, the Abyssal Maw, Deepholm, and Firelands to rescue her beloved from an eternity of torment. Before adventurers can return Thrall's spirit to the natural world, they must help him overcome his doubts, his willfulness, his desires, and his rage before he is bound to his elemental cage.[13]

Thanks to the efforts of Aggra and adventurers, Thrall is restored. Soon afterward, she and Thrall marry with notable figures in attendance.

Fall of the Destroyer[]

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When the Dragon Aspects were planning how to defeat the Destroyer, Thrall was spiritually tortured by Deathwing. Aggra found his body and stayed by his side until he was freed.[14]

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After the defeat of Deathwing by the hands of the Dragon Aspects, Thrall and the adventurers, Alexstrasza revealed that Aggra was bearing Thrall's child.

Tides of War[]

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Aggra learned about the fall of Theramore and understood Thrall's pain when it was believed that Jaina Proudmoore had been killed. When Thrall received a vision of an unknown figure going to use enslaved water elements to destroy Orgrimmar, Aggra wished to accompany him. Though she was convinced that since Thrall received the vision alone, then he must go alone. While resigned to this, she understood and wished him luck.[15]


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At some point, she and Thrall journeyed to The Den in Durotar and while caring for the infant Durak, Thrall was approached by Horde heroes. After learning that Vol'jin was hurt and that the Darkspear may be trouble, Thrall left to help the trolls on the Echo Isles. Aggra wished him good luck as she cared for their son.[16]

War Crimes[]

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Aggra and Durak accompanied Go'el to the trial of Garrosh Hellscream. She was said to be pregnant again. She was wary of Tyrande's first witness being Velen and grew outraged when she prevented Velen from speaking his heart. When the Dragonmaw attacked to ensure Hellscream's freedom, a group of their pirate allies attacked her. In response, Aggra slew them effortlessly, while protecting her son. She then reunited with her mate and immediately went to heal the wounded Jaina Proudmoore.[17]

Warlords of Draenor[]

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Aggra in Nagrand.

During the war in Draenor, Aggra initially stayed behind on Azeroth to take care of her children.

Despite this, however, she later arrived at Wor'var in Nagrand together with Thrall and Draka. When Telaar fell she sent shadow hunters led by Shadow Hunter Kajassa to check in on the situation.

Later still, she can be found alongside Durotan during the attack on Grommashar and alongside Thrall at the Stones of Prophecy after Garrosh's death.


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While Thrall goes on an introspective journey after Garrosh's death, Aggra stays at the Heart of Azeroth with Thrall's wolf Snowsong and Snowsong's pup, Snowfang, and serving the new Farseer of the Earthen Ring.

Battle for Azeroth[]

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Aggra returned to Nagrand with Thrall and her children, living in a hut near Oshu'gun.[18] Aggra and her children remained there when Thrall returned to Orgrimmar and became a member of the Horde Council. While teaching her children to weave, she made a red cloak, which Thrall took to Orgrimmar.[19]

Death Rising[]

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Though her family had a happy life in Nagrand, she understood the need to return for the sake of the Horde and Varok Saurfang. However, in time Sylvanas's forces took them by surprise and despite fighting fiercely it was not enough, and Thrall was taken. Soon after Aggra joined the Horde Council in convening atop of Grommash Hold following return of the Scourge and learned that Baine Bloodhoof, Jaina Proudmoore and Anduin Wrynn had been abducted as well and how Tyrande Whisperwind had neutralized her attackers.[20] Knowing that Thrall would want her to remain behind and safeguard their children, she encouraged Horde champions with finding and bringing them home.


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She later received word from Calia Menethil, who gone to Oribos within the Shadowlands, of her husband's recovery.[21]

The Vow Eternal[]

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Aggra and her family were among those who attended the wedding of Lor'themar Theron and Thalyssra.[22]


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The Kosh'harg - Aggralan's totems

Aggra prepared to the start the Kosh'harg festival.

As Aggra and her family were visiting Drek'Thar, they were unexpectedly joined by Eitrigg and orc champions who had arrived to recruit Drek'Thar in their mission to bring back the Kosh'harg festival. While Drek'Thar was quick to join in agreement about the festival, Aggra declared that they should offer more than just a return of the festival, that they should create a new rite of passage, one that teaches not just of the hunt, but what it means to be an orc, an om'gora - a rite of honor. The others quickly agreed and Aggra offered no objections when Eitrigg declared that the champion should be the first to complete the om'gora.

After Drek'Thar declared that his old bones wouldn't make it to Kalimdor, he instructed Aggra with presiding over the Kosh'harg, and promoted her to Farseer, while remarking it was a title long overdue. For her part, Aggra was deeply honored.[23] As Thrall and Eitrigg gathered the clans for the festival, Aggra revealed that it was to be held within Razor Hill, and invited the champion to either guide her children to the town or simply meet them within, while declaring that it was her task to make sure the om'gora provided a worthy challenge for them. As the om'gora started, she declared that it was to be a rite of honor, earned by three blessings. Of the clan, of the land, and of the ancestors. She further stated that when all three had been earned, the champion would understand what it means to be an orc.[24] She subsequently issued each rite, from aiding the Owa'nohe (the spirit of Thunder Ridge), to honoring the ancestors by crafting a worthy offering, and with joining one of the orc clans at the Kosh'harg, in order to move forward and prove their own strength and worth to the living orcs. In the last regard, Aggra and the clan chieftains decided that the blessing of the clans would take inspiration from the om'riggor.[25]

Once all three blessings had been acquired, Aggra declared that the champion had successfully completed the om'gora, and that the time had come to celebrate. As the orcs feasted in the champion's honor, Aggra encouraged them to revel in the glory they had earned and to put any of the orcs who got out of line in their place, as a reminder as to why they had completed the new rite first. As she feasted with her family, she would privately remark to the champion that Eitrigg's faith was not misplaced and that the champion had made fans out of both of her children.[26]

Soon after, Aggra performed the ceremony to bring the Kosh'harg to a close.[27]


Notable appearances
Location Level range Health range
Lost Isles 10 396
Lost Isles 15 656
The Maelstrom 82 134,037
N [30-35] Deepholm, Realm of Earth 82 9,741
N [30-35] The Worldbreaker 88 17,178,400
Elemental Bonds 85 77,490
Dragon Soul 85 77,490
Valley of Trials 90 78,788,200
Nagrand (alternate universe) 100 19,570,800
Dalaran Legion 98 - 110 6,730,461


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The Lost Isles[]

Elemental Bonds[]


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Heart of Azeroth[]

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Wrath of the Lich King[]

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Main article: Elemental Unrest meetings#Phase 3, At the Throne of the Elements


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  • Speak your mind.
  • Mok'gra.
  • Go with honor.
  • May the spirits watch over you.


Main article: Deepholm, Realm of Earth#Notes
Main article: Rage of the Firelands trailer#Transcript
Main article: The Nordrassil Summit#Notes
Main article: Elemental Bonds: Doubt#Notes
Main article: Into Coaxing Tides#Notes
Main article: Elemental Bonds: Desire#Notes
Main article: Into Constant Earth#Notes
Main article: Elemental Bonds: Patience#Notes
Main article: Into Unrelenting Flame#Notes
Main article: Elemental Bonds: Fury#Notes
Main article: Elemental Bonds: The Vow#Notes

Warlords of Draenor[]

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Go'el thinks that I should have stayed back on Azeroth with our children. I have put him in his place on that matter.
My Go'el and I have been through much together. Now is not the time for us to be apart.
To be back in Nagrand after all of this time. It's a bit overwhelming for us both.
I just wish for us to both get back to our little ones once this is all over.


Main article: Target of Opportunity: Telaar#Notes
Main article: And Justice for Thrall (Horde)#Progress


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Dalaran gossip

So long as the Legion does not break our spirit, they cannot triumph.

Heart of Azeroth gossip

In the past I have guided my husband Go'el along the path of the shaman. But for his next trial, he walks alone. What of you? What is your path?

Will you be a force of nature, laying waste to our foes? A font of wisdom, discerning and fulilling the will fo the spirits? A healer, soothing the troubled and lifting up the meek? I tell you the truth, <name>:

A true shaman must be all of these things.


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Main article: Death Rising#Horde

Notes and trivia[]


This article or section includes speculation, observations or opinions possibly supported by lore or by Blizzard officials. It should not be taken as representing official lore.

The description in N Shaman [10-45] Aggra's Guidance implies that Aggra was born after Draenor's transformation into Outland. If so, this means that she is currently in her mid-twenties or younger. She would have been approximately 20 or less when she first met Thrall in The Shattering.


Fan art

Patch changes[]

  • Cataclysm Patch 4.2.0 (2011-06-28): Part of the quest in Hyjal and in quest-line "Elemental Bonds".
  • Cataclysm Patch 4.0.3a (2010-11-23): Added at the Lost Isles and at the Maelstrom.
  • Cataclysm Patch 4.0.1 (2010-10-12): Located at the Throne of Elements in Nagrand. (removed)


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