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AllianceArchmage Tervosh
Image of Archmage Tervosh
Gender Male
Race Human (Humanoid)
Level 15-30
Class Mage
Reaction Alliance Horde
Occupation Archmage
Location Theramore Isle, Dustwallow Marsh
Status Deceased

Archmage Tervosh is a human quest giver located in the Theramore Isle tower in Dustwallow Marsh. He is a close friend and advisor to Jaina Proudmoore. To relax, he likes to tend to his herb garden.[1]


Archmage Tervosh was part of the human forces in the Stonetalon Mountains during the Third War. His base was attacked by the Warsong clan led by Grommash Hellscream.[2]

Tervosh was sent by Jaina Proudmoore to tell the adventurers the location of Private Hendel. He later arrived with Jaina to capture Hendel.[3]

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Like Jaina, he is unaffiliated with the Kirin Tor, preferring to be on his own. As a result, they formed a close friendship, living in Theramore as a pair of mavericks.[1]

Tervosh represented Theramore Isle in the vote to readmit Gilneas back into the Alliance. He came to Darnassus at the behest of Lady Jaina Proudmoore, who chose to stay behind in Theramore to organize Alliance military forces. As he arrived, he spoke with Tyrande Whisperwind about Jaina and Pained. Later he was briefly seen speaking with Kurdran Wildhammer. Ultimately, he was among those that voted in favor.[4]

When Kalecgos arrived in Theramore with news that the Focusing Iris had been stolen, Tervosh introduced Kalecgos to Jaina and later he eagerly helped pore through tomes to try and figure out how the thieves had hidden it from the blue dragonflight. Tervosh and Kinndy were tasked by Jaina to inform Theramore's inhabitants about the current situation and Tervosh also went to the Doctor Gustaf VanHowzen to get his help in first aid.

He was killed during the Attack on Theramore Isle, when Garrosh Hellscream destroyed the city with a mana bomb.[1]


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Well met, <name>. We must be brief because there is much to do.

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