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Azeroth (film universe)

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For the world from the main universe, see Azeroth.
No world can equal Azeroth.
Medivh answers Antonidas.


Azeroth, facing Eastern Kingdoms.

Azeroth is a world in the Warcraft film universe.

The known world of Azeroth, comprising of the human, dwarven and elven kingdoms was invaded by the orcish Horde from Draenor that led to the creation of the Alliance.

Known areas

  • Stranglethorn Vale (Stranglethorn)[2]
  • Stormwatch tower (probably Westfall)[3]
  • Stormwind
    • Elwynn Forest
      • Stormwind City
      • Northshire
      • Goldshire
        • Lion's Pride Inn
      • Tower of Azora
      • Stone Cairn Lake
      • Eastvale Logging Camp
      • Ridgepoint Tower
    • Westfall
      • Sentinel Hill
      • The Dagger Hills
    • Brightwood
    • Deadwind Pass
    • Redridge Mountains
      • Lakeshire
      • Lake Everstill
      • Three Corners
      • Stonewatch Keep
    • Blackrock Mountain(s)
      • Blackrock Valley[6]
      • Blackrock Peak[7]
      • Ruins of Thaurissan
    • The Burning Steppes
    • Black Morass
  • Swamp of Sorrows
    • Temple of Atal'Hakkar
  • Khaz Modan
    • Dun Morogh[8]
      • Ironforge
        • Royal Armory
        • Great Forge[9]
  • Stromgarde
  • Alterac
  • Kul Tiras
  • Lordaeron
  • Dalaran (otherworldly realm)[11]
    • Violet Citadel
      • Chamber of Air
  • Quel'thalas
  • The Great Sea
  • The South Seas
  • The Forbidding Sea
  • Eastern Sea


  • Humans
  • Dwarves
  • Elves / night elves
  • Gnomes
  • Trolls - speak Zandalari and Drakkari[12]
  • Murlocs
  • Gnolls
  • Gryphons
  • Horses
  • Golem
  • Orcs
  • Wolves
  • Rats
  • Ravens
  • Lions
  • Titans[13]
  • Dragons[14]


Beliefs, magic & weaponry



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 term Seven Kingdoms used by King Llane Wrynn may be a collective name for the seven human kingdoms or a name for the continent where the human, elven and dwarven kingdoms are located (equivalent of the Eastern Kingdoms).