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For the clan from the main universe, see Burning Blade clan.
HordeBurning Blade clan
Burning Blade banner
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Main leader Horde Unknown
  Formerly Iron Horde IconSmall OrcGray Male Blademaster Jubei'thos † (presumed)
Iron Horde IconSmall OrcGray Female Azuka Bladefury †
Iron Horde IconSmall OrcGray Male Dharl of the Thrice-Bloodied Blade †
Secondary leaders Horde Unknown
  Formerly Iron Horde IconSmall OrcBrown Female Flamebender Ka'graz †
Iron Horde IconSmall OrcGray Male Instructor Luhk †
Race(s) IconSmall Mag'har MaleIconSmall Mag'har FemaleIconSmall OrcGray MaleIconSmall OrcGray Female Mag'har orc
Character classes Blademaster, Shaman, Seer
Capital Horde Orgrimmar
  Formerly Iron Horde Hallvalor
Other major settlements Horde Hall of the Brave
  Formerly Iron Horde Bladefury's Command
Base of operations Horde Orgrimmar Embassy
  Formerly Iron Horde Archenon Siegeyard
Theater of operations Azeroth
  Formerly Nagrand, Draenor
Language(s) Orcish
Affiliation Mag'har Clans
  Formerly Iron Horde
Status Active

“The Burning Blade are an honorable clan, but they have chosen the wrong side in this conflict.”

Thrall[1]

The Burning Blade clan is an orc clan that lives in Nagrand.

History[]

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Alongside the Grom'kar, the clan invades Talador. They destroy many draenei city and villages, including Tuurem and Shattrath City. In Hallvalor, Lantresor was imprisoned by his enemies because of his origin. With the help of an adventurer, he was freed and challenged the warlord's authority in The Masters' Cavern. In the arena, the warlord's grandsons were killed. In order to avenge them, their grandfather entered the arena but was killed as well. After their defeat, Azuka Bladefury becomes the new Warlord of the Burning Blade clan within the Iron Horde. She exiles Lantresor from the clan forever.[2] At The Warlord's Council, it is decided that the clan will be keeping a close eye on the Highmaul ogres, in order to remain obedient.[3] Following the fall of Azuka Bladefury at Bladefury's Command in Talador, the leadership status of the clan is unknown, though it is presumed that Blademaster Jubei'thos is in charge of his clan due to his high position within the fel-corrupted Iron Horde.

At some point, Burning Blade orcs attacked treasure hunters at Oshu'gun to loot their crystals, possibly preparing for some dark ritual.[4]

Battle for Azeroth[]

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In time, the Burning Blade clan joined with the other Mag'har orc clans under the command of Warchief Grommash Hellscream.[5] As the Mag'har and Lightbound clashed, events on Azeroth would see to a new war between the Horde and the Alliance. In the midst of this, Eitrigg sought to travel to the alternate Draenor and call upon the debt the Mag'har owed to the Horde for liberating them from Garrosh Hellscream's meddling and the Burning Legion's corruption.[6]

As the entire Lightbound army was marching towards the Mag'har, Grommash ordered for the Mag'har to follow Geya'rah and fallback to Azeroth. Thus, when Warchief Hellscream and Lantresor of the Blade charged at the Lightbound, Eitrigg activated the shard of the Inv relics hourglass [Vision of Time] in his possession in order to return to Azeroth with his new allies.[7] After their arrival on Azeroth, Overlord Geya'rah took her place as leader of the Mag'har and pledged the loyalty of her people to Warchief Sylvanas Windrunner and the Horde.[8]

Members[]

Named[]

Name Role Status Location
IconSmall OrcGray Female Azuka Bladefury Warlord Deceased Various locations in Draenor
IconSmall OrcGray Male Dharl of the Thrice-Bloodied Blade Past Warlord Deceased Hallvalor, Nagrand
IconSmall OrcGray Male Gorn Dharl's grandson Killable Hallvalor, Nagrand
IconSmall OrcGray Male Sesk Dharl's grandson Killable Hallvalor, Nagrand
IconSmall OrcBrown Female Flamebender Ka'graz Shaman Killable Blackrock Foundry, Gorgrond
IconSmall FelOrc2 Male Blademaster Jubei'thos Hellfire High Council member Killable Hellfire Citadel
IconSmall OrcGray Male Lantresor of the Blade Exile, follower Unknown Hallvalor, Nagrand, later Frostwall or Lunarfall
IconSmall OrcGray Female Akatha Blazeburn Azuka's Guard Killable Invades Frostwall / Lunarfall
IconSmall OrcGray Male Drek the Firecaller Azuka's Guard Killable Invades Frostwall / Lunarfall
IconSmall OrcGray Male Rag'sla Thunkblade Azuka's Guard Killable Invades Frostwall / Lunarfall
IconSmall OrcBrown Male Blademaster Bralok Burning Blade leader in Talador Killable Archenon Siegeyard, Talador
IconSmall OrcGray Male Instructor Luhk Instructor in Hallvalor, Dharl's son Killable Hallvalor, Nagrand
IconSmall OrcGray Male Makogg Emberblade Grimrail Enforcer Killable Iron Docks, Gorgrond
IconSmall OrcBrown Female Yazheera the Incinerator Killable Archenon Siegeyard, Talador
IconSmall Dragonmaw Male Overseer Gotrigg Overseer Deceased Assault on the Dark Portal, Tanaan Jungle
IconSmall OrcBrown Male Gar'mak Bladetwist Overseer of the Blasted Lands, presumed member Deceased Dreadmaul Hold, Blasted Lands
IconSmall OrcGray Male Katsuo Champion Killable Ring of Blood, Nagrand
IconSmall OrcBrown Male Blademaster Ro'gor Killable The Pit, Gorgrond

Unnamed[]

Culture[]

  • Sticky, smelly, and highly flammable, blazegrease is liberally applied to the swords and axes of the Burning Blade clan before battle. Though some warriors choose to ignite their weapons before battle, most let the inevitable contact of blades and armor spark the blazegrease for unpredictable intimidation.[9]

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