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Druids of the Claw

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For other usages, see Druid of the Claw (disambiguation).
NeutralDruids of the Claw
Main leader  Lea Stonepaw (Val'sharah)
 Janthes Shadeleaf (Teldrassil)
Race(s) Night elfNight elf Night elf
WorgenWorgen Worgen
TaurenTauren Tauren
TrollTroll Troll
Character classes Druid
Affiliation Cenarion Circle, Alliance
Status Active

The Druids of the Claw are a clan[1] of druids charged with the protection of Val'sharah from any that would seek to disrupt the balance of nature.[2] A number of them participated in the Third War and some are found within World of Warcraft working with their people or fellow druids. They are led by Lea Stonepaw and consider Ursoc their patron.[3] While primarily associated with [Bear Form], Druids of the Claw are also seen to take [Cat Form], such as Gaivan Shadewalker in Ashenvale and the druids on the Broken Shore.


Druid of the Claw concept

In the RPG

Icon-RPG.png This section contains information from the Warcraft RPG which is considered non-canon.

A druid of the claw is class of druid. They were invaluable during the Third War. Their totem is the bear, and they use the bear's strength and resilience to ravage their enemies in close combat. Perhaps more than any other druid, Druids of the claw focus on combat prowess, preferring raw strength and staying power to stealth and subtlety.[4]

Druids of the claw take on the form of bears and wander the wilderness on a never-ending pilgrimage dedicated to the ursine Eternals. Though the destruction of the ancient Kaldorei homeland destroyed much of the land traveled by the twins, those who worship them have never given up their search for any of Ursoc's "alewells" and Ursol's carvings that may have survived to the present day.[5]


See also


  1. ^ N [100 - 110] Frenzied Furbolgs
  2. ^ N [100 - 110] Archdruid of the Vale
  3. ^ N Druid [98 - 110] Mistress of the Claw
  4. ^ Alliance Player's Guide, pg. 15
  5. ^ Shadows & Light, pg. 85