Drywhisker

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NeutralDrywhisker
Drywhisker Gorge.jpg
Drywhisker Gorge
Main leader IconSmall Kobold.gif Geomancer Flintdagger (presumed)
Race(s) Kobold Kobold
Base of operations Drywhisker Gorge
Theater of operations Arathi Highlands

The Drywhiskers are a group of kobolds found in the Arathi Highlands.

They're allied with the mountain giants Fozruk and Thenan who trapped Myzrael deep beneath the Arathi Highlands. They have Iridescent Shards, shards like Shards of Myzrael, deep within the cave in their Drywhisker Gorge.[1]

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By the time of the Battle for Stromgarde, the Drywhisker kobolds still remained active in this region. Among them, Geomancer Flintdagger and Overseer Krix were priority targets.[2][3] Krix eventually succumbed to his opponents, and the  [Lil' Donkey] that was to be his dinner was saved and found a new home.[4]

The kobolds attacked the Horde at Drywhisker Mine right outside the Horde's new settlement Ar'gorok, and the Alliance at Galson's Lode outside Stromgarde Keep.

Members

Named

Name Role Status Location
NeutralIconSmall Kobold.gif Flintdagger Leader (presumed), Geomancer Killable Drywhisker Gorge, Arathi Highlands
NeutralIconSmall Kobold.gif Krix Overseer Killable-Deceased Drywhisker Gorge, Arathi Highlands
NeutralIconSmall Kobold.gif Feeboz Escort of Fozruk Unknown Unknown
NeutralIconSmall Kobold.gif Sleeby Escort of Fozruk Unknown Unknown
NeutralIconSmall Kobold.gif Znort Escort of Fozruk Unknown Unknown

Unnamed

Speculation

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As the kobolds came from troggs,[5][6] the Drywhisker's alliance with the mountain giants against a servant of the Old Gods may be a remnant of their origins.

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