Hall of the Brave
Several training dummies are located throughout the building, inside and out.
The previous barracks was a single floor building with an interior that mostly matched the Hall of Legends. It was rebuilt using the new and improved orc architecture, that was first seen in Northrend.
When Varok Saurfang and his allies surrounded the city at the end of the Fourth War, Eitrigg arrived to the hall. Soon, an adventurer came here and confronted Eitrigg. When confronted about meeting Saurfang in secret, Eitrigg openly admitted to it while remarking that he grew tired of the deceit. Believing that Sylvanas is driven by something dark, Eitrigg vowed to draw blood for her no longer. He then revealed his intention to join Saurfang's army outside of Orgrimmar and asked the loyalists to stand with him. Should the loyalists agree, then they both exit Orgrimmar together and join the revolution, however, should the loyalists refuse, Eitrigg declared that their choices have been made. Eitrigg would lose the subsequent the fight to the loyalists, taken captive, and delivered out of the Hall of Brave to Nathanos Blightcaller.
- Blademaster Ronakada <Warrior Trainer>
- Sorek <Warrior Trainer>
- Grezz Ragefist <Warrior Trainer>
- Frostwolf Ambassador Rokhstrom
- Orgrimmar Grunts
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- Mag'har takeover
- Mag'har Grunt
- Mag'har Outrider
- Mag'har Ripper
- Mag'har Blademaster
- Mag'har Warder
- Mag'har Impaler
- Mag'har Limbflayer
- Mag'har Giantslayer
- Mag'har Warrior
- Mag'har Darkcaster
- Since patch 8.0.1, Mag'har orc representatives from alternate Draenor were mistakenly added to the Hall of the Brave, Valley of Honor and Orgrimmar Embassy, replacing several Orgrimmar Grunts and Darkspear Headhunters in the building, preceding their recruitment into the Horde. When they were removed again several days later, the replaced grunts and headhunters weren't brought back.