Linnena Hallow
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Gender Female
Race Human
Affiliation(s) Scourge
Former affiliation(s) Stormwind
Occupation Necromancer
Location Southern Lordaeron (rumored)
Status Alive
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Linnena Hallow is a human necromancer of the Scourge.


Linnena studied magic from an early age, having been dumped on the doorstep of a mage's house in Stormwind as a child. Having no parents and being raised among mages, she grew to be talented and cold. Years ago, Brann Bronzebeard met her. She stopped in Khaz Modan on her way north. It was unknown at the time that she was secretly training as a necromancer, and had been in contact with Kel'Thuzad. He called her to be by his side as he sowed the undead plague through Stratholme, and she was instrumental in raising the undead to strengthen the Scourge's army.

With that done, she began training necromancers to further serve the Scourge. She had met with some resistance, as the Forsaken did what they could to stop her. The Forsaken were desperate for the powers of a necromancer, and they focused on the trainees to try to entice them to their side. However, the Scourge had so much more to offer a necromancer, and most of them served Arthas. With Linnena training them, they became as cold and calculating as she was.

Linnena's whereabouts are currently unknown, but her name is whispered enough to assure Brann Bronzebeard that she is still alive and well, and still raising the undead around Lordaeron. Brann suspected she was in southern Lordaeron, around the Hillsbrad Foothills, or sniffing around the proud city of Aerie Peak. After depleting the graveyards of their dead, Brann suspected she could be planning on slaughtering the trolls in the area and then raising them, but he feared she was hunting the green dragons that patrolled and protecting the area. The Scourge was terrifying. The Scourge accompanied by undead green dragons would be a juggernaut.[1]


  1. ^ Lands of Mystery, pg. 190