|The subject of this article was removed in patch 4.0.3a but remains in World of Warcraft: Classic.
- For its Cataclysm replacement, see Brazie Farmstead.
Aftermath of the Second War
On their way to Dalaran, the young Prince Arthas Menethil and Lady Jaina Proudmoore decided to spy on the orcs in the camp during the night. Guarded by guard patrols and two watchtowers, the pair managed to slip past them to the camp where they saw the lethargic orcs. As Jaina saw the females and infants, she felt remorse and doubts, while Arthas was adamant that the camps were necessary. Soon, they left the camp, undetected.
World of Warcraft
Four Forsaken deserters hid here, and agents of the Horde were asked to seek them out and kill them for their misdeeds. The leader of the local Dalaranian forces was Warden Belamoore. She was studying the Bloodstone Artifacts brought to her by Kegan Darkmar and his comrades.
After the Cataclysm, the structures of the internment camp were torn down and a small plot of land - the Brazie Farmstead - was built in its place, enclosed in a rail fence with an unoccupied house at its far end.
In the RPG
Located near Dalaran's ruins, Lordamere Internment Camp once served as a holding area for captured orcs. Dalaran wizards now use the camp to imprison Forsaken. Warden Belamoore is the stern wizardess who oversees the camp. She does not exactly hate undead, but desires to study them under controlled conditions. Perhaps she will invent something that will help defeat the Scourge.
- The area outside the Lordamere Internment camp is used in South Park Make Love, Not Warcraft episode.