For his The Frozen Throne statistics, see Engineer Gazlowe (Warcraft III).
HordeMonte Gazlowe
Image of Monte Gazlowe
Title Trade Prince of the Bilgewater Cartel,
Gazlowe's Greasemonkeys,
Garrison Architect
Gender Male
Race Goblin (Humanoid)
Class Engineer,
WC3tFT-logo.png Sapper
Reaction Alliance Horde
Affiliation(s) Bilgewater Cartel, Horde, Horde Council, MEGA, Greasemonkeys
Former affiliation(s) Steamwheedle Cartel, Ratchet
Occupation Trade prince of the Bilgewater Cartel, Leader of the Greasemonkeys, Representative of the Bilgewater Cartel on the Horde Council
Former occupation(s) Chief Engineer and leader of Ratchet, Horde Garrison Architect, Chief Engineer of the Horde
Location Various
Status Alive
Relative(s) Charnas[1] & Morbix (cousins)
Companion(s) Lady Sena & Skaggit (assistants)

Monte Gazlowe[2] is the latest Trade Prince of the Bilgewater Cartel. Before the former Trade Prince Jastor Gallywix left the Horde, Gazlowe was the official goblin leader of Ratchet, a major neutral port in the Horde-occupied territory of the Northern Barrens. Prior to the end of the Fourth War, he held no allegiances to either Horde or Alliance, tending to prefer neutrality as the most profitable course of action. He would even actively defend this neutrality with force when needed.[3] While Gazlowe holds no special love for the Alliance, he holds no hate for them either, and regards their gold as he would anyone else's.[4] He worked as the Horde's chief engineer for a time, and he's since retained strong relations with them.[5] This is further reinforced by one of his prized possessions being a "liberated" SI:7 spy cloak.[6]

Gazlowe is four feet tall with bright green skin, bloodshot yellow eyes, a prominent chin, an impressive nose, and long pointed ears.[7] He is about forty by the time of the Cataclysm.[8] Gazlowe's favoritism towards the Horde was shown multiple times, having been the main architect for the Horde's garrison in Frostfire Ridge, as well as forming Gazlowe's Greasemonkeys to work for the Horde during the Fourth War. When approached by Thrall to lead the Bilgewater Cartel, Gazlowe finally threw his lot in with the Horde fully, becoming the cartel's new trade prince. This led to him becoming seated on the Horde Council as the goblin representative.


The Founding of Durotar

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Engineer Gazlowe in Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne.

After the Third War, Gazlowe was contracted by Thrall to be Durotar's Chief Engineer. His task was to secure a reliable source of water for the newly constructed city of Orgrimmar. Gazlowe's expedition dugs tunnels outside the city in search of underground well, where they accidentally tunneled into a den of kobolds who immediately flooded into the caves and drove the goblin miners out. Gazlowe sent the yet-unproven Rexxar into the Orgrimmar Tunnels to protect sappers that would collapse the breaches into the kobold dens. When Rexxar succeeded Gazlowe rewarded him with magical items.[9]

World of Warcraft

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Gazlowe in World of Warcraft.

Thrall paid Gazlowe and his workers well for their help in Orgrimmar's construction, so after the orc capital was completed, the goblin decided to establish the port town of Ratchet in the Barrens, at the mouth of the Southfury River.

He sent one of his employees, Rezlak, to Durotar to continue helping the orcs.[10]

Baron Revilgaz of Booty Bay once sent a bottle of  [99-Year-Old Port] to Gazlowe as a gift, but it was nabbed by the menace Mad Magglish in Ratchet after a crane accident.[11]

Gazlowe also asked adventurers to deal with the Southsea Freebooters and retrieve his stolen goods.

In the past, Gazlowe helped the goblins of Mirage Raceway to build a rig, and he continued to support their team further. He promised Pozzik a new prototype fuel regulator, but it got delayed when Baron Revilgaz had troubles with retrieving its blueprints.

Funding reconstruction and revolution

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Following the devastation in Orgrimmar caused by rogue fire elementals, Gazlowe was approached by Thrall to rebuild the city; even after lowering the price, it was still a tremendous amount, but nonetheless Thrall agreed to pay it to rebuild his shattered capital. Shortly afterward, the former Warchief departed for Outland.

Following the death of tauren leader Cairne Bloodhoof in the Orgrimmar arena and the insurrection of the Grimtotem tribe that followed, Gazlowe was approached by the shaman Stormsong, a Grimtotem defector who sided with Cairne's son Baine. Baine's plan called for massive amounts of explosives and other weapons, the technical and martial skill of mercenaries, and three zeppelins to transport troops into Thunder Bluff. Stormsong gave Gazlowe an enormous sum, borrowed from the coffers of Theramore: one large payment, and an extra, smaller payment to make it a rush job. Atypically for a goblin, Gazlowe (albeit a little reluctantly) only accepted a fistful of the extra gold as a gesture of respect to Cairne and his son and provided the armaments requested in four days.

After the Shattering, Gazlowe provided a vessel, Draka's Fury, for Thrall and Aggra's voyage to the Maelstrom, complete with provisions.[12]


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In Cataclysm, it is apparent that Gazlowe wants to remain neutral but won't stand for being robbed of profit, as he felt when Rear Admiral Hartley of the Alliance wanted to prevent the Horde from trading at the port of Ratchet. Gazlowe thus worked with the Horde adventurers to destroy Hartley's ship and cargo.

He promised Wharfmaster Dizzywig a promotion if he were to deal with the pirates on Fray Island. He also sent the adventurers to the captured Baron Longshore to find his stolen supplies.


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After the Cataclysm, he performed several salvage operations in the Shimmering Deep.

Warlords of Draenor

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Gazlowe in Frostwall.

As Thrall and Khadgar's expedition reach Frostfire Ridge, the archmage opens a portal and brings in personnel and supplies to construct a garrison. Gazlowe serves as chief architect because of his history in helping construct Orgrimmar. Gazlowe, his personals, Lady Sena, Skaggit, and peons immediately began working on the garrison in Frostwall. During early developments, he worked with the commander giving him tasks to prepare the land for construction and continued to work with him when expanding the garrison. The player can learn blueprints and construct buildings at his table. Gazlowe seems to be taking great pride in his work to the point of vanity. He also provided plans for constructing outposts across Draenor.

Upon establishing a building in Vol'jin's Pride, Gazlowe showed up to hurry his workers up.

Gazlowe accompanied the commander and the Frostwolf leaders, Durotan and Draka in Talador and fought against the Iron Horde, their machinery and supplies. He also managed to get and function a robot that was used against the enemy force stationed in Tuurem. He then accompanied the Horde to the entrance of Shattrath City to meet Khadgar. When the counter-attack started, he and Thaelin Darkanvil found an Iron Star, functioned it and the commander used it to eliminate the numbers of orcs.

Some time later, the Iron Horde renewed their machinery near Thunder Pass and Gazlowe agreed to investigate... for a sum. With the help of the adventurer, he deactivated the enemy drill but was eager to find out about who was responsible for the machinery and what else they've got in the mountains. They entered the Iron Siegeworks and started eliminating the enemies and examining the gadgets. He eventually found out that the mastermind behind the armory was captured dwarf Thaelin Darkanvil with whom he has a friendly rivalry. They found and freed the dwarf and killed a leading orc on whom the Alliance had set a bounty, thus he gained an extra profit. Afterward, he returned to Frostwall.

He is ultimately seen with the Horde leaders near the Gates of Tanaan after Warlord Azuka was killed, as Warchief Grommash challenged them to enter Tanaan.

After Gul'dan took over the Iron Horde, Gazlowe sent a team of goblins with the Frostwolf orcs and the Horde to the Iron Docks. He later provided Durotan a siege machine that destroyed the Tanaan Gate.


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During the Burning Legion's invasion, Gazlowe defended Ratchet in his own custom shredder.

Battle for Azeroth

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In Dazar'alor.

Gazlowe leads a Horde band known as Gazlowe's Greasemonkeys on Island Expeditions. The team comprised himself and his assistants from Frostwall, Lady Sena, and Skaggit. The group can also be found idling in the Port of Zandalar in Zuldazar.

After hearing rumors that Grizzek Fizzwrench was alive, Trade Prince Gallywix would hire Horde adventurers to hunt him down and ensure he was dead. Unbeknownst to Gallywix, Gazlowe would give them a higher offer to ensure that Grizzek stayed alive.[13] Thus, the adventurer started in Tanaris by repairing Feathers, following the mechanized parrot, and finding Grizzek with Sapphronetta Flivvers in Thistleshrub Valley.[14] Saffy and Grizzek promised to give Feathers to the hero in exchange for telling everyone that they had died. With that, the couple drove off on Grizzek's bike. While Gallywix was convinced, Gazlowe saw through the adventurer's lie and was happy that Grizzek still lived.[15]


Gazlowe later caught wind of Tinkmaster Overspark of Tinker Town leading an Alliance operation to the now opened vault within the Abandoned Junkheap of Tiragarde Sound. While he dismissed Overspark's belief that the vault had a connection with Mechagon Island as a fairy tale, Gazlowe was very interested in acquiring any tech within the vault.[16] To that end, he rallied a team together and secured the vault.[17] Seeing the machinery was broken, Gazlowe quickly got it back up and running, triggering a projection of King Mechagon who then attempted to purge the goblins from the vault. Though unable to save all of the crew, Gazlowe's quick thinking in using a captured gnome saved the rest from King Mechagon. Surprised by Mechagon's actual existence, he quickly voiced desires to obtain the King's tech.[18] Gazlowe immediately directed the expedition to Mechagon, as he didn't want to lose another good crew on his watch.[19]

With his crew established and having no misconception about how King Mechagon would greet them, Gazlowe had the group quietly arrive to the island on a submarine. After the group arrived in Mechagon, he told the Speaker of the Horde not to be fooled by the grass on the island. He pointed out that bots on the shoreline and the constant buzz of machinery and smog in the air revealed that Mechagon is a technological gold mine.[20]

Acknowledging that King Mechagon's cruelty ensured he would have enemies, Gazlowe and the Speaker headed off to find allies and subsequently allied with the Rustbolt Resistance led by Prince Erazmin, King Mechagon's own son.[21] At the Prince's request, Gazlowe fought against the King's forces side by side with Tinkmaster Overspark and later joined with the Prince in Rustbolt.[22][23] As a show of unity, Gazlowe vowed to keep his nose clean, while he discretely asked for Horde adventures to collect unfinished prototypes before the Alliance could get their hands on them.[24]

After King Mechagon's termination, Gazlowe remarked that the partnership with Overspark wasn't half bad and that it reminded him of how profitable working with the Alliance can be.[25]

Gazlowe joined Varok Saurfang's revolution against Sylvanas Windrunner, where he worked with Tinkmaster Overspark in creating a machine to clear the tunnel path from Razor Hill to Orgrimmar.[26] During the conflict, Saurfang challenged Sylvanas to a Mak'gora, which ended in his death and Sylvanas's abandonment of the Horde. Gazlowe attended Saurfang's funeral.[27] He admitted that he was going to miss Saurfang, and he vowed that he wouldn't let the job he started go unfinished.

When Auctioneer Ralinza refused to allow a Former Banshee Loyalist to use the Auction House in the Valley of Strength, Gazlowe stepped in and reminded Ralinza that the Horde needed to unite if it wanted to survive and that Sylvanas had conned a lot of folks into following her.[28]

Visions of N'Zoth

Gazlowe on the Horde Council.

Gazlowe was among those to attend the private auction for the X-52 Personnel Armor.[29] After Gallywix takes Hobart Grapplehammer hostage to get the armor for himself, Gazlowe joins the battle against Gallywix.[30] After Hobart is freed and Gallywix beaten, the armor falls into the possession of Gallywix's old rival.[31]

In the aftermath of N'Zoth's death and the end of the Fourth War, Gazlowe and the other Horde leaders received the terms for an armistice from the Grand Alliance, putting the Fourth War on hold indefinitely, if not permanently. With that matter settled, Lor'themar Theron addressed the absence of a Warchief. Despite support for Thrall to take the mantle on again, he refused, citing that he had promised Varok Saurfang he would not take on the role once more. Instead, he brought up the idea of the Warchief being necessary, instead bringing in the belief that a change was needed for the Horde's leadership. With this, the Horde Council was created. In light of Gallywix fleeing Orgrimmar with the rest of Sylvanas's inner circle, Thrall turned to Gazlowe to take over as the leader of the Bilgewater Cartel. Remarking that "under new management" was just another way of saying that "opportunity's knockin", Gazlowe agreed to Thrall's request, thus becoming the Trade Prince of the Bilgewater Cartel and their representative on the council. In the face of Thrall's concerns that Gallywix could still be funding members of the Cartel, Gazlowe simply promised to pay them more than the cheapskate.[32]

With his ascension to Trade Prince of the Bilgewater Cartel, Gazlowe couldn't help but comment that the Horde itself was about to go through a "management restructuring." Though the goblin promised that there wouldn't be any complaints from him as long as the checks didn't bounce.

Shadows Rising

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When a Horde Council meeting is derailed by a failed assassination attempt on Talanji, the Zandalari queen and a key ally, Gazlowe and the rest of the Horde leaders are forced into action. They empower the young troll shaman Zekhan, still grieving the loss of Varok Saurfang, with a critical mission to aid Talanji and help uncover the rising threat against her. After Zekhan sent word that another assassination attempt was made by a war party, Gazlowe provided Rokhan with a flying machine that the troll used to bring him to Dazar'alor.

Upon learning that the Alliance was aware of the unrest in Zandalar, their belief that Talanji was working with Sylvanas, and that they had requested to speak with the council, another meeting was held. Gazlowe felt that Thrall should just tell the humans to stay off their lands and stated that if they wanted Mathias Shaw freed by the Zandalari Empire then the Alliance should give the Horde something first. After his fellow council numbers voiced support for a meeting, Gazlowe decided to vote in favor hoping that it could lead to the capture of Sylvanas. His hope being that if Sylvanas was captured, then they could focus on Horde problems. Thus, a unanimous vote was reached for Thrall and Ji Firepaw to meet Jaina Proudmoore and Anduin Wrynn.

When the Horde rallied to aid the Zandalari against the Widow's Bite and the Banshee loyalists, Gazlowe gave Thrall goblin seeker bots and joined Lor'themar to sail to the Necropolis in Nazmir to prevent any possibility of retreat by sea.[33]

After the Horde Council decided to send Rexxar and Zekhan to look over the Horde holdings within Kalimdor, in order to assess the needs and statuses of the people, how the wounds from the Fourth War were healing, and where there were still aches within the Horde, Monte wrote a letter to Krendle Bigpockets and had Zekhan deliver it, as part of his search for lost funds from the era of Gallywix. He also warned them to avoid the Venture Company in Mulgore.[34]


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Gazlowe was among the Horde leaders to convene with the leaders of the Alliance and Bolvar Fordragon at the Frozen Throne within Icecrown Citadel. While desiring to rescue his friends Gazlowe knew that he couldn't risk the stability of the Horde and send their fellow leaders on what might well be a suicide mission. In light of Tyrande Whisperwind's hostility when Lor'themar Theron encouraged the Alliance to do the same, he prepared himself for battle but stood down when Bolvar called for it.[35] He then witnessed the ritual to open the doorway to the Maw and watched as champions of Azeroth, the Knights of the Ebon Blade, and even Tyrande Whisperwind enter to rescue their comrades and seek out Sylvanas.[36] Gazlowe subsequently departed from Icecrown.


Location Level range Reaction Notes
Ratchet, Northern Barrens[68.4, 69] 5-30 Alliance Horde
Frostwall 10-40 Horde
Various, Talador 20-40 Alliance Horde
Thunder Pass & Iron Siegeworks, Frostfire Ridge 40 Horde As part of the Grinding Gears chapter of the Garrison Campaign.
Dazar'alor 10-50 Alliance Horde Present always in the Port of Zandalar and briefly at the Great Seal during the Mechagon introduction storyline.
Island Expeditions 50 Alliance
Abandoned Junkheap & Forgotten Vault, Tiragarde Sound 50 Horde As part of the Mechagon introduction storyline.
Rustbolt, Mechagon Island 50 Alliance Horde
Operation: Mechagon 50 Alliance Horde
Razor Hill, Durotar 50 Alliance Horde As part of the final chapter of the War Campaign.
Orgrimmar 50 Horde As part of the War Campaign epilogue.
Motherlode 60 Horde As part of the Heritage of Kezan questline.
Frozen Throne, Icecrown Citadel ?? Alliance Horde As part of the Shadowlands intro experience.


  • Spell fire selfdestruct.png  Bomb — Bombs all enemies in a selected area, inflicting Fire damage.


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Mechagon island
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Frostfire Ridge
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Garrison Campaign
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Since Cataclysm, he gives all-new quests, unique to either faction:

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Objective of


Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne

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Engineer Gazlowe in Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne.

Ah, new guy, huh? I'm Gazlowe, chief engineer around these parts. But enough about me. We got work to do, buddy![9]
You see, me and my boys have been dredging out tunnels beneath the city, looking for underground wells. Problem is, we dug straight into a den of kobolds. Now those rat-freaks are running willy-nilly all over our tunnels![9]
I need you to hook up with my boys and seal those kobolds back in their hole. Yeah, just find the tunnel entrance outside of town, and my boys will set you straight.[9]
Engineer Gazlowe: Hey, come on, pal! Not paying you by the hour![9]
Rexxar: Not paying me at all, little goblin.[9]
So they blew themselves up, you say? Now that's occupational commitment! Anyway, ya done good, kid. Take these items, it's the least I can do to repay ya.[9]

World of Warcraft

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  • Rezlak. There's one thing you need to know in life, and that's if you want something done well, do it yourself.[37]
  • You can get anything done for a price.[37]
  • Don't be afraid to take that big step.[37]
Thrall paid me and my boys well for helping out with the construction of Orgrimmar, so I decided to set up a port here. We do most of our business through Booty Bay and Baron Revilgaz.
Oh no, you didn't!
  • Welcome to Ratchet! I hope you're looking for work!
  • Hey there, just passin' through?
  • Keep it quick, kid! I ain't got all day!
  • I sure could use your help, kid!

Warlords of Draenor

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Main article: At Your Command (Horde)#Notes


We're ready for construction! I learned a few new techniques when building Orgrimmar.


  • Hey, commander!
  • Watcha need?
  • Work crew standing by!
  • I'm all yours, commander!
  • So, what's next commander?
  • I'm on it!
  • Right away!
  • Yeah, yeah, yeah. I'll take care of it.
  • Huh, I love it!
  • Precision goblin engineering!

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Main article: Whatever Happened to Grizzek Fizzwrench?#Notes
Main article: Rumors of Mechagon#Notes
Main article: The Legend of Mechagon (Horde)#Notes
Main article: A Quick Ear Hustle#Notes
Main article: This is Our Vault Now#Notes
Main article: Let's Get It Started (Horde)#Notes
Main article: You Must be This Height (Horde)#Notes
Main article: Machinations for Mechagon#Notes
Main article: Only the Best Will Do#Notes
Main article: To Mechagon!#Notes
Main article: Prospectus Bay (quest)#Notes
Main article: We Come in Peace... and Profit#Notes
Main article: This Ain't Mine (Horde)#Notes
Operation - Mechagon
Main article: Operation: Mechagon#Quotes



Prince Erazmin's got potential. Smart. Knows his people and leans on their strengths, shores up their weaknesses. Knows that the group's success is his success.

<Gazlowe makes a rude gesture over to Tinkmaster Overspark.>

You Alliance grubs could learn a thing or two about him.


Prince Erazmin's got potential. Smart. Knows his people and leans on their strengths, shores up their weaknesses. Knows that the group's success is his success.

Still needs us, of course. And I don't mind not gettin' paid as long he don't mind us loading up our submarine with tech we find out here.

We're gonna get rich off this stuff.

Operation: Mechagon

Hey, <name>!

<Gazlowe's eyes look to either side as he motions you closer.>

I think we can make a deal here.



Post-War Campaign

Saurfang's funeral
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Auction house
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Orgrimmar Embassy

Looks like the Horde is about to go through a "management restructuring", so to speak. You won't hear any complaints from me... so long as checks don't bounce!

In the RPG

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In his younger days, Gazlowe was a thief, like many goblins. Through adventuring, he gradually managed to make enough money to begin legitimate business, and proved to excel at it.[38]

Now, at the age of 40, Gazlowe resides in Ratchet as the manager of the port's trading operations. He runs one of the largest and most successful port towns in Kalimdor — if not the entire globe. While Gazlowe's city operates under the watchful eyes of the trade princes, he has considerable free reign, and proves effective because of it. A well-respected member of the goblin community, he also has a good heart, and is willing to help someone for little in return on occasion — but he wouldn't mind payback later, of course. He ships and receives to and from Booty Bay and Undermine. This goblin's smile looks almost friendly, but for his sharp teeth.[38]

Warcraft Adventures: Lord of the Clans

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In the canceled Warcraft Adventures, Gazlowe was a pilot and engineer who built his own zeppelin during the Second War and flew it in over ten missions. The young Thrall helped him foil the "ground-breaking" engineering plans of a group of nearby gnomish inventors that Gazlowe wanted to stop. In thanks, Gazlowe helped him travel around the Eastern Kingdoms in his zeppelin.

The machinery of this zeppelin contained a samophlange.

In Hearthstone

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Gazlowe appears as a legendary card in the Goblins vs Gnomes expansion for Hearthstone. His flavor text reads: "Gazlowe was voted "Most Likely to Explode" in high school."

In Heroes of the Storm

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Gazlowe appears as a playable character in Heroes of the Storm.

The powered armor used by him in the game greatly resembles the Tinker hero unit from Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne and the artwork for the epic tinker in the non-canon Warcraft RPG. His Chief Engineer skin incorporates elements from Gallywix's unused shredder concept art.

Notes and trivia


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See also


  1. ^ Traveler: The Spiral Path, pg. 419
  2. ^ World of Warcraft: Exploring Azeroth: Kalimdor, pg. 16
  3. ^ H [5-30] Love it or Limpet. Gazlowe, referring to the Alliance warship The Bellipotent: "I can't be held responsible if some enterprising Horde <class> were to attach a limpet mine to that part of the hull. Not even if I supplied the mine. And paid <him/her>. Handsomely."
  4. ^ A [15-30] Flight to Theramore
  5. ^ H [1-30] Winds in the Desert. Rezlak: "I'm Rezlak, one of Gazlowe's boys. Boss sent me to help the orcs here in Durotar."
  6. ^ Traveler: The Spiral Path, pg. 267
  7. ^ Traveler: The Spiral Path, pg. 238
  8. ^ Traveler: The Spiral Path, chapter 25
  9. ^ a b c d e f g Quest: Seal the Tunnel, Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne. Blizzard Entertainment. Orgrimmar Tunnels, Durotar. Gazlowe.
  10. ^ H [1-30] Winds in the Desert
  11. ^ N [18D] Trouble at the Docks
  12. ^ The Shattering: Prelude to Cataclysm
  13. ^ H [50] Whatever Happened to Grizzek Fizzwrench?
  14. ^ N [50] Return to the Nest
  15. ^ H [50] He's Dead, Jastor
  16. ^ H [50] The Legend of Mechagon
  17. ^ H [50] This is Our Vault Now
  18. ^ H [50] You Must be This Height
  19. ^ H [50] Machinations for Mechagon
  20. ^ H [50] To Mechagon!
  21. ^ H [50] We Come in Peace... and Profit
  22. ^ N [50] The Resistance Needs YOU!
  23. ^ N [50] Welcome to the Resistance
  24. ^ H [50 Daily] Prototypes for Profit
  25. ^ King Mechagon (tactics)
  26. ^ H [50] This Ain't Mine
  27. ^ B [50] Old Soldier
  28. ^ Battle at the Gates of Orgrimmar#Auction house
  29. ^ H IconSmall Goblin Male.gifIconSmall Goblin Female.gif [50] The VIP List
  30. ^ H IconSmall Goblin Male.gifIconSmall Goblin Female.gif [50] Beat The Crapopolis Outta Him!
  31. ^ H IconSmall Goblin Male.gifIconSmall Goblin Female.gif [50] A Fitting Reward
  32. ^ H [50] Warchief of the Horde
  33. ^ Shadows Rising
  34. ^ Exploring Azeroth: Kalimdor, pg. 16, 89, 91
  35. ^ A Chilling Summons
  36. ^ N [50] Through the Shattered Sky
  37. ^ a b c H [1-30] Securing the Lines
  38. ^ a b Kiley, Ellen P.. Lands of Mystery, 30. ISBN 9781588467843. 
  39. ^ H [50] We Come in Peace... and Profit
  40. ^ H [5-30] Find Baron Longshore
  41. ^ Traveler: The Spiral Path
  42. ^ Traveler: The Spiral Path, pg. 236
  43. ^ H [10-40] What We Need
  44. ^
  45. ^ Project Blue Book#Quotes

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Trade Prince Gallywix
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