AllianceRaven Hill
Raven Hill (Cataclysm).jpg
The resettled town of Raven Hill
Type Town
Race(s) HumanHuman Human
WorgenWorgen Worgen
Faith(s) Holy Light
Affiliation(s) Stormwind, Gilneas
Location Western Duskwood
Status Active
Travel Done Flight Master(s)
Undone.gif Mass-transit
Undone.gif Portal(s)

Raven Hill is an abandoned town located in western Duskwood, north of Addle's Stead and south of the Raven Hill Cemetery. Though once all but empty, several worgen have taken up residence here in their search for a cure to the worgen curse.

Raven Hill before Cataclysm.

Raven Hill in the comic.


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Until recently, the village held only a few living persons - Jitters, and Bliztik the goblin vendor, who could be found hiding on the top floor of one of the buildings.

It was also haunted by the Unseen.


Cataclysm This section concerns content related to Cataclysm.

Some Gilnean worgen now reside here in tents and wagons, including Oliver Harris, who is trying to catch and test solutions on mindless Nightbane worgen.


Legion This section concerns content related to Legion.

During the Burning Legion's third invasion of Azeroth, cultists of the Veiled Hand led by Felcaller Whitley took shelter in an abandoned building.

Battle for Azeroth

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During the Fourth War, Tess Greymane found Vassandra Stormclaw here seeking a cure to the worgen curse.[1]

Travel connections


Alliance Rebel Camp, Northern Stranglethorn (0:40)
Alliance Sentinel Hill, Westfall (0:42)
Alliance Darkshire, Duskwood (1:02)



WoW Icon update.png The subject of this section was removed from World of Warcraft in patch 4.0.3a but is present in Classic.


In the RPG

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This ghost town once took pride in its honor for the dead. It held a mortuary school that graduated the finest embalmers in Azeroth. Then the undead rose up and murdered most of the inhabitants. After struggling to combat what had once been their loved ones, most townspeople gave up and fled east to Darkshire. The Defias Brotherhood tried to set up camp in the town in the aftermath of the exodus, but even they could not take the constant attacks by the undead. Some citizens remained, including a master embalmer known as Abercrombie, who lived near Raven Hill cemetery until recently. A serious man, he worked both to stay alive and to stop the undead - or so he claimed. Raven Hill is possibly the origin of the massive Black Riders, huge beings that suddenly appear with hellhounds at their feet to run down frantic travelers. Some nights they skirt the perimeter of Darkshire, howling loudly.[2]


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In Warcraft: Orcs & Humans, there was a town named Sunnyglade which was situated where Raven Hill is located in World of Warcraft. They might be one and the same, as is the case with Darkshire having once been Grand Hamlet.[3]

Patch changes

  • Cataclysm Patch 4.0.3a (2010-11-23): Worgen inhabitants added as part of the questing overhaul. Bliztik appears to have gone missing in the confusion.
  • WoW Icon update.png Patch 1.4.0 (2005-04-19): There is no longer a hole in the world in Raven Hill, Duskwood.


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