Image of Rehze
Gender Female[1][2]
Race Orc
Location Nagrand
Status Alive

Sarrak (great-grandmother)
Ryal (grandmother)
Thrall (father)
Aggra (mother)
Durak (brother)
Durotan (grandfather)
Draka (grandmother)
Lokra & Karg Bloodfury
Ga'nar (great-uncle)
Rhakish (great-great-grandfather)
Garad (great-grandfather)
Geyah (great-grandmother)
Kelkar (great-grandfather)
Zuura (great-grandmother)
Fenris Wolfbrother (great-uncle)

Hatock, Grotan, Skal (second-cousins)

Rehze[3] is the daughter of Thrall and Aggra and the younger sister of Durak.

Aggra was pregnant with her second child during the trial of Garrosh Hellscream after the Siege of Orgrimmar.[4] Rehze had apparently been born by the time of the war in Draenor. Aggra initially stayed behind on Azeroth to care for Durak and Rehze,[5][6] but she later joined Thrall on Draenor.

Thrall's family later moved to Nagrand.[7] Aggra and the children remained there even after Thrall joined the Horde Council in Orgrimmar.[3]


  • As of Battle for Azeroth, Rehze would be 2-3 years old.
  • In N [35] Elemental Bonds: Desire, Thrall's desire to have children is represented by a vision of a boy and a girl, hinting that his second child would be female.
  • In November 2019—before the name and gender of Thrall's second child were officially confirmed—Chris Metzen privately commissioned a piece of art of Thrall's family from Alex Horley, depicting Thrall, Aggra, Durak, and Durak's sister in Nagrand.[8][9] Metzen stated that he liked to think the girl was named "Gaia", after Greatmother Geyah, but he "never officially wrote it down" during his time at Blizzard.[10] As the artwork was a personal artist commission and had no official involvement from Blizzard, it is non-canonical.
  • Rehze's name was officially revealed in the July 2020 novel Shadows Rising.[3] The book's author Madeleine Roux didn't consult Chris Metzen or ask permission from Blizzard before naming the character and instead "just went for it". Roux has stated that she dislikes fan service in the form of characters naming their children after other characters, and so she instead opted for a simple orcish name.[2]


Fan art


  1. ^ Madeleine Roux on Twitter (2020-06-24). Retrieved on 2020-07-14.
  2. ^ a b Box and Jacquilope 2020-07-03. The Kun-Lai Campfire: Shadows Rising Interview with Madeleine Roux (20:35 - 23:05). YouTube. Retrieved on 2020-07-14.
  3. ^ a b c Shadows Rising, pg. 130 (ebook)
  4. ^ War Crimes, chapter 1: Jaina had heard Go'el had become a father, and there was word that Aggra was again with child.
  5. ^ H [10-40] Return to the Pack: Thrall says: I do. I saw that my mate remained behind to care for our little ones.
  6. ^ Aggralan#Wor'var
  7. ^ Safe Haven
  8. ^ Chris Metzen on Twitter (2019-09-10). Retrieved on 2019-09-11.​ “So @kathunter and I commissioned this piece from the great Alex Horley a few months ago. @AlexHorleyArt Art imitating life, huh? :) Thanks again, Alex!!!!
  9. ^ Alex Horley on Twitter (2019-09-10). Retrieved on 2019-09-11.​ “It was a total honor to create this Art Imitating life private commission for @ChrisMetzen and @kathunter.
  10. ^ Chris Metzen on Twitter (2019-09-10). Retrieved on 2019-09-11.​ “Gaia. Different spelling, but named after Greatmother Geyah, Agra’s teacher from Garadar. However... not sure if Blizzard holds that as cannon... since I never officially wrote it down before leaving..............:)