Image of Sironas
Gender Female
Race Man'ari eredar (Demon)
Level 1-30
Class Mage,[citation needed]  Warlock
Resource Mana
Reaction Alliance Horde
Affiliation(s) Burning Legion
Occupation Leader of the Sunhawks
Location The Vector Coil, Bloodmyst Isle
Status Killable

Sironas is a man'ari eredar who was employed by Kael'thas Sunstrider. She infiltrated the Exodar during the confusion of the battle between the blood elves and the draenei, before the vessel could transport itself away from Outland. Crashlanding on the Azuremyst Isles, Sironas rounded up some of the blood elves who had survived the wreck and retreated to what became Bloodmyst Isle.

From there, the Sunhawks began causing major problems for the budding outpost of Blood Watch, laying claim to wreckage from the Exodar for their own purposes. Sironas began using the remains of the ship's Vector Coil to create Sun Gates, dimensional rifts allowing for a steady supply of reinforcements to be shipped from Outland. Sironas allegedly could corrupt draenei into man'ari, something Matis the Cruel claimed she did to Vindicator Saruan,[1] but it turned out to be a lie.[2]

Objective of


  • Spell shadow ritualofsacrifice.png  Curse of Blood — Increases the Physical damage taken by an enemy by 1 for 20 sec.
  • Spell fire immolation.png  Immolate — Burns an enemy, then inflicts additional Fire damage every 3 sec. for 15 sec.
  • Inv gauntlets 05.png  Uppercut — Inflicts 50% weapon damage to an enemy, knocking it back.


  • Petulant children, pray to your gods for you are about to meet them!
  • "The draenei's fatal flaw is their trusting nature."[3]

Notes and trivia

  • Matis the Cruel is her herald.
  • Sironas is only killable during the quest. Otherwise she cannot be attacked and will not attack.
  • Sironas was the first female man'ari eredar character to appear.


Patch changes

  • Wrath of the Lich King Patch 3.1.0 (2009-04-14): Model updated from a female draenei to a female eredar.
  • Bc icon.gif Patch 2.0.3 (2007-01-09): Added.

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