Not to be confused with "Stormsong".
Image of Snowsong
Gender Female
Race Frost wolf (Beast)
Reaction Alliance Horde
Affiliation(s) Frostwolf clan, Orgrimmar, Frostwolf Orcs
Location Various
Status Alive
Relative(s) Snowfang (pup)
Companion(s) Thrall (hunting partner)

Snowsong is Thrall's frost wolf companion.


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Lord of the Clans

Among the Frostwolf clan, all of the young warriors have wolves to help them hunt and survive. The orcs, in return, share their food with the wolves, heal their injuries, and protect their cubs. It is a relationship of equals looking out for one another, rather than the master/pet relationship one might expect. While Thrall was living among the Frostwolf clan, Snowsong chose to bond with him for life.[1]

Thrall riding Snowsong in Nagrand.


When the Emerald Nightmare enveloped Azeroth, Snowsong mourned her "hunting-brother" Thrall who has been claimed by the Nightmare. It was also Snowsong who first catches the scent of the shadowy invaders assembling outside Orgrimmar's walls, simultaneously alerting the defenders that the lookouts already have fallen prey to the Nightmare.[2]

Thrall: Twilight of the Aspects

During Thrall's journey to Feralas, Snowsong accompanied Thrall. Thrall helped the local night elven druids in their troubles against the hostile elements. He then learned that his true journey has just begun. Thrall alongside the green dragon Desharin went to the Caverns of Time and Snowsong was said to be delivered to Jaina Proudmoore.[3]

War Crimes

Snowsong is revealed to be too old to ride into battle any longer, but Thrall still takes her out for spirited runs. Thrall took his son Durak on a ride to One Keg during a recess in the trial of Garrosh Hellscream.[4]

Warlords of Draenor

Warlords of Draenor This section concerns content related to Warlords of Draenor.

Snowsong with Thrall in Frostfire Ridge.

Despite her old age as revealed in War Crimes, Snowsong accompanies Thrall to the alternate Draenor thirty-five years in the past, where she serves as his mount throughout his time there.


Legion This section concerns content related to Legion.

After Thrall gives the Doomhammer to the new Farseer of the Earthen Ring, he leaves to think. Snowsong stays behind at the Heart of Azeroth with Aggra and Snowfang.


Notable appearances
Location Level range Health range
Frostfire Ridge 100 97,854
Heart of Azeroth (Class Hall) 100 2,991,320


  • In Warcraft III, Thrall's wolf was black-furred. In The Burning Crusade, Thrall travels through Nagrand on a white wolf. In Wrath of the Lich King, Thrall also rides a white wolf in The Battle For The Undercity. In Mists of Pandaria during the events of Landfall, he rode a brown wolf.[5] The different fur colors could be explained by Snowsong's fur changing over time, or by Thrall having different wolf companions.
    • In Warcraft III: Reforged, Thrall's wolf has been changed to be white like Snowsong while he is warchief. In addition, when using his Champion of the Horde skin, the wolf's fur is slightly paler than the new white wolf as well.
      • This seems to have been deliberate, as the original depiction of Thrall during the ChinaJoy convention showed him atop a black wolf as he was in the original Warcraft III.


This article or section includes speculation, observations or opinions possibly supported by lore or by Blizzard officials. It should not be taken as representing official lore.

Thrall does not ride Snowsong in Shadows Rising, instead riding a new wolf named Moonpaw. While it is possible that Snowsong has simply retired in Nagrand with Thrall's family, it may be that she has passed away from old age. Thrall's new design in Battle for Azeroth is partly comprised of white fur, which may mean he is wearing Snowsong's pelt in the same way that his father Durotan wore the pelt of his late wolf companion Stormfang.

Patch changes


  1. ^ Lord of the Clans, chapter 13
  2. ^ Stormrage, chapter 15
  3. ^ Thrall: Twilight of the Aspects, chapters 5 - 6
  4. ^ War Crimes, chapter 7
  5. ^ H [15-35] The Horde Is Family

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