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Talnivarr the Sleeper
Image of Talnivarr the Sleeper
Gender Male
Race Nathrezim
Affiliation(s) Champions of Draenor
Status Alive
Relative(s) Sinstralis of the Pain, Destroyer Zardikar (sparring partners)
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This article contains lore taken from Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos, Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne, the manuals, and/or official bonus maps.

Talnivarr the Sleeper was a nathrezim gladiator, along two other demons, Sinstralis of the Pain and Destroyer Zardikar. He was accompanied by a group of undead archers. The trio resided in the Outland Arena waiting for challengers. After the Third War the beastmaster Rexxar, Cairne Bloodhoof, Rokhan and Chen Stormstout came across a portal to the arena while traveling through Dustwallow Marsh. They fought Talnivarr in order to gain access to his library of intelligence tomes.[1]

Statistics at Level 15

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Carrion Swarm Sleep Trueshot Aura Rain of Chaos
Talnivarr the Sleeper' abilities in Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne.

Talnivarr the Sleeper is an extremely powerful Dreadlord

  • 3900 HP (+239% more than a regular dreadlord)
  • 1110 MP (+83% more than a regular dreadlord)
  • 278-288 hero melee damage (+ 1055% more than a regular dreadlord)
  • 12 hero armor (+100% more than a regular dreadlord)
  • Attributes
    • 76 Strength primary attribute (+81% more than a regular dreadlord)
    • 58 Agility (+132% more than a regular dreadlord)
    • 74 Intelligence (+85% more than a regular dreadlord)
  • AbilitiesWarlock
    • Carrion Swarm (multiple target damage in a line)
    • Sleep (puts target to sleep)
    • Trueshot Aura (aura that gives ranged units +X damage)
    • Rain of Chaos (Summons several infernals from the sky which are different than regular ones)

Note:Talnivarr the Sleeper is at level 15 whereas all other dreadlords' maximum level is 10.

Statistics of Talnivarr the Sleeper's Infernal

Talnivarr the Sleeper summons a different type of infernal.

  • 2000 HP (+33% more than a regular infernal)
  • 45-55 chaos melee damage (-9% less than a regular infernal)
  • 6 heavy armor (same as a regular infernal)

Trivia

  • Talnivarr is also the name of a World of Warcraft server. It is believed to have its name from this dreadlord.
  • The infernals he can summon look like abyssals.

References

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