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Gender Female
Race Human
Affiliation(s) Kingdom of Stormwind
Status Deceased
Relative(s) Giles (younger brother)
Mentor(s) Stalvan Mistmantle

Tilloa was a human female and a student of Stalvan Mistmantle.


Tilloa was a daughter of a noble of Stormwind.

A man named Stalvan Mistmantle once came and talked to Tilloa's father, and was later given the job to educate his two children, Tilloa and her little brother Giles. One day, she and her family went to their summer cottage near the Eastvale Logging Camp, and they invited Stalvan to join them. Stalvan couldn't help but notice the captivating beauty of Tilloa. Stalvan found her very attractive, and even though he knew that she was going to be married away, he wanted to give it a shot.

Later, whilst Stalvan was teaching Giles, Tilloa was in the garden. After a few minutes she came in and placed a scarlet begonia in his hand. Another time, as Stalvan was teaching Tilloa, she placed her hand on his.

Later, when Tilloa entered the summer cottage with her new groom-to-be, she introduced Stalvan as "a nice old man". This, and the fact that she was going to be married away, eventually drove Stalvan to madness.

Tilloa, her family and her groom-to-be were later brutally murdered by the hands (or axe) of Stalvan.

In other sources

 [Tear of Tilloa] can also be found at Manor Mistmantle in Duskwood.


  • Her name is an anagram of Lolita, a novel by Vladimir Nabokov that shares some similar elements to the Legend of Stalvan.
  • Tilloa appears in the machinima " [The Legend of Stalvan]"; however as Blizzard themselves have not revealed any information about her appearance (other than that she was beautiful) it is unknown what she actually looks like and her character in the movie is completely fan-made.


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She may be the Forlorn Spirit appearing in the quest chain about her death.