Type Camp
Leader(s) IconSmall Orc Male.gif Chawg
  Formerly IconSmall Orc Male.gif Ag'tor Bloodfist
Race(s) OrcOrc Orc
Blood elfBlood elf Blood elf
GoblinGoblin Goblin
Affiliation(s) Horde
Location Western Azshara[14, 65]
Status Active
Travel Done Flight Master(s)
Undone.gif Mass-transit
Undone.gif Portal(s)

Valormok is an orc-controlled Horde outpost in Azshara. It was originally found to the northwest, north of the Haldarr Encampment. In Cataclysm the area was moved to the southwest. The original location was fairly unprotected and bare, as the Horde had initial little interest in this hostile territory, though the new outpost was reinforced by the time of the return of Deathwing.


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Valormok, as found in Classic

Old Valormok was a small outpost found in northwestern Azshara. The warriors there experienced difficult times but were still hopeful. It was populated with many more orcs, but most were slain by the treacherous blood elf Magus Rimtori, who was sent with warriors by Belgrom Rockmaul to find riches and powerful artifacts. Instead, Rimtori ended up killing the Horde warriors and taking what she found for herself.[1] The leader of the camp, Ag'tor Bloodfist, sent adventurers out to avenge both his warriors and Rockmaul's pride. They made war upon the nearby Thalassian Base Camp, slaughtering the elves there[2] and eventually killing Magus Rimtori.[3] Jediga was also sent here by Rockmaul as a punishment, though she made the most of this by instructing adventurers to try and find ancient Highborne tablets to sell to interested parties in the area to get out of Azshara.[4]


Cataclysm This section concerns content related to Cataclysm.

At some point, Gaur Icehorn a traitor to his tribe, was caught stealing supplies from Valormok. Almost executed, Spiketooth witnessed this and bought Gaur as a gladiator.[5]

When the Cataclysm and Bilgewater Cartel goblins brought changes to Azshara, the outpost was moved[6] far to the south, built among ancient Highborne ruins. Most of Valormok's original inhabitants are gone, having returned to Orgrimmar or accompanied Ag'tor to the new rear gate of Orgrimmar, to the point the only original inhabitant is Kroum. Chawg appears to have taken command of the camp in Ag'tor's absence and makes use of their new goblin allies. The new camp hosts several barricades, a goblin bomb wagon, and a new fire pit, as well as a legion of grunts to defend it.

The Horde has plans to invade Ashenvale and the only way to gain support from Orgrimmar is to clear a path through Azshara, seeing that the only way to do this is to drive out the night elves of Talrendis Point by bombarding the towers on their wyverns and eliminate the resistance. This of course didn't go unnoticed and the night elves retaliated on Valormok.


Legion This section concerns content related to Legion.

During Legion Invasions, Valormok was defended by its residents.

After the Fourth War

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After the Fourth War, when Thrall, Baine Bloodhoof, and Calia Menethil flew from Orgrimmar to Valormok on wyverns. Once they arrived here, they changed their mounts to hippogryphs and continued to Nordrassil.[7]

Although this important staging ground has a lot of goblin explosives present, Zekhan plans to ask the Horde Council to send help, as night elf defenders from Talrendis Point challenge the Horde for control. He fears they might succeed.[8]

Travel connections


Horde Orgrimmar
Horde Thunder Bluff
Horde Bloodvenom Post
Horde Splintertree Post
Horde The Crossroads
Neutral Everlook


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In the RPG

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Camp Valormok is a small encampment with a population of 250. Is the staging point for most of the Horde forces in the area, and it consists of little more than a gathering of a few tents and crude walls. Still, it is better than the Alliance holdings, who have nothing more than a landing pad, and a couple of night elves standing around here and there.[9]


  • According to Zekhan, "Valormok" is a noble name.[10]

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