|The subject of this article was removed from World of Warcraft in patch 4.0.3a but is present in World of Warcraft: Classic.
|Status||Unknown (presumed deceased)|
World of Warcraft
Even though her title was warden, Belamoore seemed to be taking more time studying than anything. She studied a number of renegade Forsaken, especially their leader Kegan Darkmar, whom she had a growing respect for. She was engaged in studying the mysterious Bloodstone Artifacts that the group of Forsaken carried with them. After what her journal described as a long time, she discovered that the pendant she was working on could drink blood (she discovered this by accidentally cutting herself) and that fire, water, thunder and rock were mixed with the blood within the stone. Lordamere Internment Camp didn't had the manpower or the space to allow her to continue her research, so she decided to send it by courier to Dalaran. The courier never reached Dalaran and the stone was lost with him. Warden Belamoore hoped that the artifact didn't fall into wrong hands.
Belamoore may have been killed during , as she was part of the group that was guarding Kegan Darkmar.
In the RPG
Warden Belamoore is a stern wizardess who oversees the Lordamere Internment Camp. She oversees the wizards who now use the camp to imprison Forsaken. She does not exactly hate undead, but desires to study them under controlled conditions. It is believed that perhaps she will invent something that will help defeat the Scourge.
One of a number of mobs that drop a quest item for .
- Cone of Cold - Inflicts Frost damage to enemies in a cone in front of the caster, reducing their movement speed for 8 sec.
- Fireball - Inflicts Fire damage (90-120) to an enemy.
- Polymorph - Transforms an enemy into a sheep, forcing it to wander around for up to 8 sec. While wandering, the sheep cannot attack or cast spells. Any damage will transform the target back into its normal form.
The party responsible for the theft of the fifth bloodstone artifact could have been the Forsaken or the Syndicate, which would then have outfitted its members in Arathi Highlands with amulets made from Bloodstone.
- Patch 4.0.3a (2010-11-23): Removed.