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For the warlock minion, see Wrathguard (warlock minion). For the Hellfire Peninsula mob, see Wrathguard (mob).
Warbringer Arix'Amal TCG
Wrathguard Warbringer Arix'Amal in the TCG.
Faction/Affiliation Burning Legion, Council of the Black Harvest
Racial leader(s) IconSmall DarkTitan Male Sargeras
Homeworld Argus
Area(s) Azeroth, Alternate Draenor, Twisting Nether (Argus, Dreadscar Rift, Mardum, Outland)
Language(s) Eredun
Overseer Azarad

A wrathguard.

Wrath Warrior

A wrathguard variant, introduced in patch 6.2.

“I find myself thankful that I never encountered these demons during the Third War.”

Farseer Horgath[1]

The demonic wrathguard[2][3] (or wrathguards)[4] are members of the man'ari eredar species loyal to the Burning Legion. Cunning and precise, the wrathguard often protect the Legion's leaders as honor guard.[2] Their skill in battle should never be underestimated.[5] Elite[6] front-line troops,[7] they are often seen wielding two weapons with equal measure.[6] They have long tails, digitigrade legs, a double set of horns, and a formidable suit of armor.

The key to binding a wrathguard is ironically reducing the number of runic symbols used in the summoning circle. Wrathguard are highly resistant to charms and compulsions, but readily respond to basic expressions of strength.[8]


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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.

The source of the wrathguard's clawed feet, features also seen in Lost Ones, raise a number of questions. Corruption caused by fel energies may be the cause of this mutation, as seen in the Broken and Lost Ones, or it may be an intentional augmentation made to wrathguard in order to increase their mobility.



  1. ^ Wrathguard Defender (Betrayal of the Guardian)
  2. ^ a b Ultimate Visual Guide, pg. 39
  3. ^ Illidan, chapter 23
  4. ^ Inv misc book 11 [Jubeka's Journal]
  5. ^ Exodar Holographic Emitter
  6. ^ a b Matthew Deyling#Quotes
  7. ^ Jeremy Feasel on Twitter: "Wrathguards and Felguards tend to be the front-line troops of the legion, Doomguards act as commanders."
  8. ^ Inv misc book 11 [Jubeka's Journal]