|Звание||<Правящий лорд Кель'Таласа>|
|Раса||Эльф крови (Гуманоид)|
|Класс персонажа||Следопыт (All), Паладин(TCG)|
|Фракция||Орда, Кель'Талас, ранее Альянс|
|Деятельность||Правящий лорд Кель'Таласа|
|Зона||Sunfury Spire, Луносвет|
Лор'темар Терон – правящий лорд Кель'Таласа, ставший лидером эльфов крови Азерота в отсутствие Принца Кель'таса Солнечного Скитальца. После предательства Кель'таса и его смерти Лор'темар стал единым и полноценным лидером своего народа. Когда-то Лор'темар был вторым в командовании следопытов после Сильваны Ветрокрылой и после вторжения Плети принял временное лидерство над высшими эльфами, которое впоследствии и привело к его становлению правящим лордом после возвращения принца.
Лор'темару, выжившему после жестокого нападения нежити, было поручено управление королевством эльфов, когда принц Кель'тас отправился в Запределье. Вскоре силу воли Терона ожидала проверка, когда принц, наполненный демонической энергией, вернулся и попытался использовать Солнечный Колодец для своих гнусных целей. Кель'тас был убит за своё предательство на Террасе Магистров, и Лор'темару пришлось самому направлять судьбу эльфов крови. С возрождением Солнечного Колодца Кель'Талас ждет светлое будущее.
Правящий лорд, который видел самые мрачные дни королевства, теперь ведёт свой народ к новому будущему. Лор'темар, наблюдая за растущей паранойей Гарроша Адского Крика и его бесчестными поступками, примкнул к растущему движению, которое собиралось свергнуть вождя Орды. После Осады Оргриммара и падения Гарроша Терон заявил о своей лояльности к Вол'джину, который стал новым вождем.
- 1 Описание с официального сайта
- 2 Биография
- 2.1 Вторая Война
- 2.2 Третья Война
- 2.3 Солнечный Колодец
- 2.4 Восстановление Кель'Таласа
- 2.5 Burning Crusade
- 2.6 In the Shadow of the Sun
- 2.7 Wrath of the Lich King
- 2.8 Cataclysm
- 2.9 Tides of War
- 2.10 Mists of Pandaria
- 3 Locations
- 4 World of Warcraft
- 5 Ranger-General
- 6 Appearance
- 7 Quotes
- 8 Personality
- 9 Trivia
- 10 Speculation
- 11 Медиа
- 12 Изменения в обновлениях
- 13 Заметки
- 14 Внешние ссылки
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После свержения принца Кель'таса хитроумный Лор'темар Терон стал оплотом раздробленного народа — эльфов крови — и возглавил их на пути к возрождению.
Под предводительством Сильваны Ветрокрылой следопыт Лор'темар Терон отважно защищал земли высших эльфов во множестве битв. Он вел своих товарищей в бой во время вторжения Орды в Азерот, участвовал в территориальных конфликтах с аманийскими троллями и сражался против армий нежити Плети. Когда Сильвана пала в бою и прислужники Артаса сломили сопротивление высших эльфов, Лор'темар изо всех сил старался помочь выжившим и восстановить хотя бы толику славы своего народа. Высшие эльфы решили не сдаваться и окрестили себя эльфами крови в честь павших собратьев. Лор'темар принял обязанности правящего лорда и действовал от имени принца Кель'таса Солнечного Скитальца, властителя эльфов крови, но вскоре выяснилось, что последний состоит в связи с демонами. Когда Кель'тас был свергнут, Лор'темар фактически стал правителем эльфов крови, и многие теперь сомневаются, нужен ли им принц.
Когда отряды Орды обнаружили Пандарию, Лор'темару и его эльфам крови предложили принять участие в завоевании нового континента, но подлые действия Гарроша Адского Крика заставили его пересмотреть свою позицию. Лорд-правитель начал переговоры с королем Варианом Ринном в надежде вновь перейти на сторону Альянса, но Гаррош помешал заключению договора, организовав кражу в Дарнасе, в которой обвинили эльфов крови. Смирившись с неизбежностью гражданской войны, Лор’темар ожидает подходящего момента, чтобы восстать против Гарроша и вернуть своему народу утраченную славу.
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Once a Farstrider lieutenant, Lor'themar Theron frequently clashed with the Amani trolls of Zul'Aman. On one such outing, his three-man-party was ambushed and attacked by Amani raiders, and Theron was brought into a sacrificial chamber. Here, he met the elves Liadrin, Dar'Khan and Galell, and the four attempted to free themselves before the torture began. The Amani chieftain Zul'jin himself confronted them, and planned to interrogate them over the elven runestones scattered around the land. After a struggle, Lor'themar freed himself from his bonds, and fought off the trolls long enough for a replenished Dar'Khan to warp the group to safety.
Lor'themar rose steadily through the Farstriders' ranks over the years. He was made a ranger captain before the Second War.
Во времена Второй войны Лор'темар был вторым в командовании следопытами после Сильваны Ветрокрылой, которая считалась Предводителем Следопытов Луносвета. Терон участвовал в сражениях, призванных защитить Кель'Талас от вторжения Орды, а позже вместе вместе с Туралионом и Аллерией Ветрокрылой отправился на юг, чтобы одержать окончательную победу над угрозой, исходящей от орков.
Lor'themar noted that he and his rangers had managed to escape the inferno wrought on by the rampant red dragons, though that they cannot breach the flames to save their people just yet. He and Turalyon quickly came to view each other as equals, and Lor'themar was able to convince Alleria that retreat was the only option. Lor'themar then accompanied Khadgar, Turalyon, Alleria, and Kurdran to Capital City. The capital was under siege by Orgrim Doomhammer, though Doomhammer quickly abandoned this battle upon learning of great treachery at the hands of his chief warlock, Gul'dan.
Quel'Thalas had been protected by the mighty power of the Sunwell, which had warded off the red dragon onslaught. Despite this, King Anasterian abandoned the Alliance of Lordaeron following the second war, citing poor leadership on the humans' end that led to unnecessary violence in the elven homeland. Lor'themar, and the high elven nation itself, thus went back into seclusion from the younger races.
Много лет спустя принц Артас, предавший свой народ и обратившийся к Плети, разорил свою родину и направил войска нежити к землям высших эльфов. Отряды следопытов раз за разом пытались противостоять Плети, но нежить продолжала оттеснять их всё ближе и ближе к столице. На подходе к Луносвета Артас убил Сильвану Ветрокрылую и обратил её в банши. Столица была разрушена и разграблена, король Анастериан и Совет Луносвета были также убиты. Лор'темар принял на себя командование высшими эльфами и остался в Кель'Таласе вместе с немногими выжившими, чтобы уничтожить остатки нежити на землях своего народа.
Вскоре из Даларана вернулся принц Кель'тас и провозгласил, что теперь высшие эльфы будут называть себя эльфами крови или Син'дорай в честь своих павших собратьев. Лор'темар был назначен правящим лордом Кель'Таласа и получил приказ охранять земли королевства и искать способ исцелить эльфов крови, пока Кель'тас вместе с небольшой группой воинов присоединился к сопротивлению Альяса в борьбе с Плетью, во главе которого стоял Лорд Гаритос. Лор'темару оказывал поддержку Халдарон Светлое Крыло, его старый друг и новый командир следопытов.
После Третьей войны предатель Дар'Кхан Дратир преследовал Анвину Тиг до самых земель Кель'Таласа. Лор'темар и Халдарон, объединившись со следопытами и синими драконами, смогли защитить девочку и отбросить Плеть. Пока правящий лорд и предводитель Странников сражались с нежитью, их соратники смогли обнаружить истинную природу Анвины: она являлась искусственным созданием, в котором нашла укрытие энергия Солнечного Колодца. Анвина, осознав это, направила свою силу на Дар'Кхана и его прислужников и смогла уничтожить их. Девочка решила остаться у Солнечного Колодца, чтобы помочь восстановить его, а Лор'темар и Халдарон поклялись помогать ей и сохранить её существование в тайне. Вскоре от принца Кель'таса прибыл посол – Верховный Магистр Роммат, который сообщил, что правящий лорд должен подготовить эльфов крови к скорому раю в Запределье, который был обещан принцем.
Лор'темар был одним из немногих эльфов крови, знавших о том, чем является Анвина, и не знал, как она сможет повлиять на будущее эльфов крови. Он понимал, как сильно его народ нуждается в источнике магической энергии, а Анвина могла бы стать альтернативой планам Кель'таса в Запределье. Тогда Лор'темару ещё не было известно, что принц и его самые преданные сторонники уже встали на сторону Пылающего Легиона.
After Kael'thas' abandonment of the New Alliance, Kael'thas had traveled to Outland to claim a new home for his people, taking 15% of the sin'dorei with him. Kael'thas, however, had not forgotten his people on Azeroth: Grand Magister Rommath and a number of magisters were sent back to Quel'Thalas, arriving with orders from the blood elven scion - Lor'themar was to protect Quel'Thalas in Kael'thas' stead, and prepare their people to join the prince in the promised haven of Outland. Rommath also brought word of a new method to sate magical addiction, and to become more formidable as a result, smoothly attributing it to being one of Kael'thas' teachings. This process was the harvesting of arcane magic, including the mana-bearing creatures maddened since the Sunwell's destruction. The elves of Quel'Thalas generally took well to this efficient method, though a minority did not.
As the highest figure of authority in Quel'Thalas, ruling conjointly with his scion in Outland, Lor'themar was forced to exile several of his former comrades who refused to accept Rommath's teachings, reasoning that he could not lead a nation divided. This decision would come to weigh him down deeply, during the tribulations to come.
The Scourge threats that Lor'themar and his rangers had once had harsh troubles with proved little match for Rommath and the magisters, who quickly went about reclaiming and rebuilding Silvermoon City "almost overnight." Ruling as the Regent Lord of Quel'Thalas, Lor'themar presided over the much-restored city of Silvermoon. Lor'themar was assisted in this daunting task by his two primary advisors: his good friend Halduron and the prince's most loyal advocate, Rommath.
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Leading the blood elves conjointly with Prince Kael'thas, Lor'themar watches over Quel'Thalas as its Regent Lord. However, now without support from the Alliance and with the lingering threat of the Scourge, Lor'themar looked to finding allies. This initially came to pass in several forms - an ambassador from the Alliance seemed eager to rebuild the broken bridges between Quel'Thalas and the Alliance, though this was a facade; Anvilward and several Sentinel Spies were both spying on and sabotaging the blood elves' arcane sanctums, a turn of events that ended with Anvilward's execution.
The blood elves were offered support from an unlikely source - the Forsaken, under the former ranger-general Sylvanas Windrunner. Though initially skeptical of a trick, the blood elves allowed the Forsaken to assist them in terms of manpower in the Ghostlands. Through the Forsaken, Lor'themar began to forge an alliance with the faction his unlikely allies were now a part of - the Horde.
Though thought destroyed, Dar'Khan Drathir managed to survive the fury of Anveena and again he had intentions to steal the power of the Sunwell. Magister Kaendris sent troops to defeat Dar'Khan, and sent the great traitor's head to Lor'themar. Pleased with this turn of events, and confident that a major Scourge defeat in the Ghostlands would prove the sin'dorei's power to their critics, Lor'themar sent a letter to Thrall in which he requested an equal seat with the rest of the Horde. With the strong support of Silvermoon's former ranger-general, Sylvanas Windrunner, and revealing to the Warchief that Silvermoon's Grand Magister had received word back from Outland - and what is hinted to be in regards to a clan of uncorrupted orcs, Thrall officially accepts the sin'dorei into the Horde.
Later, Kael'thas returned to Quel'Thalas in a bid to summon his new master Kil'jaeden via the Sunwell. He attacked Silvermoon City with his felblood elves, and kidnapped the Blood Knights' source of power - the naaru M'uru, whom Kael'thas had subdued in Tempest Keep and sent back prior. Lor'themar told his people that they would endure despite the betrayal of Kael'thas, and that like Arthas before him, Kael'thas would not crush the spirit of the sin'dorei. Following Kael'thas' defeat in the Magisters' Terrace and the banishment of Kil'jaeden, the Sunwell was restored with M'uru's final spark.
Lor'themar personally gazed upon the restored Sunwell after its revitalization, and despite being shocked to the core, could not help but "feel nothing" in the face of the sole leadership role that now lay ahead for him; his scion branded a traitor and his people turning to him for answers in Kael'thas' stead.
It appears that the sin'dorei have generally accepted Lor'themar's rule in the absence of surviving royalty, and the blood elven sentries that had once announced that Kael'thas would lead them to power and glory now speak of Lor'themar fulfilling this role.
With the death of Prince Kael'thas, and no surviving members of the Sunstrider dynasty to claim the elven crown, the future of Quel'Thalas has thus become Regent Lord Lor'themar's to guide.
In the Shadow of the Sun
Lor'themar, still with the fresh scars of Kaelthas' betrayal and the civil war that ran concurrent, has become the sole leader of the blood elven people. Despite his status, and despite Rommath and even Halduron's support in taking on a more prestigious role and attire, Lor'themar retains the belief that he is the regent lord - not the king - citing Anasterian's status as the last king of Quel'Thalas as reason enough not to stake that claim.
After receiving numerous letters from Archmage Aethas Sunreaver, all of which Lor’themar had chosen to ignore, Aethas announces that he will be visiting Silvermoon City. After a brief encounter with Halduron regarding the contents of this visit, the ranger-general likens Lor'themar's professional attitude towards such political matters to that of a king's. Halduron goes as far as to offer Lor'themar the Silvermoon City Tabard to better look the part, though Lor'themar writes the notion off as unnecessary. Halduron reminds him that his role as a Farstrider is long behind him now, and that their head of state must look the part. After observing his stoic Grand Magister, Lor’themar reflects that for all the thorn Rommath had been in his side, he can feel nothing but sympathy for the shattered man after Kael'thas' great betrayal. Lor'themar personally greets the newly-arrived Archmage, impressed with his ambition and rank for such a young elf, and decides to hear out his plea.
Aethas reveals that Malygos the Spellweaver has resolved the destroy all mortal spell-casters, and requests the aid of his people in dealing with the threat the crazed aspect poses, on behalf of the Kirin Tor. Though Lor'themar remains neutral in the matter, Rommath immediately denies the request, citing the Kirin Tor's refusal to assist the sin'dorei as they faced execution in the dungeons of Dalaran. Aethas persists, though Rommath assures him that none of his magisters will assist the Kirin Tor this task. He coldly notes that only the regent lord can overrule the Grand Magister's judgment.
Lor'themar asserts his authority on the matter, and silences their bickering. He mentions that he has business in the south, extends his hospitality to the Archmage, and retires to his quarters. After conferring with Halduron, he concludes that perhaps aid would be acceptable if Aethas is given a boundary to work within - reporting back to Quel'Thalas directly, though not representing it officially. Halduron takes amusement in the thought, and likens his words to that of a king's once more.
Days later, atop his hawkstrider, Lor'themar and several Farstrider honor guards begin the journey south. Halduron expresses disdain for Lor'themar's decision to partake in the journey, though Lor'themar continues on. As he travels through the Ghostlands, Lor'themar's ranger roots cannot help but force repulsion upon him as he observes the fate that befell southern Quel'Thalas -- the fate that would befall more of it were it not for the tireless efforts of those who had perished to protect it.
Lor’themar arrives at his destination, the Quel'Lithien Lodge that he and his fellow Farstriders had many a time visited as heroes of their people. He is greeted by the cold response of the quel'dorei rangers present, and after a harsh exchange with them, he throws down his weapons. Lor'themar requests an audience with a former comrade - one Ranger Lord Hawkspear, and Aurora Skycaller. It is granted, and Lor'themar comes face-to-face with the embittered Hawkspear and Skycaller. Lor'themar reveals that a number of the Sunfury had returned to Quel'Thalas, and Hawkspear asks as to whether the return of the prince's forces means Lor’themar is here to apologize on behalf of Kael'thas. Lor'themar says that would likely be so, if the prince was still alive. As a shocked Hawkspear hears the tale, Lor'themar painfully tells the story of the fate that befell their scion, and Aurora concludes that the Sunwell has thus been returned to its people.
Hawkspear inquires about who will take the crown of Quel'Thalas, and Lor'themar—referencing Prince Kael'thas' royal decree that King Anasterian would be the last king of Quel'Thalas—states that there are none alive with any right to it. Having informed them of this turn of events, Lor’themar mentions that now the Ghostlands have become far more secure with the Sunfury's input, he could offer the battered quel'dorei aid and supplies. Despite Lor’themar's good intentions, however, Hawkspear is furious at the notion. He reveals that Lor'themar had banished those few who opposed Rommath's radical teachings from their home rather than lead a nation divided, and that they have been forced to scrape a living within the harsh plaguelands rather than their homes. In addition, he mentions that Horde agents on behalf of one Nathanos Blightcaller had attacked the lodge, ransacking their documents for a registry and killing several rangers in the process. Hawkspear states that these Forsaken were Lor'themar's allies, and that by rights he should kill Lor'themar in retaliation, and send his head to Sylvanas.
Lor'themar attempts to mend their bridges, assuring them that he was entirely unaware, though it is to no avail. Hawkspear cannot bring himself to order his death; instead, he outright demands that Lor'themar begone from the lodge, and that any "aid" he dares send to Quel'Lithien will be returned to him wrapped around its bearers' hearts. The regent lord immediately leaves with his Farstriders, and finds himself wounded far deeper than he had expected. Reflecting on Hawkspear's words, he makes the journey back to Silvermoon in the chilling snowfall. One of his Farstriders suggests he don his cloak, though Lor'themar can only lament that he could not possibly feel any colder.
Upon his return, Aethas inquires about how his journey was conducted - specifically, if as a ranger he could find some common ground with one who opposes the blood elves being allowed entry to Dalaran - another ranger named Vereesa Windrunner. After Rommath and Halduron conclude that the journey was a failure, Aethas deduces that such a thing is thus unlikely, and Lor'themar informs him that his deduction is correct. Later, Lor'themar reitirates the tale to Halduron, and reasons that he had no choice but to banish them; that he could not possibly afford to lead a nation violently divided at that point. They speak of Nathanos, and Lor'themar cannot bring himself to believe that their former comrade could have turned on the quel'dorei so. However, Halduron encourages the embittered regent lord, and reasons that while trusting the Forsaken was a risk, no one else would fight for Quel'Thalas.
Later, Lor'themar begins to consider how to deal with Aethas' request. He is interrupted by a courier, who states that an individual of importance is here to see him. Lor’themar notes that he is unavailable, though the courier informs him that the Banshee Queen will not wait. Lor’themar quickly ventures into Sunfury Spire to meet with the Dark Lady; Halduron and Rommath flanking him. He stares upon Sylvanas with a listless interest; the wounds of the Scourge invasion coming back to him after looking upon her face. Sylvanas informs him that the Horde has declared war on the Lich King, and insists that as fellow members of the Horde, the sin’dorei dedicate troops. Lor’themar is apprehensive, citing that he had only just overcome the civil war at Quel'Danas. Sylvanas reasons that if the sin'dorei do not mobilize, they would certainly lose Horde support - specifically, Forsaken support in their lands. With his arm twisted, Lor'themar relents, and agrees to send troops to the Undercity, though Rommath is less willing to give into Sylvanas' orders. Lor'themar silences a brief argument between his enraged Grand Magister and the Dark Lady, and bids his former ranger-general a Thalassian farewell.
Rommath is outraged, and confronts Lor’themar for giving in to what was essentially blackmail. Lor’themar states that he does what needs to be done for the survival of Quel’Thalas, even if that means playing the role of a pawn. Rommath simply informs him that another leader of the sin’dorei had once said something similar to him, and that Rommath did not challenge him; indeed, at the time he thought him right - and that they had buried him on Quel’Danas. He leaves to inform the Blood Knight leadership of the Regent Lord’s decision.
Lor’themar informs Halduron of what has been decided, and orders him to prepare the Farstriders for battle. Halduron also appears somewhat disheartened by Lor'themar's decision, treating him with an uncharacteristically cold courtesy, though unlike Rommath, he does not vocalize his concerns. Lor'themar then finally agrees to support Aethas' endeavour, though not on behalf of the Kirin Tor. He sends Aethas to confer with Rommath, and Lor'themar, seething, notes that Quel'Thalas is still ruled by his will alone.
Wrath of the Lich King
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Following the Sunwell's restoration and the monumental events that transpired on Quel'Danas, Lor'themar Theron has opened the sacred site as a place of worship for his people; the Sunwell itself now heavily guarded with Arcane Guardians and Sunwell Honor Guards. He has also allowed pilgrims - both blood elven and high elven - to visit it directly. Lor'themar himself is seen standing before the Sunwell during the quest to restore Quel'Delar, alongside Rommath, Liadrin, and Auric Sunchaser. He is initially skeptical of the blade's authenticity, though quickly changes his opinion upon inspection.
For a non-blood elf, Lor'themar thanks the player for returning Quel'Delar to "its rightful owners," and attempts to take it. However, the blade does not recognize him as its wielder, and hurls him back across the plateau; cutting off a large portion of his health. Rommath and the Sunwell's guards move to intercept and seize the player and Auric for this apparent treachery, though after some defusing Auric is able to salvage the situation. Rommath instead demands the player begone with the blade, if it is truly not meant to be theirs.
For blood elf players, Lor'themar simply observes Quel'Delar as it is purified in the Sunwell. Lor'themar, Rommath and Auric all give words of support for the sin'dorei player's part in restoring the blade, and Lor'themar bows before them. Lor'themar names the player a hero and inspiration to the sin'dorei, a "symbol of our endurance in the face of tragedy and treachery," and Rommath instructs them to take the reforged blade to Archmage Aethas Sunreaver.
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With the Sunwell restored, a new path to glory now lies ahead for the blood elves. After presiding over Quel'Thalas through its darkest days, Lor'themar has resolved to lead his people into their prosperous future, and has openly encouraged them to turn to the Sunwell to sate their magical addiction. While many blood elves are heeding the regent lord's words, a few are still reluctant to break their dependency on arcane magic.
After the Amani empire declared itself reborn, Halduron and the Farstriders left to do battle with them in Zul'Aman with the help of Chieftain Vol'jin and his elite forces. Overstretched, the ranger-general also calls upon Vereesa Windrunner and her rangers to lend their aid to the battle, and protect Quel'Thalas from the Amani invasion. Lor'themar learns of Vereesa travelling to the Ghostlands, a turn of events that he appears to be irritated by. He sends a messenger to Halduron, also stationed in the Ghostlands, demanding to know the meaning behind her presence. After a brief confrontation with Halduron over his decision to invite an "exile" into their lands, Lor'themar's messenger learns of the three-way assault being put into motion by Vol'jin, Halduron and Vereesa against Zul'Aman, and is sent back to Silvermoon with word of their plans for battle.
Tides of War
Lor'themar is present during the Horde leader meeting between Sylvanas Windrunner, Chieftain Vol'jin, Baine Bloodhoof, Trade Prince Gallywix, Eitrigg, Malkorok, and Garrosh himself, sitting to Garrosh's right. While most of the other leaders were prone to scrutinizing the Warchief, Lor'themar appears more geared towards (or at least tolerant of) Garrosh's side, who in turn has developed a certain respect for the regent lord.
Lor'themar is impassive regarding Sylvanas's worries pertaining to the fall of Theramore, despite Sylvanas believing the Forsaken and the sin'dorei would be most at risk of retaliation. Lor'themar ignores her repeatedly during the meeting, despite Sylvanas's attempts to play upon the regent lord's sympathy.
Garrosh later summons Lor'themar for a private audience, thanking him for his loyalty. When prompted to discuss the nature of said loyalty, Lor'themar makes it clear that he is loyal to the Horde, though Garrosh reminds him that he is the Horde. Lor'themar corrects him, stating that he is merely its leader. As Garrosh observes the sin'dorei retinue leave Orgrimmar, he uneasily concludes that Theron in particular is worth watching.
Lor'themar and Sylvanas are later expected to aid in the Theramore attack, though neither do so. Instead, Lor'themar and Halduron opt to send Kelantir Bloodblade and two ships of blood elven warriors on their behalf.
Mists of Pandaria
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Lor'themar is summoned to Pandaria by Warchief Garrosh, and leaves with a Reliquary excavation and a retinue of the Sunfury forces, rangers and Blood Knights for protection. Lor'themar is first seen in the Shrine of Two Moons alongside Garrosh. Lor'themar clashes with Garrosh after the warchief fails to warn him of a strong mogu presence in Kun-Lai Summit, though pushes on with his orders to uncover mogu artifacts in the area. Later, Lor'themar sends Horde agents along with Ranger Orestes and Blood Knight Aenea to discreetly fight their way through the mogu-controlled Valley of the Emperors, and to capture and interrogate the mogu leaders before Garrosh – whom Lor'themar concludes is skeptical of his loyalty at this point – can hamper their chances of a subtle victory.
Lor'themar becomes increasingly wary of Garrosh's emulation of the mogu, a race of belligerent conquerors whose brutal reign saw them overthrown by the more moderate Pandaren. Theron returns to Silvermoon, and is ordered by Garrosh to uncover the secrets of a certain mogu device. Lor'themar puts Rommath to the task, and calls upon Archmage Aethas Sunreaver to assist him in figuring out this quandary. Rommath makes considerable progress with its understanding, though a rampant sha is released on Silvermoon, compelling the grand magister and Aethas – their emotions heightened by the sha – to come to blows. Horde heroes and the Silvermoon guards are able to contain the threat, and Lor'themar arrives to bear witness to it.
Lor'themar reiterates his past as a ranger, and why the sin'dorei are part of the modern Horde. However, coming under the same disregard and scrutiny on behalf of Garrosh as the blood elves had suffered under Garithos years before, Lor'themar considers looking into “Old Alliances.” Rumors of Lor'themar's dissatisfaction with Garrosh's leadership begin to spread within the Horde's ranks, and Theron himself enters into talks with King Varian Wrynn to negotiate Quel'Thalas back into the Alliance.
Theron then waits in Garrosh'ar Advance while Garrosh and Baine interrogate Shan Kien. Meanwhile, unknown both to Varian and Lor'themar, Fanlyr Silverthorn (under the command of Warchief Hellscream) uses a Sunreaver portal to venture to Darnassus. With Fanlyr's help, members of the Horde take the Divine Bell from the Alliance and send it to Silvermoon. However, despite Silverthorn's best efforts to cover his tracks, Jaina is able to discover that someone within her organization helped the Horde circumvent her wards. Enraged at another betrayal, Jaina leads a purge of the Sunreavers from Dalaran, with many being imprisoned. Rommath himself leads a rescue mission that sees Aethas and a number of Sunreavers rescued, though many more are implied to still be imprisoned in the Violet Hold. Lor'themar and Halduron quickly move to oversee the return of the rescued elves in the Court of the Sun.
After giving a speech about how Jaina's purge had led the blood elves back to Hellscream's Horde to Rommath, Halduron and Aethas, Lor'themar concludes that Garrosh had bought his new treasure with the blood of Lor'themar's people, and hopes dearly that it destroys him. Lor'themar orders Rommath to summon the magi and add the Sunreavers' strength to his own, and for Halduron to assemble to rangers. Rommath comments that Lor'themar would make "a fine Warchief", and noting that it might come to that, Theron demands his blades and vows that the next move will belong to him.
Rise of the Thunder King
Lor'themar takes command of the Horde forces moving against the newly-returned Thunder King, christening his force (a coalition of Sunreavers, Magisters and rangers, among others) the Sunreaver Onslaught.
With Garrosh focusing solely on attacking the Alliance from Domination Point, Lor'themar mobilizes the Onslaught against the threat Lei Shen poses to all of Pandaria. Lor'themar's reasoning is twofold: for justice, and to claim the emperor's weaponry for himself, as leverage against Garrosh. Lor'themar suspects that a Horde uprising is on the cards, and believes it is best to be prepared for it. The conflict on the isle poses the first major martial affair Lor'themar has engaged in since being named regent lord, and Theron expresses that it will be good to find himself in the midst of battle again.
From his destroyer, the Crimson Treader, Lor'themar goes about forming an alliance with the Shado-Pan. Lor'themar oversees construction of the Dawnseeker Promontory, directing agents of the Horde to strike against the Kirin Tor's base camp and to back up Halduron's attempts to battle the Zandalari. As the war effort progresses, Lor'themar personally leads the Sunreavers' attacks against the Thunder King's stronghold, the regent lord's presence on the front lines posing a danger to his person that Scout Captain Elsia is fearful of; however, Lor'themar maintains that getting his hands dirty is long overdue. Lor'themar commandeers the Lightning Vein Mine after the rangers finish off its defenders, and Theron plans to have Horde metalsmiths study mogu fabrication techniques for his own ends.
Later, the Regent Lord met with Taran Zhu and Taoshi who prepared the attack on Stormsea Landing. When Lor'themar saw Choker of Storms he immediately recognized to be a powerful artifact and claimed that Aethas will examine it.
Lor'themar ultimately leads the Horde advance into the Bloodied Crossing, aiding Lord Taran Zhu's assault on the Thunder King's stronghold. Both Elsia and Aethas aid him in this task, along with a contingent of rangers. Lor'themar's forces are not alone, however -- Lady Jaina Proudmoore herself leads the Alliance advance into the courtyard. Lor'themar states that he will deal with Jaina himself if need be, and the Horde and Alliance groups focus on dealing with Shan Bu's legions before turning to one another.
Lor'themar and Jaina face off after Shan Bu is dealt with. Lor'themar demands the release of the Sunreavers from the Violet Hold, professing their innocence in Garrosh's raid on Darnassus. Jaina rebukes him with the notion that they are prisoners of war, and that she will let him leave alive if Aethas is handed over to her. Theron refuses this demand, though the parties are interrupted by an injured Taran Zhu, who orders both Lor'themar and Jaina to stand down and move on from this conflict.
After some convincing (Jaina citing the Horde's lack of effort with peace, Lor'themar stating his duty to protect his sovereign people), Lor'themar and Jaina agree to retreat bloodlessly. Jaina makes clear that no true peace will be achieved while Garrosh Hellscream rules the Horde, though to her surprise, Lor'themar states that that is precisely why he wishes to conserve his strength today. Jaina's expression softens at his answer, and the two leaders leave their "parley" with courteous bows.
Ultimately, Lor'themar acquires the leverage he had sought to find on the isle: heroes of the Horde deliver to the regent lord a cadre of powerful blood golems, which Lor'themar puts his top archmages to the task of getting operational.
Lor'themar comes into contact with Chieftain Vol'jin of the Darkspear Tribe, and throws his support behind Vol'jin's burgeoning rebellion to overthrow Garrosh. However, with the Warchief oppressing, arresting, and executing members of the Darkspear as Lor'themar is still finishing up on the Isle of Thunder (and across the sea besides), Vol'jin is forced to take a more immediate approach, and declares open rebellion against Garrosh.
Siege of Orgrimmar
After the Sha of Pride was unearthed in the Vale of Eternal Blossoms, Lorewalker Cho fled the scene to get help, returning with both Lor'themar and Jaina. Jaina tells the Regent Lord that she is not surprised that Garrosh's arrogance unleashed the Sha upon the Vale of Eternal Blossoms. They also notice that Garrosh left Gorehowl behind. Lor'themar, along with Sylvanas's Forsaken and most of the Alliance, return from Pandaria and storm the Bladefist Bay. On board, Theron and Sylvanas discussed if she can raise dead elves. He forbade it but did not care about the human ones. After capturing the bay and docks from the hands of the Dragonmaw orcs led by Warlord Zaela atop of Galakras, he and his blood elves make contact with Vol'jin and Baine at the front gates of Orgrimmar and arrive to aid them.
Lor'themar is present along with the rest of the Horde's leadership (barring Ji Firepaw, who was injured earlier in the siege) at the defeat and arrest of Garrosh. When Thrall names Vol'jin the new Warchief, Lor'themar bows in respect.
- I have nothing to say to you, <race>.
- I find politics exhausting. I am confident Vol'jin will take us where we need to go.
- <Lor'themar glances over Sylvanas.>
- Assuming he can hold this Horde together.
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World of Warcraft
Lor'themar Theron <Regent Lord of Quel'Thalas> is a level ?? quest giver located in Sunfury Spire in the blood elf capital of Silvermoon City. He is the racial leader of the blood elves and the current ruler of Quel'Thalas.
He starts the following quests:
He ends the following quests:
- Cleave —110% weapon damage to up to three targets.
- Arcane Shock —23125 to 26875 arcane damage, reflectable, 20 yard range.
- Mana Burn —11875 to 13125 mana burned, 2 damage for each mana burned, 30 yard range.
- Mass Charm —15 second charm, 50 yard radius around Lor'themar.
The battle with Lor’themar, Rommath, and Halduron can be intimidating for a small raid, and is somewhat comparable to the Council of Three Hammers encounter. Rommath and Halduron can prove a serious threat to the raid, and killing all three may seem daunting at first. However, the Royal Guards have not been updated since WotLK, so they are dispatched quite easily. It is vital that the raid keep in mind that their respawn timers, like Garrosh Hellscream, are only 5 to 10 minutes, unlike other city leaders. This could be considered a type of soft enrage mechanic, as if you kill either Halduron, Rommath, or Lor'themar to quickly, they may respawn before the fight is over, and you will have to kill them again, as their aggro is linked with each other.
Raids should devote a few players to keeping an eye out for players teleporting in from behind Lor'themar's chamber as well as the mage trainer's room so as to be ready to quickly dispatch horde players who come to Lor'themar's aid from the Undercity and Pandaria respectively. Your tank should hold Lor'themar to one side of the room to give healers adequate distance to avoid Lor'themar's Mana Burn ability. PVP trinkets are a must for this fight in order to deal with Lor'themar's Mass Charm spell.
The combined HP levels of the three Silvermoon leaders can make this a long boss fight, their total HP pool being around 700M and with several mechanics to take into account for each boss. This is countered by players only needing to kill Lor'themar and the relatively low chance of a Horde defense force gaining swift knowledge of a Silvermoon raid. Thus, player interference is much less likely than in some of the more populated cities.
Halduron strikes swiftly when in melee range, and will periodically use a multi-shot ability similar to Sylvanas', hitting up to ten members of the raid and will also hit random raid members with a regular ability. Rommath will rely on fire-based attacks - fireball on his current target and flamestrike on a certain location, but is immune to any interrupts. Rommath’s Molten Armor can be dispelled, but he will immediately recast it. Focussing on Halduron, Rommath and Lor'themar respectively will allow more breathing space, as without Halduron and Rommath's abilities to consider, the battle drops in difficulty.
Like Halduron, Lor'themar strikes swiftly in melee range, and generally alternates between his cleave and arcane shock abilities. His mana burn has increased in potency, though he will only infrequently cast his mass charm. With luck, subtlety, and enough concentrated DPS, Lor'themar will fall.
Lor'themar's downfall is the objective of Killed in Quel'Thalas.
It is stated that Lor'themar Theron was second-in-command to Sylvanas Windrunner, however there isn't any source that state him being Ranger-General of Silvermoon, even Ultimate Visual Guide shows Halduron being chosen after Sylvanas' downfall.
Lor'themar's appearance has changed considerably in each piece of media he has appeared in. For his debut in the Sunwell Trilogy, Lor'themar was shown to sport a regal-looking outfit complete with outward shoulderplates, a longsword, and a rugged cape, fitting his role as a ranger commander. He had fairly long and slicked hair, and most notably was missing an eye. During the Burning Crusade, Lor'themar had undergone a drastic change of appearance - he now had two functional eyes, his hair was put into a topknot, and his attire was incredibly simplified. Lor'themar used a warglaive complete with a shield, both of which he had not been seen with prior.
In the Battlecry mosaic, Lor'themar's attire had completely changed once more - his outfit was painted as far more extravagant (also in mail or plate), with eagle portraits on his shoulders and decorated in a collage of red and gold. He was also seen holding a new shield, and its design was similar to the ones Silvermoon City Guardians are seen with. Here, he was also portrayed with a goatee.
During his debut in Tides of Darkness, Lor'themar was described with hair the colour of corn-silk. In the Trading Card Game, Lor'themar is depicted as dark blonde, though all of his other appearances from the Burning Crusade onwards show him with pale-white hair.
Lor'themar's current model, introduced for Cataclysm, is again unlike his previous incarnations. It appears to be an elaborate and recoloured mix of the final rogue and mage tier 6 sets, found in the Sunwell Plateau raid. Though still of a strikingly different design, his current model seems to somewhat resemble his appearance in the mosaic.
The most logical reason for his changes of appearance in the lore can be put down to the strong clash of culture that Lor'themar has experienced - from a ranger, who fought from the front to protect his country, to a ruler now forced to play his hand at politics. His common attire being replaced by an outfit that exerts regality seems to illustrate this.
Finally, his official artwork for In the Shadow of the Sun seems to combine aspects of all of his past appearances. His eye-scar is visibly noticeable, his outfit is truly resembling his in-game model (blade included), and subtle parts of his Battlecry Mosaic picture are carried over, such as the avian emblems emblazoned on his shoulders.
From his in-game introduction in The Burning Crusade up until the launch patch of Mists of Pandaria, Lor'themar had two functioning eyes despite having only one in his depiction in The Sunwell Trilogy. An eyepatch was added to Lor'themar's model in patch 5.1, correcting the error after nearly six years.
- The Sunwell Trilogy
- "I dream of a Quel'Thalas renewed, but by our weapons alone, that will not come to pass."
- "I see his mocking face in my dreams, Halduron! I see his misdeeds play over and over!"
- "Come, let us welcome our wayward brother home by planting his grinning head on an end of a spear."
- "Tell us where the banshee hides now! Tell us where Sylvanas is!"
- "I must do nothing for you! A half-blood's demands mean nothing!"
- "I swore then that I would keep the memory of Quel'Thalas and the Sunwell from being further tainted, especially by the traitor."
- Blood of the Highborne
- "We are together in this, and whether we survive or perish, we will do so as one!"
- "The forests call to me, brother. Bow in hand, warm sun on my skin, promises of adventure whispered on the wind. No walls... no schedules to keep. That is when I am most alive. I envy you your freedom."
- "I refuse to let my feelings interfere with the weight of my responsibility. And I hold fast to a single fragment of hope: the belief that our shared hardship will unite us... that our kingdom will not only regain its former glory but surpass it, that we will all learn from our mistakes. True leadership is not about making the right decisions every time. Sometimes it is about pressing on despite having made the wrong ones. You did what you thought best, and you have served Quel'Thalas with unwavering courage and integrity. And throughout all we have endured, you have remained my most loyal and trusted comrade."
- "Greetings, Thaddir. I have come to put you out of your misery at last."
- In the Shadow of the Sun
- "I am the regent lord. Not the king."
- "The crown is unclaimed."
- "Since the Sunfury have returned to us, and our position in the Ghostlands is more... secure... The Farstriders are finding themselves stretched a bit less. They... -I-... would offer you supplies."
- "I never wanted to see them dead. But I could not afford to lead a nation divided."
- "Send my exhausted people to find more death in Northrend, or risk losing Quel'Thalas to the Scourge once again. There is no choice here, Sylvanas."
- "I will do whatever it takes to protect Quel'Thalas and its people. Even if it means being used."
- "And it is still by my will that Quel'Thalas is ruled."
- Lor'themar's journal
Journal of the Regent Lord, entry 83
I cannot remember the last time I told anyone such a bald-faced lie, even since I was forced into politics. But I did lie to Aethas, and he knows it, and I know it, and anyone who heard me say it knows it. My will means very little, in fact. I can pretend my power is real, but in the end, it is all an act, and none of it is honest. I can wash my hands of it, play martyr, be victimized, and accomplish nothing, or I can fight and victimize others in my turn and thus become the essence of all I have battled. If I have ever rationalized my choices using any other logic, I was certainly lying to myself. Hawkspear was right: I deal with the devil indeed, but the Sunwell may never have been restored had we not sunk to those levels. He and Aurora can sleep soundly, knowing they have never compromised their ethics, but if they deny that they prosper in the wake of those who have, then they delude themselves as much as I.
Here I find myself so close to believing that the ends justify the means. But the ruins of the Magisters' Terrace will haunt me forever, reminding me of the fate I tempt with that thought. This is the line I walk, finally knowing that the actions I take in necessity are nonetheless indefensible. Those truths can never be reconciled, but sometimes I can hold them both side by side and almost understand. I might call this revelation profound if I were ignorant enough not to realize that I am only learning what Kael'thas, and Anasterian before him, had also learned in their turns. All we can do is walk the road we are given with such dignity as we can muster, each to our own glory or demise, and pray that there yet remains something of our own hearts when all is said and done. By the Sunwell, I hope that there will remain something of mine.
- "The blood elves will endure any hardship, overcome any obstacle, and emerge stronger than before."
World of Warcraft
- "Be strong. Kael'thas has betrayed us and what we know is in flux, but do not lose heart. We will endure, as we always have. Arthas did not crush our spirit when he swept through our land, and neither will Kael'thas. Let it serve as a lesson to us all as we move forward to our prosperous future."
- "Like our people, the Horde is always in motion, always changing. But make no mistake. We will endure."
- "The eternal sun guides us all."
- "As Regent lord of Quel'Thalas, I will defend my people against any who would do us harm."
- "Silvermoon will rise again. All will know the power and glory of the sin'dorei."
- "The blood elves will endure any hardship, overcome any obstacle, and emerge stronger than before."
- "Do. NOT. Touch. The HAIR!"
Lor'themar Theron кричит: Our enemies will fall!
Lor'themar Theron кричит: You've come a long way to die.
- Killing a Player
Lor'themar Theron кричит: You die in vain!
Lor'themar Theron кричит: It was inevitable!
Lor'themar Theron кричит: Glory to the... SIN'DOREI!
Lor'themar has become a ruler balancing a fierce love for his country together with the weight of his peoples' burdens, though his responsibilities were not always so heavy. Years before his regency, Lor'themar was a patriotic and passionate ranger, with a talent for both battle and strategy. Lor'themar took pride in his role as a Farstrider and a warden of the Sunwell, which the great traitor Dar'Khan Drathir exploited for his own gain. Lor'themar holds guilt for his inability to see through Dar'Khan's betrayal, and further remorse for the exile he imposed on the quel'dorei who opposed Rommath's teachings; Lor'themar reasoned that he could not lead a nation divided. Theron was hit hard by the betrayal of Prince Kael'thas, with the future of the country falling into his lap alone. This experience has led him to oppose tyranny and injustice wherever he finds it, always putting the good of his people first.
As the regent lord of Quel'Thalas, Lor'themar has become highly versed in the world of politics, able to quickly deduce hidden meanings and often see through the masks of those within (and out of) his sphere of influence. Though authoritative (and not afraid to exert that authority), Lor'themar values the opinions of his advisors, in matters of state and beyond. The life of a politician is not something Lor'themar ever craved, however; ever the ranger at heart, Lor'themar enjoys a good fight.
Lor'themar places the safety of Quel'Thalas and its people high above all else. Lor'themar's loyalty is clear in this regard: he will not suffer allies who would harm his people, and will not shy from negotiating with his enemies or plotting rebellion to secure his people a future.
Though the burdens of leadership have weighed heavily on Lor'themar's shoulders in the wake of Prince Kael'thas' betrayal, under his leadership Quel'Thalas has survived many of its darkest days. He has resolved to see his people overcome their struggles, and lead them into a prosperous future.
- Lor'themar doesn't have a family neither does he want to start a new dynasty.
- In his first appearance in the trading card game, Lor'themar is portrayed as a paladin, though nothing in the lore has suggested he is one. However, this might be because of blood elves being the first Horde race to have paladins (the Blood Knights), and Lor'themar was listed as a "paladin (Blood Knight)" to emphasize this. Similarly, Velen is a shaman in the card game despite being a priest in lore.
- Though he seems to have spent much of his life as a Ranger, iconicly fond of bows, Lor'themar seems to prefer very close range, or melee combat. He was seen fighting with a sword in the Sunwell trilogy, and also used a spear/shield combo in Tides of Darkness, making him more of a Warrior archetype, rather than the Hunter, which is often associated with Elven Ranger's. Interestingly, his surname Theron translates as "hunter" in Greek.
- In-game, Lor'themar's fighting style (melee combat with anti-magic abilities) is far more akin to a spellbreaker than a ranger or warrior.
- Even though he lost an eye and got a scar right above it during the Undead Invasion of Silvermoon in the Sunwell Trilogy comic, he still appears to have two eyes and a scarless face in World of Warcraft. This was finally fixed in Patch 5.1, which added an eyepatch to Lor'themar's model.
- In the mosaic, Lor'themar seems to have two functional eyes and scarless face again. It is likely this is just a mistake on Blizzard's part as it is unlikely Lor'themar's eye was healed to be functional again.
- Lor'themar Theron is the racial leader of the blood elves in World of Warcraft. Out of all racial leaders, his model was the least unique until Cataclysm.
- Like Garrosh Hellscream, Lor'themar does not have the usual two hour respawn timer upon being killed by an Alliance raid, instead respawning (along with Halduron and Rommath) roughly 5–10 minutes following his death.
- Lor'themar was the main character of the fan story In the Shadow of the Sun, which won the grand prize in Blizzard's first global creative writing contest. The story has since been accepted as official lore by Blizzard, and has been put forward as Lor'themar's tale in the faction leader short stories series with minor alterations.
- Lor'themar is one of the few racial leaders to have fully voiced dialogue for each aspect of his faction leader battle, along with Baine Bloodhoof, Trade Prince Gallywix, the Council of Three Hammers and Genn Greymane.
- Apparently, Lor'themar's personal residence is not within Sunfury Spire. Though, he has been described as spending more time there than in "his own home."
- Lor'themar appears to be wielding a Greatsword of the Sin'dorei, or a weapon with an identical model. Curiously, he wields it with only one hand. Prior to his Cataclysm update, Lor'themar used a warglaive-esque blade and a shield.
- A quote of Lor'themar's directed at Lady Sylvanas Windrunner, "There is no choice here, Sylvanas," was spoken by Kael'thas to Lady Vashj in the exact same manner within the Dungeons of Dalaran: "There is no choice here, Vashj." This is perhaps a nod to the blurring lines between Theron and Kael, as noted by Rommath.
- Lor'themar's natural eye colour is dark brown.
- Lor'themar ordered a revitalization of Spellbreaker training some time following The Burning Crusade, leading to a resurgence of Spellbreakers among the blood elves' ranks.
- Lor'themar Theron was voice by Dave Mallow until Обновление 5.1.0. He is now voiced by Gideon Emery.
- Towards the conclusion of his political negotiations with the Horde, Lor'themar mentioned that Grand Magister Rommath had received word back from Outland -- and that the answer to one of Thrall's questions was, with great certainty, "yes." The content of this question has not been confirmed, though considering the context, it could be that Rommath had confirmed the presence of uncorrupted Orcs still active on Draenor. This may have been a key bargaining chip during Lor'themar and Sylvanas' attempts to ensure the sin'dorei an equal place in the Horde. Lor'themar later mentioned that the blood elves could be a vital link to "Thrall's people," further supporting this theory.
- Though once considered close friends, it appears that Lor'themar and Halduron have had various disagreements since their ascension to the upper echelons of Quel'Thalas' leadership. Halduron, while not openly opposed to the Northrend campaign, does not seem to have agreed with Lor'themar's motivations for committing to it. During the quest to restore Quel'Delar, Halduron urges agents of the Horde not to be taken in by the Regent Lord's "political scheming" - a strange way to refer to one's best friend and direct superior. The two came into conflict regarding the presence of Vereesa Windrunner, though Halduron was quick to halt Vereesa's vocal lashing towards Lor'themar.
Lor'themar in the original TCG.
Изменения в обновлениях
- Обновление 5.1.0 (27-11-2012): Minor model update; received new voice acting.
- Обновление 5.0.4 (28-08-2012): Updated for level 90.
- Обновление 4.0.3a (23-11-2010): Received new voice acting.
- Обновление 4.0.1 (12-10-2010): Updated for level 85. Updated with a new model.
- Обновление 3.0.2 (14-10-2008): Updated for level 80.
- Обновление 2.0.1 (05-12-2006): Added.
- http://www.wow-europe.com/en/burningcrusade/townhall/history-be.html Глава 6
- History of the Blood Elves, Chapter 4. Архивировано из первоисточника 24 июня 2012.
- Rosenberg, Aaron. Tides of Darkness, 228. ISBN 978-1-4165-3990-2.
- Rosenberg, Aaron. Tides of Darkness, 228-285. ISBN 978-1-4165-3990-2.
- Warcraft III. Blizzard Entertainment. Path of the Damned:Into the Realm Eternal, Key of the Three Moons.
- History of the Blood Elves, Chapter 5. Архивировано из первоисточника 24 июня 2012.
- The Warcraft Encyclopedia/Blood Elves#Blood Elves and the Horde
- In the Shadow of the Sun
- quest chain
- Quest:The Purification of Quel'Delar (Alliance)
- Quest:The Purification of Quel'Delar (Horde)
- Silvermoon Messenger
- Tides of War
- Tides of Darkness, pg 228
- World of Warcraft Trading Card Game: Tomb of the Forgotten. Blizzard Entertainment.
- Ultimate Visual Guide, pg 144
- Ultimate Visual Guide
- Sean Copeland on Twitter, RE: Spellbreakers
- Letter from Lor'themar Theron
|Silvermoon City||Sunwell Plateau|
(High King of Quel'Thalas)
Regent Lord of Quel'Thalas
(Co-ruler with Kael'thas Sunstrider, Lord of the Blood Elves)
Lor'themar Theron (alone)
Kael'thas Sunstrider (Lord of the Blood Elves)
Lor'themar Theron (Regent Lord of Quel'Thalas)
Regent Lord of Quel'Thalas