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What happened to Kilrogg Deadeye? For that matter, will anything become of the other "prodigal sons" in Garadar?
01/26/2011 10:12 PMPosted by Odok
What happened to Kilrogg Deadeye? For that matter, will anything become of the other "prodigal sons" in Garadar?


Kilrogg Deadeye was killed in an honorable duel with Danath Trollbane while in Auchindoun in the book "Beyond the Dark Portal".
01/26/2011 10:12 PMPosted by Odok
What happened to Kilrogg Deadeye? For that matter, will anything become of the other "prodigal sons" in Garadar?


In the Horde players Guide it says he is believed to have perished when the Bleeding Hollow, Warsong and Shattered Hand Clans rushed the Dark portal durring the Destruction of Draenor in an attempt to flee the crumbling just as Khadgar closed it completely, though his body was never found
If an Elemental Lord dies on their home plane (as with Al'Akir) are they dead for good like the lesser elementals? If so, what implications does that have for the elemental planes?
What happened to Kilrogg Deadeye? For that matter, will anything become of the other "prodigal sons" in Garadar?


Kilrogg Deadeye was killed in an honorable duel with Danath Trollbane while in Auchindoun in the book "Beyond the Dark Portal".


What happened to Kilrogg Deadeye? For that matter, will anything become of the other "prodigal sons" in Garadar?


In the Horde players Guide it says he is believed to have perished when the Bleeding Hollow, Warsong and Shattered Hand Clans rushed the Dark portal durring the Destruction of Draenor in an attempt to flee the crumbling just as Khadgar closed it completely, though his body was never found


This is exactly why I asked the question. There's a lot of discrepancy in his whereabouts or whether he's actually dead or not.
Can you please release an updated timeline? There's a lot of contradictions between the timelines in the various RPG books, what NPCs mention in-game, and what was posted on the official website back in 2007.
Is Gallywix going to come back, or at least appear somewhere in game after the goblin starting zone?
Is the Emerald Dream unique to Azeroth or does every ordered planet have one in some form? If not, is this why the various demigods (gol'drinn, etc) are able to manifest on Azeroth? It seems that since Gold'rinn and Lo'gosh are the same entity, yet were recognized on two different planets, that these demigod spirits persist across the universe (i.e. the Spirit of Life).
Are the gronn a Titan creation and the ogres a victim of the Curse of Flesh? Was Draenor an ordered planet?
Why are valkyr now only able to raise humans when they could raise members of other races in Wrath?
Will we ever see updated population numbers for the races?
What's happened to Jadaar and Asric since the Tournament?
A rare nerubian artifact called the Puzzle Box of Yogg-Saron mentions a place called Ny'alotha, seemingly an ancient city with something sleeping within it. Can we be given any more information about what exactly Ny'alotha is, what's inside it, and why the Puzzle Box mentions it?
01/26/2011 10:19 PMPosted by Odok

This is exactly why I asked the question. There's a lot of discrepancy in his whereabouts or whether he's actually dead or not.

IMO, novels trump rpg books, and in this case the novel is also more recent.

Kilrogg is dead, killed by Danath.
Is the Emerald Dream unique to Azeroth or does every ordered planet have one in some form?

The Emerald Dream is a Titan creation, so it's perfectly possible that other worlds might have their own equivalent.
Dranosh Saurfang and Garrosh Hellscream both made appearances in Wrath of the Lich King as leaders in the Horde. Are there any plans for Jorin Deadeye to take part in the Horde?
Does Nat Pagle dual-wield Swordfish?
What is the status of the Nerubians of Sundered Monolyth?
Could you provide a proper timeline that detailed the events of Gilneas? When was the Greymane Wall completed? When was the Gilnean famine? When and how long was the Northgate Rebellion?

This is exactly why I asked the question. There's a lot of discrepancy in his whereabouts or whether he's actually dead or not.

IMO, novels trump rpg books, and in this case the novel is also more recent.

Kilrogg is dead, killed by Danath.
Is the Emerald Dream unique to Azeroth or does every ordered planet have one in some form?

The Emerald Dream is a Titan creation, so it's perfectly possible that other worlds might have their own equivalent.


It is also again stated this way though in the ingame book The Invasion of Draenor, or at least that he was alive to retreat to Azeroth after his fight with Danath

Ner'zhul finally opened his portals to other worlds, but he did not foresee the terrible price he would pay. The portals' tremendous energies began to tear the very fabric of Draenor apart. As Turalyon's forces fought desperately to return home to Azeroth, the world of Draenor began to buckle in upon itself. Grom Hellscream and Kilrogg Deadeye, realizing that Ner'zhul's mad plans would doom their entire race, rallied the remaining orcs and escaped back to the relative safety of Azeroth.

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