Varian Wrynn

    Character » Varian Wrynn appears in 27 issues.

    Varian Wrynn is the King of Stormwind. He was kidnapped at the time his people needed him the most and sold as a slave fighting in gladiator-style battles. He has since taken his rightful place as a king once more.

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    Varian Wrynn last edited by gravenraven on 07/10/23 08:38PM View full history

    There are a lot of strange things about this warrior. No one know who is he. He doesn't remember about his past. A gladiator master found him, and made a gladiator out of him. However he doesn't know who is he, but his fighting skills are unmatched. He is a perfect blademaster.

    His new master added him to a new gladiator team with young blood elf Valeera Sanguinar and night elf druid Broll Bearmantle. After reaching the kingdom of Jaina Proudmoore, Lo'Gosh found out his real name: Varian Wrynn, the lost King of Stormwind.


    World of Warcraft: Tides of Darkness

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    The orc War Chief Blackhand is dead, but the Orc Horde has not crumbled as expected. Instead, a new War Chief, Orgrim Doomhammer, has risen to power, and his forces are stronger than ever. The free peoples of Azeroth are scattered and unable to stop the orcs' advance. The human lord, Sir Lothar, knows his people stand little chance against the dark tide of the Orc Horde, so he hatches a desperate and unlikely plan: to enlist the aid of humanity's rivals, the mysterious Elves and the wily Dwarves.

    • Written by: Aaron Rosenberg
    • Publisher: Pocket Star (15 Oct. 2007)
    • ISBN 10: 1416539905
    • ISBN 13: 978-1416539902

    World of Warcraft: Beyond the Dark Portal

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    The aging orc shaman Ner'zhul has seized control of the Horde and reopened the Dark Portal. His brutal warriors once again encroach upon Azeroth, laying siege to the newly constructed stronghold of Nethergarde Keep. There, the archmage Khadgar and the Alliance commander, Turalyon, lead humanity and its elven and dwarven allies in fighting this new invasion. Even so, disturbing questions arise. Khadgar learns of orcish incursions farther abroad: small groups of orcs who seem to pursue a goal other than simple conquest. Worse yet, black dragons have been sighted as well, and they appear to be aiding the orcs. To counter Ner'zhul's dark schemes, the Alliance must now invade the orcs' ruined homeworld of Draenor. Can Khadgar and his companions stop the nefarious shaman in time to stave off the destruction of two worlds?

      • Written by: Aaron Rosenberg
      • Publisher: Pocket Books (15 April 2008)
    ISBN 10: 1416550860
    ISBN 13: 978-1416550860

    World of Warcraft: Stormrage

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    Many centuries have passed since the young night elf Malfurion Stormrage became the principal hero in War of the Ancients. Having saved both his people and the world of Azeroth from the demons of the Burning Legion, Malfurion sought to start life anew with his beloved Tyrande Whisperwind, high priestess of the moon goddess. But then the nightmares began-nightmares that spread across the world-and they seemed to originate in one of the most sacred places known to the druids. Unable to decipher the cause of these nightmares, the great archdruid dared to cast his astral form into the befouled, mystical realm...and then became lost.

    Now, with his physical body lying comatose, a search commences to discover Stormrage's fate and, if possible, initiate his rescue. But the threat that has taken the archdruid is more powerful than ever...

    • Written by: Richard A. Knaak
    • Publisher: Simon Spotlight Entertainment (23 Feb. 2010)
    • ISBN 10: 1416550879
    • ISBN 13: 978-1416550877

    World of Warcraft: The Shattering

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    Thrall, wise shaman and the war chief of the Horde, has sensed a disturbing change . . . Long ago, Azeroth's destructive native elementals raged across the world until the benevolent titans imprisoned them within the Elemental Plane. Despite the titans' intervention, many elementals have ended up back on Azeroth. Over the ages, shaman like Thrall have communed with these spirits and, through patience and dedication, learned to soothe roaring infernos, bring rain to sun-scorched lands, and otherwise temper the elementals' ruinous influence on the world of Azeroth. Now Thrall has discovered that the elementals no longer heed the shaman's call.

    While Thrall seeks answers to what ails the confused elements, he also wrestles with the orcs' precarious future as his people face dwindling supplies and growing hostility with their night elf neighbours. The fate of Azeroth's great races is shrouded in a fog of uncertainty, and the erratic behaviour of the elemental spirits, troubling though it is, may only be the first ominous warning sign of the cataclysm to come.

    • Written by: Christie Golden
    • Publisher: Gallery Books (19 Oct. 2010)
    • ISBN 10: 1416550747
    • ISBN 13: 978-1416550747

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