With the aid of the mercenary Blackfuse company, the Iron Horde constructed devastating siege machinery in the shadow of Hellfire Citadel, to be used in the eventual assault upon Azeroth's capitals. With the tanks now retrofitted to use Fel energy, Siegemaster Mar'tak awaits Gul'dan's command to begin the assault.
The schematics for the Iron Reaver were found in the workshop of Blackfuse himself after the fall of Orgrimmar, drawing inspiration from the mighty constructs of the Legion and designed to be the nefarious goblin's masterwork. The project was completed after his death, and represents the pinnacle of the Iron Horde's military might.
As ancient as Draenor itself, Kormrok once ruled Gorgrond, the creatures of the land slinking away from the giant magnaron's destructive fury. But then the Iron Horde came, trapping the behemoth and attempting to break his will. They were entirely unsuccessful... that is, until the rise of Gul'dan, and the fel power that Kormrok could not resist.
On Mythic Difficulty, residue is sent out from the pool that Kormok jumped into.
When empowered, this abiliity causes all three pools to send out globules.
When empowered, triggering the rune causes it to try and reform nearby. Explosive Runes will not reform on top of an existing Explosive Rune, nor will they reform if they are the last Explosive Rune active.
When empowered, Dragging Hands that pull players toward the closest pool are summoned instead.
Thousands of Iron Horde orcs accepted the blood of Mannoroth, but none grew as powerful as the three that stand before you. Dia Darkwhisper, champion of Void magic and an outcast of the Shadowmoon, rose quickly to power - the left hand of Gul'dan. Gurtogg, with his insatiable hunger for blood, emerged the victor in hundreds of trials by combat. He was bested only once, in a draw, by Blademaster Jubei'thos. Tainted with fel sickness, they serve Gul'dan as both Highguard and Council of War.
In Mythic difficulty, Mark of the Necromancer bounces to 3 targets, instead of 2.
Kilrogg Deadeye, Warlord of the Bleeding Hollow, seized control of his clan after performing a ritual to learn of his death. With this knowledge, he led his clan fearlessly on countless campaigns, marching toward the glorious end he desires. Now, with demon blood coursing through his veins, Kilrogg awaits you in Hellfire Citadel, awaiting the moment of his death, or yours.
In Mythic difficulty, Death Throes inflicts Fel Corruption onto the raid.
In Mythic difficulty, Fel Rupture leaves behind a Fel Puddle. Fel Puddles that have not been removed summon Fel Blood Globules during Death Throes.
Falling into the heart of the mausoleum Auchindoun, Teron'gor gorged upon hundreds of draenei souls, becoming a bloated abomination in the process. More than just an orc now, Teron'gor gave up his old name and has taken a new one: Gorefiend.
Gul'dan has now called Gorefiend back to Hellfire Citadel. Allowing Gorefiend to feast upon the souls of those orcs who were not strong enough to survive their fel transformations. Even now more orcs are sacrificed to power Gorefiend's magic, but to what end?
In Mythic difficulty Gorefiend's Corruption is only removed when a player collapses an Unstable Soul.
On Mythic Difficulty, inflicts 6 stacks of Shattered Defenses, and when used by players controlling the construct, Reverberating Blow will affect friendly players.]
On Mythic Difficulty, Soul Cleave hits up to 0 targets within 5 yards. Only the primary target is afflicted with Cloven Soul; but all targets hit by Soul Cleave are Disembodied.
On Mythic Difficulty, players who had Latent Energy while Disembodied gain Weakened Soul after Disembodied ends.
Summoned by Gul'dan from the depths of the Twisting Nether, Xhul'horac is one of most powerful of the Void Revenants - a race of parasitic void-beings that tear holes through the planes of reality, consuming and absorbing the energies and beings within. Gul'dan has twisted Xhul'horac, feeding him overwhelming Fel energy, and using his powers to tear open the portals through which he plans to rally the forces of the Burning Legion.
When Gul'dan brought his gift to the Sargerei, Velhari had already made her ambitions clear and risen through the ranks with brutal ferocity. Known to her enemies as the Tyrant, Velhari was one of the first to accept the fel touch, further enhancing her combat prowess. Velhari now bears a mockery of the holy symbol of the Naaru, signifying her conviction to the new order.
In Mythic difficulty, each aura persists but decreases in strength when the corresponding phase ends.
In Mythic difficulty, Edict of Condemnation reduces the movement speed of the target by 70%.
In Mythic difficulty, Touch of Harm inflicts 15% of the target's current health as Shadow damage every 2 sec.
In Mythic difficulty, this aura persists but decreases in strength when the phase ends.
In Mythic difficulty, Gul'dan reclaims the Fel power from the Fel Iron Summoners to resurrect Mannoroth, keeping the Doom Lord's Fel Spire intact.