Were you looking for the movie version of this character, Warcraft: The Beginning Draka or the alternate timeline version that appears on Draenor, see World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor Draka? Or perhaps Horde Drakan, the Alterac Valley worg or Horde Draaka, the orc quest giver at Splintertree Post.

The courageous warrior mate of Durotan, Draka was a firm believer in the Frostwolf clan's convictions of the old ways of honor and shamanism. She was the daughter of Kelkar by his mate Zuura, and the granddaughter of Rhakish.

Biography

Draka met Durotan as he and Orgrim Doomhammer stared in awe at Draka. Durotan was slack-jawed when she refused his courtship hunt invitation, but accepted one that meant nothing more than a simple hunt. At the time, Draka was too young, the reason of declining Durotan's first offer. Whilst trailing a Clefthoof, they were attacked by a black wolf. After killing it, Draka revealed that she was of age to "date" on that day, and romantically kissed Durotan.

Durotan and Draka's murder

Draka birthed Thrall, child of Durotan, shortly before joining her chieftain on his excursion to the southern lands to meet with their old comrade Orgrim Doomhammer.[5]

After explaining to Doomhammer the deception of Gul'dan, Durotan and Draka were sent away to safety with one of Doomhammer’s guards, but the guard betrayed them to the assassins of the Stormreaver clan. Draka was killed in the encounter.[6]

Death discrepancy

See Durotan's death discrepancy for confusion on the death of Draka and Durotan.

In A Warrior Made

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Warcraft movie

Draka will appear in the new movie played by actress Anna Galvin.[7] According to sources, Draka is pregnant and gives birth to Thrall.[citation needed]

Warcraft: Durotan

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Draka inherited her wolf companion, Ice, from Garad.

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Trivia

  • Драка (Draka) means 'fight' in Russian.

References

  1. ^ Horde Player's Guide, 172
  2. ^ Warcraft: Legends Volume 4, page 147
  3. ^ Warcraft: Durotan, pg. ?; assumes this isn't different in movie universe
  4. ^ Warcraft: Durotan, pg. ?; assumes this isn't different in movie universe
  5. ^ Golden, Christie. Rise of the Horde. ISBN 978-0-7434-7138-1. 
  6. ^ Golden, Christie. Lord of the Clans. ISBN 978-0-7434-2690-9. 
  7. ^ Marcus Errico and Jordan Zakarin 2015-07-11. Making the 'Warcraft' Movie: How They're Building a Better Video Game Film. Yahoo News.

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