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Lorena is an officer in the Theramore Guard. She is one of the very few female soldiers and has worked very hard to gain what she has attained. She is one of Lady Jaina Proudmoore's most trusted soldiers and Proudmoore frequently makes good use of Lorena's military leadership abilities. She is utterly loyal to Jaina.

BiographyEdit

Early LifeEdit

Born in the kingdom of Kul Tiras, Lorena grew up with her father and nine brothers, who were all soldiers that served in the Kul Tiras City Guard. Despite being a young woman at an early age, Lorena wanted to be a soldier like her entire family that she wanted to make them proud of. She began her training and learned how to be a highly, skillful fighter, something that impressed her father so much. After the Third War ended, Lorena was promoted to colonel by her friend Jaina Proudmoore.

Cycle of HatredEdit

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Lorena was one of the main characters in Cycle of Hatred. After the Third War, Lorena was promoted by Jaina herself to a colonel. Margoz was one of the recruiters at Theramore at the Demonsbane Inn, Burx was believed to fool Thrall and make the Horde forces, and Kristoff to get the forces of Theramore while Jaina Proudmoore's absence. Kristoff had tasked Lorena into going with a regiment of soldiers including the Theramore Elite Guard to Northwatch. She took with her four senior officers, and dropped the reinforcements at Northwatch, but continued to Bladescar instead of taking command searching for Lady Proudmoore. She arrived and met Aegwynn and Jaina and rescued them from Bladescar by Zmodlor's wards, they found the minor demon, and destroyed Zmodlor forever.[1][citation needed]

Battle for AzerothEdit

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While it remains uncertain if she survived the attack on Theramore, Jaina believed she perished and would express her deepest condolences to Lorena's father on what had happened. Her father didn't say anything and walked away from Jaina to continue mourning for his daughter.

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