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Naga are avaricious, dangerous and sadistic. Their millennia of aquatic banishment has only intensified their evil, power-hungry nature and made it so most races are unaware of their existence. Naga play well with blood elves, trolls, and other dark, independent powers, but only the rarest naga joins the Alliance or Horde.
 
Naga are avaricious, dangerous and sadistic. Their millennia of aquatic banishment has only intensified their evil, power-hungry nature and made it so most races are unaware of their existence. Naga play well with blood elves, trolls, and other dark, independent powers, but only the rarest naga joins the Alliance or Horde.
   
The naga traveling with Illidan have a more educated view of Kalimdor’s races than the naga who remain at the bottom of the sea or in one of the eastern outposts. These travelers hold the blood elves in high regard, as they are also evolved children of the Highborne, and they too fought with Illidan. The time spent together in battle made the two races respect and admire each other’s skills. They are united against all others, as they are currently the two most unpopular races on the continent.
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The naga traveling with Illidan have a more educated view of Kalimdor’s races than the naga who remain at the bottom of the sea or in one of the eastern outposts. These travelers hold the blood elves in high regard, as they are also evolved children of the Highborne, and they too fought with Illidan. The time spent together in battle made the two races respect and admire each other’s skills. They are united against all others, as they are currently the two most unpopular races on the continent.
   
 
The naga can either take or leave the [[goblin]]s and [[troll]]s, creatures who care nothing for their own pasts. The [[half-orcs]], [[furbolgs]], and [[pandaren]] do not trust the naga, and the naga feel the same way in return. They feel that [[divine]] magic practitioners are weak and without ambition. The naga are a neutral race for a very good reason: neither the [[Alliance]] nor the [[Horde]] will welcome them. The Alliance elicits nothing but rage in the minds of the naga. Their former brethren, the [[night elves]], still thrive on the continent, and have not forgotten their grudges with the naga. Their blatant hatred of the night elves is only rivaled by the night elves’ feelings for them. As night elf leaders [[Tyrande Whisperwind]] and [[Malfurion Stormrage]] are highly respected within the Alliance, their hatred and distrust of the naga has spread to the other races.
 
The naga can either take or leave the [[goblin]]s and [[troll]]s, creatures who care nothing for their own pasts. The [[half-orcs]], [[furbolgs]], and [[pandaren]] do not trust the naga, and the naga feel the same way in return. They feel that [[divine]] magic practitioners are weak and without ambition. The naga are a neutral race for a very good reason: neither the [[Alliance]] nor the [[Horde]] will welcome them. The Alliance elicits nothing but rage in the minds of the naga. Their former brethren, the [[night elves]], still thrive on the continent, and have not forgotten their grudges with the naga. Their blatant hatred of the night elves is only rivaled by the night elves’ feelings for them. As night elf leaders [[Tyrande Whisperwind]] and [[Malfurion Stormrage]] are highly respected within the Alliance, their hatred and distrust of the naga has spread to the other races.
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=== Combat ===
 
=== Combat ===
The naga have an army composed of various races. [[Mur'gul]] slaves are used as staging troops and cannon fodder, with artillery support from mighty [[Turtle|dragon turtles]].
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The naga have an army composed of various races. [[Mur'gul]] slaves are used as staging troops and cannon fodder, with artillery support from mighty [[Turtle|dragon turtle]]s.
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Naga males serve as shock troops; they deploy as infantry in close formations wielding scimitars, tridents and nets while females stand back hurling spells at the enemy. Males may have command over small numbers of troops but females will always be in overall command of any Naga force.
 
Naga males serve as shock troops; they deploy as infantry in close formations wielding scimitars, tridents and nets while females stand back hurling spells at the enemy. Males may have command over small numbers of troops but females will always be in overall command of any Naga force.
   
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** Water priest (adept at healing and watery magics)
 
** Water priest (adept at healing and watery magics)
 
* Buildings
 
* Buildings
** [[Temple of Tides]] (returning point for resources and trains [[Mur'gul Slave]]s and [[Mur'gul Reaver]]s)
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** [[Temple of Tides]] (returning point for resources and trains [[Mur'gul Slave|Mur'gul Slaves]] and [[Mur'gul Reaver|Mur'gul Reavers]])
 
** [[Shrine of Azshara]] (trains [[Siren|naga sirens]], [[couatl]] and naga priest)
 
** [[Shrine of Azshara]] (trains [[Siren|naga sirens]], [[couatl]] and naga priest)
 
** [[Altar of the Depths]] (revives hero or summons heroes)
 
** [[Altar of the Depths]] (revives hero or summons heroes)
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* {{RaceIconExt|NagaSeaWitch|Small}} [[Serena Scarscale]]
 
* {{RaceIconExt|NagaSeaWitch|Small}} [[Serena Scarscale]]
 
* {{RaceIconExt|NagaSeaWitch|Small}} [[Lady Darkscale]]
 
* {{RaceIconExt|NagaSeaWitch|Small}} [[Lady Darkscale]]
* {{RaceIconExt|NagaSeaWitch|Small}} [[Scilla Murkshadow]]
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* {{RaceIconExt|NagaSeaWitch|Small}} [[Scilla Murkshadow]]
 
* {{RaceIcon|Naga|Male|Small}} [[Prince Nazjak]]
 
* {{RaceIcon|Naga|Male|Small}} [[Prince Nazjak]]
 
* {{RaceIcon|Naga|Female|Small}} [[Lady Sarevess]]
 
* {{RaceIcon|Naga|Female|Small}} [[Lady Sarevess]]
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=== Tribal names ===
 
=== Tribal names ===
No information is available on the internal division of naga. However, the game has provided us with a list of names that are associated with naga NPCs.
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No information is available on the internal division of naga. However, the game has provided us with a list of names that are associated with naga NPCs.
   
 
====Azeroth====
 
====Azeroth====
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