Oakwidow is a rather sinister one-eyed night elf, who seems to enjoy the torment of others. It is unknown how she acquired the deep scar where here left eye once was, but her further dark machinations are followed in three short stories found in the book Warcraft: The Roleplaying Game.
In the first short story, she watches Horde and Alliance members clash with unholy bloodlust in a cursed vale in Kalimdor, until an orc and a human, realized she was watching, and that she might be the one behind the battle, they joined forces against her, but Oakwidow managed to kill the orc with flaming arrows empowered by Elune, and entangle the human in roots before leaving.  ( )
In the second short story, she tricked the orc blademaster Redjaw and some of his comrades to head to a dwarven mining town looking for work, but they were soon attacked by undead dwarven, elven and human corpses that have taken over the town and its mines.  ( )
In the third short story, she lies to a group of adventurers, including Ramox, Jergen, Brother Sebast, and the tauren Stormhoof in order to get them to attack a night elf encampment and mine guarded by ancients, which she claimed were completely harmless.  ( )