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==History==
 
==History==
Before the rise of the Horde two headed ogres were extremely rare. They were larger and more intelligent than other ogres and could even wield magic. At the the time of the [[First War]] [[Cho'gall]] was the first known ogre magi for generations, although [[Mogor|others]] [[Blackheart|later]] surfaced.<ref name="ToD 196">''[[Tides of Darkness]]'', 196.</ref>
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Before the rise of the horde two headed ogres were extremely rare. They were larger and more intelligent than other ogres and could even wield magic. At the the time of the [[First War]] [[Cho'gall]] was the first known ogre magi for generations, although [[Mogor|others]] [[Blackheart|later]] surfaced.<ref name="ToD 196">''[[Tides of Darkness]]'', 196.</ref>
   
 
During the [[Second War]] a small band of extremely loyal ogre enforcers were transformed into a new breed of ogre magi by [[Gul'dan]]. Using a series of rituals and an [[Altar of Storms]] created from warping and twisting the elf-magics of a [[Runestone]] of [[Quel'thalas]], Gul'dan was able to infuse the magical abilities of long dead Warlocks into the bodies of these unsuspecting hosts. Once hulking simpletons, the transformed ogre magi were now able to direct their death magics as easily as their lesser cousins would deliver a crushing blow to any foolish enough to stand in their path.<ref name="W2Man 73">''[[Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness|Warcraft II]] manual, 73.</ref><ref name="HPG 214">''Horde Player's Guide'', 214.</ref><ref name="MoM 74">''[[Manual of Monsters]]'', 74.</ref>
 
During the [[Second War]] a small band of extremely loyal ogre enforcers were transformed into a new breed of ogre magi by [[Gul'dan]]. Using a series of rituals and an [[Altar of Storms]] created from warping and twisting the elf-magics of a [[Runestone]] of [[Quel'thalas]], Gul'dan was able to infuse the magical abilities of long dead Warlocks into the bodies of these unsuspecting hosts. Once hulking simpletons, the transformed ogre magi were now able to direct their death magics as easily as their lesser cousins would deliver a crushing blow to any foolish enough to stand in their path.<ref name="W2Man 73">''[[Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness|Warcraft II]] manual, 73.</ref><ref name="HPG 214">''Horde Player's Guide'', 214.</ref><ref name="MoM 74">''[[Manual of Monsters]]'', 74.</ref>
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==Note==
 
==Note==
*In the Warcraft RPG, they were [[sorcerer]]s but in the World of Warcraft RPG they are [[mage]]s.<ref>[[Ogre mage?action=edit&section=7#version Document|World of Warcraft RPG Conhttp://www.wowwiki.com/Ogre_mage?action=edit&section=7#version Document]], 2.</ref>
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*In the Warcraft RPG, they were [[sorcerer]]s but in the World of Warcraft RPG they are [[mage]]s.<ref>[[World of Warcraft RPG Conhttp://www.wowwiki.com/Ogre_mage?action=edit&section=7#version Document]], 2.</ref>
 
*Metzen has stated in an interview that he would like ogres (and by extension ogre mages) to be playable one day along with [[Naga]], and [[goblin]]s.<ref>{{ref web |url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kei61shkWhU |title= Burning Crusade Behind The Scenes - The Draenei |accessdate=2010-05-07 |format= |work=YouTube }} Somewhere around 7:43.</ref>
 
*Metzen has stated in an interview that he would like ogres (and by extension ogre mages) to be playable one day along with [[Naga]], and [[goblin]]s.<ref>{{ref web |url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kei61shkWhU |title= Burning Crusade Behind The Scenes - The Draenei |accessdate=2010-05-07 |format= |work=YouTube }} Somewhere around 7:43.</ref>
 
*Ogre mages are sometimes simply called ogres, such as [[Mogor]] the ogre.
 
*Ogre mages are sometimes simply called ogres, such as [[Mogor]] the ogre.
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