I would like that Stormreaver Clan (lore) was moved to the Stormreaver Clan page. And then on Stormreaver Clan page a text added like: This article is about the lore. For other uses, see Stormreaver Clan (disambiguation).


I would like this becuase I think 99% out of the cases, the people want to read about the (lore) article, not about the in-game guild with the same name.

--Ragowit 16:18, 1 November 2006 (EST)

Roleplaying/asshole blog

Hello. Not sure if this will be welcome here. For those who understand abbreviated French, there's this blog [1] which is run by someone impersonating a young warlock of the Stormreaver clan living in the Broken Isles with family and friends (assuming the clan is not dead and still active).

He speaks as the average blogging asshole youngster, ignorant and sometimes racist, unable to spell the shortest word, but his historic references are perfect though he tends to lie when his people hasn't got the good role in story. He's proud to be t3h b4d guy, r0x0r1ng w4rl0ck roflpwnd, and despises the Alliance and the Horde as well.--K ) (talk) 02:15, 13 July 2007 (UTC)

I very much doubt that this is something we need. --Ragestorm (talk · contr) 03:09, 13 July 2007 (UTC)
Right, so do I. Just saying that this was beginning to get famous among the French community ;-) You can't always be serious, can you?--K ) (talk) 03:41, 13 July 2007 (UTC)


Stormreaver Clan was in ancient times led by Chryphysalia, Grandess of the Crystals. Upon her death numerous amounts of highranked clanmembers took over during the coming generations. Turning the clan so ever ever brightened by the light of crystals further to the darkness of oil and lava. Soon the whole clan was poluted with orcs, thought it started with a mix of humans, dwarves and trolls. The Grandess was forgotten, her history was buried within the complacency of orcs.

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