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| gender = Male
 
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In life '''Trevor''' was a priest of the [[Holy Light]] and friend to [[Leonid Barthalomew]]. He battled in the [[First War]] as a [[Clerics of Northshire|Cleric of Northshire]]. He died and was rised as an undead during the [[Third War]] but was freed from the mindless servitude of the Lich King by [[Sylvanas]]. In undead he still wears priestly robes in almost tolerable condition and refuses to wield the [[Cult of Forgotten Shadow|shadow]] even if the [[Holy Light]] abandoned him.{{cite|HPG|170}}
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In life, '''Trevor''' was a priest of the [[Holy Light]] and friend to [[Leonid Barthalomew]]. He died and was risen as an [[undead]] during the [[Third War]] but was freed from the mindless servitude of the [[Lich King]] by [[Sylvanas]]. In undeath, he still wears priestly robes in almost tolerable condition and refuses to wield the [[Cult of Forgotten Shadow|shadow]] even if the [[Holy Light]] abandoned him.<ref>''[[Horde Player's Guide]]'', pg. 170</ref>
One day he discovered a [[human]] in the [[Undercity]] and recognize him as being the famous [[paladin]], [[Andarin Lightblade]]. Leading the chance Trevor proposed him a deal: Trevor wouldn't alarm the guards and Andarin would speak on Trevor's behalf with the Argent Dawn as accepting the priest in their ranks. The deal was made and while the paladin kept the guards at bay the undead freed two prisoners, a mage and a young girl that Trevor knew well because he called her "my princess".{{cite|HPG|165, 170, 173, 179, 185}}
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One day, he discovered a [[human]] in the [[Undercity]] and recognized him as being the famous [[paladin]], [[Andarin Lightblade]]. Leading the chance Trevor proposed him a deal: Trevor wouldn't alarm the guards and Andarin would speak on Trevor's behalf with the [[Argent Dawn]] as accepting the priest in their ranks. The deal was made and while the paladin kept the guards at bay the undead freed two prisoners, a mage and a young girl that Trevor knew well because he called her "my princess".<ref>''[[Horde Player's Guide]]'', pgs. 165, 170, 173, 179, 185</ref>
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== Speculation ==
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Because Trevor called the girl he rescued "my princess", it can be speculated that the imprisoned girl could be [[Calia Menethil]], the princess of Lordaeron.
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==References==
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[[Category:Horde Player's Guide]]
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Latest revision as of 18:29, November 18, 2018

In life, Trevor was a priest of the Holy Light and friend to Leonid Barthalomew. He died and was risen as an undead during the Third War but was freed from the mindless servitude of the Lich King by Sylvanas. In undeath, he still wears priestly robes in almost tolerable condition and refuses to wield the shadow even if the Holy Light abandoned him.[1]

One day, he discovered a human in the Undercity and recognized him as being the famous paladin, Andarin Lightblade. Leading the chance Trevor proposed him a deal: Trevor wouldn't alarm the guards and Andarin would speak on Trevor's behalf with the Argent Dawn as accepting the priest in their ranks. The deal was made and while the paladin kept the guards at bay the undead freed two prisoners, a mage and a young girl that Trevor knew well because he called her "my princess".[2]

Speculation Edit

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Because Trevor called the girl he rescued "my princess", it can be speculated that the imprisoned girl could be Calia Menethil, the princess of Lordaeron.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Horde Player's Guide, pg. 170
  2. ^ Horde Player's Guide, pgs. 165, 170, 173, 179, 185
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