WarCraft IV - Chapter 2 : A Path to RedemptionOrc Survivors Campaign (Bonus Prologue) - PART IV (Finale)WarCraft IV - Chapter 2 : A Path to Redemption1 hour ago in Fantasy
Days passed that the orcs had been wandering through the wilderness of the Dustwallow Marsh; battling against various sorts of hostile creatures, hunting wild animals for food and finding their way to Durotar. It was until they have finally come across the borders of the Dustwallow Marsh and the wide dessert plains of the Barrens. The orcs looked far upon the horizon. One of the orcs commented that the Barrens remind him of the Hellfire Peninsula. The orc leader stated to his warriors to fill up their water containers before they will leave the wet lands of the Dustwallow and marched upon the hot, dry and dusty plains of the Barrens. Based upon the map they carry; Durotar lies within the Barrens in which they are now closer than ever upon reaching the place.
Moments later, the orcs have finally left the region of the Dustwallow Marsh and had begun their journey to the Barrens. The hot dusty wind that blows upon their skin and t
WarCraft IV - Chapter 2 : A Path to RedemptionOrc Survivors Campaign (Bonus Prologue) - PART IIIWarCraft IV - Chapter 2 : A Path to Redemption1 hour ago in Fantasy
A week has passed and the stolen ship by the group of the orc survivors from Outland continuous to head towards the western route of the Great Sea, for nearly six days the orcs went to head on with their ship with no interference until something unexpected happened to them. Their ship had stopped moving. The orcs checked if there was no more oil left for the ship or if the engine is damaged. However, the engine of the ship is working properly and that there were still a lot of oil fuels left to keep the ship moving. The orc leader also checks the sail of the ship to see if it had any ripped on it yet there was none. The orcs then wondered of what was preventing the ship to move now. Suddenly, a fierce and loud bash came from the hull of the ship. It is as if something hit the ship from the bottom of the ocean. The orcs looked from where the loud bash came and check if it damaged their ship. Luckily, the bash did not do any major damage
WarCraft IV - Chapter 2 : A Path to RedemptionOrc Survivors Campaign (Bonus Prologue) - PART IIWarCraft IV - Chapter 2 : A Path to Redemption1 hour ago in Fantasy
The other footman spoke with utter disgust and said that he never imagine siding with a bunch of vile, savage and filthy orcs. He pointed that the orcs are their long time evil enemies and must never truly be trusted. The first footman agreed by noting that it was the Orcish Horde who had killed Admiral Daelin only recently despite having allied with them against the Legion and the Scourge. The footman captain had told them of the history of how the Orcish Horde led by the young warchief named Thrall had built their own kingdom in Kalimdor and were already peacefully separated from Theramore until it was the Kul Tiras who did started the war conflict between them. The other footman asked of who was this "Thrall" that he had been hearing of for quite some time now. The footman captain explained that Thrall was the orc that had been raised by Blackmoore as his own slave. Blackmoore intended to betray King Terenas of Lordaeron and overthro
WarCraft IV - Chapter 2 : A Path to RedemptionOrc Survivors Campaign (Bonus Prologue) - PART IWarCraft IV - Chapter 2 : A Path to Redemption1 hour ago in Fantasy
The news had spread out to the every corners of Outland about the return of the Legion. The chieftains of the few original Orcish Clans of Draenor that were living secretly in exile upon the isolated forested hills of Nagrand had immediately gone upon a meeting with one another. The chieftain of each major clan spoke of the recent events that had occurred in Outland; most especially upon the parts of the Hellfire Peninsula. They all knew that the forces of the Legion are much more numerous now than ever and that the demons being ruled by the freed Pit Lord Magtheridon have now tighter grip on the whole of Outland. They have also discussed about their current plans upon their joint forces and their next move for the sake of their own survival.
Tagar Spinebreaker, chieftain of the Bonechewer, insisted that they should stand strong at all costs as they must not let the demons consume what is left of them once more and turned them all perman