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With the Cataclysm consuming their home island of Kezan, the Goblins of the Bilgewater Cartel are shipped across the sea, intended for slave labor in Azshara, when they are caught in a naval crossfire (between a fleet of the Alliance and a single vessel of the Horde) off the Lost Isles. While there, they are attacked by the Alliance and ally with the Orcs to defeat both their mutual foe, the hostile natives of the Lost Isles, and dissent from within their own ranks.

Major members Edit Major member races include: The Orcs of Durotar. The surviving orcs of Azeroth's First, Second and Third Wars, who were released by Thrall from the Internment camps and led by him to form their new destiny in Kalimdor while attempting to embrace their once honorable, shamanistic ways and fight the corruption of demonic magic.

The Horde, main leader, vol'jin (Warchief of the Horde, Leader of the Darkspear Trolls thrall (Warlord over the Nation of Durotar, Horde representative in the Earthen Ring and former Warchief of the Horde) Sylvanas Windrunner (Queen of the Forsaken, Leader of the Horde in the Eastern Kingdoms) Baine Bloodhoof (High Chieftain of the Tauren lor'themar Theron (Regent Lord of Quel'Thalas. They were captured and later rescued from the interment camps, and now they serve the New Horde. Additionally they have a notable presence in the Mag'har including their Chieftain Jorin Deadeye. The Frostwolf clan is the largest concentration of orcs in the Eastern Kingdoms, residing in Alterac Valley since their exile by Gul'dan decades earlier. Warsong clan - Led by Garrosh Hellscream, these orcs have largely settled in Ashenvale Forest.

The Mag'har are orcs that have escaped corruption and remained in Outland through all three Wars. They are led by Greatmother Geyah, Thrall's Grandmother. Other notable members are Dranosh Saurfang, Garrosh Hellscream, and Jorin Deadeye.