The Origin of Azhag the Slaughterer

Level 8
Oct 23, 2006
The Great Fel Orc known as Azhag the Slaughterer came from the Cairn mountains, unlike other orcs he was raised in the wild. Having a near feral set of instincts, and a total lack of fear he quickly subdued the other orcs living in the Valley of Nag'hullak. He bore the fabled Mark of Nag'hullak on his chest, that made him the chosen warrior of Nag'hullak among the orcs. This symbol eventually made him considered to be the prophet of Nag'hullak by the orcs and his message was war.
In the year 20 of the Dorian Calender, Azhag moved across the plains in a sweeping pattern his hordes destroying and plundering all they came across. Until they reached what was known as Fort Civus, and the begining of the region known as D`or. Seeing their fellow orcs serving human masters was to much for the feral orcs to bare. They waited until night and during that night, they went into the fort, and told the orcs to help them destroy their human oppressors and follow the lead of Azhag, the prophet of Nag'hullak. In one glorious revolt the orcs destroyed the entire human army, and Gurth'kano was seen fleeing from the Fort.
So began the reign of the Feral Orc Chieftain, known as Azhag the Slaughterer.