You will do as I command

Having expected what was about to happen, Malfurion leapt. In his wake, the green glow that Remulos had used on both the dragon and the satyrs struck where he had been standing. However, now there was a strong dark touch to it, one very much akin to the evil aura surrounding the ax. Malfurion faced Remulos.but not the Remulos he knew. The limb was still withered, no doubt, as the forest guardian had said, the result of having confronted Emeriss earlier.but Cenarius's son was now a vile, twisted...

Storm Over Stormwind

Broll stirred to consciousness, still aware that he could not recall just when he had fallen prey to the Nightmare. He found himself standing with Tyrande, Lucan, and the orc and facing a very aggrieved Eranikus. Worse, they were back in the Emerald Dream, or what remained of it. The group was situated in a deep valley that still retained the fading glory of the once-fabled realm. Tall hills surrounded them, but although they looked like strong, stern sentries, the druid was well aware how...

Further Reading

If you'd like to read more about the characters and circumstances that shaped Azeroth and led to the events of World of Warcraft Stormrage, the sources listed below provide additional pieces of the story. You can find more information about Malfurion Stormrage's past, including his valiant struggle against the Burning Legion and its agents, in Warcraft The Well of Eternity, Warcraft The Demon Soul, and Warcraft The Sundering, books one, two, and three of the War of the Ancients trilogy by...

May you be one of those the archdruid concluded aware that he had likely imagined what he had seen May Goldrinn watch

And as the dreamform army moved on the Nightmare, others called by Malfurion and aided in their journey by the other druids began to join them. From his multiple viewpoint, Malfurion saw the coming of not just ancients whose calling was war, but those of others. Their shapes were as myriad as the species of trees of Azeroth and though many were tenders of learned paths, they were all ferocious defenders of the natural world. Some were winged, others clawed, and though their numbers were not...