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Made a little update to my post!
Off Topic / Re: Reminiscing!
August 06, 2019, 05:00:22 PM
Who could forget lil' ol' Morgy?! Lovely to hear from you!

Now come back, Trakmar needs a new Warlock to bully!
Off Topic / Re: RL photos of yourself!
June 14, 2019, 11:49:03 AM
Pn the mountain with the doggo in feburary, and then a picture taken at a festival, wearing a popehat I found in a trashcan.
Applications / Re: The Dreadwolf Warband Roster
September 19, 2018, 07:17:41 PM
Name: Murokk Vileblade

Clan: Shattered Hand

Age: Mid 30's

Profession: Rogue

Warband Role: Scout, Assassin, Interrogator


Shattered Hand, born and raised. Much like the rest of his clan, Murokk is an orc that values personal freedom more than anything, leading to him being somewhat of a wildcard - If orders are given room for interpretation, he will not hesitate with interpreting an order and carry it out his own way, for better or worse.  And things can argueably get worse if he is placed on the frontline in a battlefield as that is a situation where he may well simply give in to the bloodlust, with him considering that just natural with his clan's views embedded in him.

In the eyes of orcs from more "honorable" clans, Murokk might just also be viewed poorly. While he is efficient in what he does, he is efficient by unconventional methods, using poisons, tricks and dirty fighting to get things done.
Applications / Re: Drokhgar
June 06, 2018, 05:57:30 PM
Looks like a fine application to me! The character's motivations and story are explained well, and any questions I had were answers.

Feel free to contact any of the following officers in-game: Kozgugore, Trakmar, Kogrà, Noshmarak.

Trakmar Beastbane

Self View: Being old, having been through many trials throughout his life and witnessed much strife, Trakmar has become a stubborn, very traditional and determined orc, but also one who is difficult to get to know and oftimes not looked upon favorably.

He sees himself as a tool for the spirits to use, in an almost fanatical sense and sees the spirits and elements as the only form of magic or force that is not corruptive in any way and therefore better than any other magic, regardless how much good everything else can do.

When it comes to the clan, Trakmar sees it as a way of old traditions coming back to life, dispite the clan's tolerance to warlocks, death knights and mages who he knows just tend to disappear anyway. While he does not agree with all of his Chieftain's decisions, he still follows loyally, and almost without questioning his chieftain.

Kozgugore Feraleye
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Kozgugore, Trakmar's Chieftain and an orc he considers a good friend. Through the years, Trakmar has followed with orc loyally, rarely questioning his decisions. He sees the Chieftain also as a bit of a kindred spirit, one to reminisce about older and better times with. He worries about the Chieftain's apparent lenience to warlocks and death knights however, something Trakmar thinks is likely a result of Morgeth.

Rhonya Steelheart
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Rhonya is a curious case to Trakmar. A turbulent past which he thinks he doesn't know even half of, a too trusting nature, bordering on gullible, and the many troubles of the past and somehow she is still alive. Either she is incredebly lucky, or the spirits have grand plans for her. Nevertheless, he has glad to have her around, dispite past hiccups, now even calling her a sister by blood which came as unexpectedly to the old orc, as it must've come to her. Young, but wise. Soft, but determined. All she needs now is to put on some muscle, train with a weapon and she will be a -proper- orc!

Revax Hellbrew
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Revax is Trakmar's longest-lasting sibling by bloodoath in the clan. Sure, the orc is a drunk, oftimes a buffoon with the mental capacity and attention span of a starved rat, but the two has been through hell and back, looking out for eachother. This is one Trakmar would not hesitate with giving his life to protect.

Kyrazha Throatrender
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Trakmar's mate, an orc that mirrors his own feral spirit. While times have challenged their bond, even violently severed it at one point, the two stand strong together again. He does worry for her young however, and the neglect she shows them. He tries to convince her that both of them should be raising them, but alas that is an issue when two equally stubborn mates are set in their ways.

Nosh'marak Ironclaw
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This orc has surprised Trakmar. A Shattered Hand halfwit that actually learned! For all the jokes and jabs Trakmar has thrown into this amputee's way, Ironclaw commands respect with good reason. He has a good head for strategy, a good head for leading.

Gashuk Felhand
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First, this warlock was bad news. Then, when Gashuk turned to shamanism he was a respected orc. Then when he left it behind again, a disappointment. And now, an abomination that should have stayed dead. Trakmar has nothing leftover for this orc. Plain and simple, if one is too cowardly to face death to the point of cheating it, one should be killed when found again.

Kroat the Rallier
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Trakmar sees that this orc only means well. He does his best, works hard and becomes a laughing stock when needed. Though the constant compliments gets tiring. Trakmar has little doubt at this point that Kroat would lick the ground Trakmar walks upon soon enough.

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Annoying, but an orc with potentional. We will see how it goes.

Mal'garr Firefist
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Whining, complaining, whinging, these words sum this warlock up. The only impressive thing about this Warlock is that he infuriates Trakmar even more than Gashuk ever did. A constant victim complex, useless dead wight leaves Trakmar wondering how the hell this orc survived to old age. At least age will soon claim him. If Trakmar doesn't first. As for a compliment, Mal'gar does work tremendously well on a one-way path out of the clan, so there's that.

Kogra Windwatcher
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A good Thur'ruk, loyal and smart, and a good fighter to boot. Largely a good orc, albeit too soft a lot of the time, but alas. That is common with Frostwolf blood. Hopefully, she will harden up with time. And lay off the horrible jokes about being blind.

Razaron the Primal
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An orc that shows much promise for the path of wisdom. He worked hard on the tasks, gets along well enough with the clan most of the time and dispite his oftimes strange antics, has a good head on his shoulders. Now, if he could only stay off the Bleeding Hollow traditions...

Zul'garr Tideraider
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Why in the world would the spirits curse Trakmar with a relative to Mal'garr, one argueably more annoying at that! Half the time he can't understand what the orc is saying and half the time he wonder how many times the orc's mother have dropped him on his head. The old orc would advocate for going back to the tradition of drowning the unwanted at birth, but he is convinced that Zul'garr would be too dense to even die from that.

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Tahara is an orc that Trakmar has found himself quite fond of. While he finds her a tad timid he appreciates her love for the hunt and her respect for the spirits. He sees her as eager, curious and adventerous, which reminds him of himself when he was young.

Kargnar Bloodpaw
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A respectable orc, Trakmar thinks. While they have butted heads in the past he has grown to appreciate the orc's presence over the years and respect him as Rrosh-tul.
Applications / Re: Application to join
May 17, 2018, 03:41:54 PM
Hello there, Zolrok and thank you for the interest!

Unfortunatley, the application you posted is very lacking, and incorrect according to the lore as well as missing your character's age. For example, if your character was born in Razor Hill, he'd be no older than 14-15 at most, and Gul'dan was dead well before that time.

I recommend you check out the two following links about the orcish lore and timeline respectively.

I hope this response was helpful. Looking forward to hearing from you! :)

- Thur'ruk Trakmar
The Campfire / Visions
November 12, 2017, 05:22:44 PM
"Spirits are complicated, as they have always been. Since the days of the first Shaman, Orcs have known this best as none upon the homeworld could had the connection with them that we do. Though we revere them, always be careful for they are mischievous as often as they are helping."

It had been months since Trakmar had heard from any of the tribe. Ever since the members dwindled and the spirit link as mysteriously broken, he like the others had faded to his own path. He himself had spent his time serving the wild spirits, sacrificing, honoring them. The Legion put the world in turmoil, and so it was only natural such work was needed. At times, even the spirit of earth had answered to his sacrifices though only in faint whispers, something he had not experienced since his youth on the homeworld.

Back on Kalimdor, the wilds of which he now strangely called home he had largely remained. Winterspring had become a welcome refuge for the old orc, especially since it seemed more or less untouched by the Legion save for the odd demon. He had considered remaining here, retire as it were and focus on raising his daughter.

"Rokarna... Been months since I last saw her. At least she is safe on the homeworld."
A comforting thought. Though with the Legion invading he had not dared bring her back to Azeroth in case the world would see a similar fate to Draenor.

Trakmar sat by the fire outside his den, eating a stag he and Kyrazha had hunted. He had tried to make her join his rites and rituals, albeit with varying success, and some difficulty in the beginning. The effect of being raised by another race still sat to some degree, though he had done what he could in order to make her a more traditional orc which had worked to some success.

He looked around in their small camp, thinking. Everything appeared normal. He and his mate enjoyed the result of their hunt, as well as their companions. Lian  and Ka’rogh resting in their den and J’ror resting by the two orcs near the fire. He set his eyes on the fire again, thinking until Kyrazha broke the silence.

“Thinkin’ about them visions again, Trakmar?”  She asked, while looking at him.

Trakmar suddenly snapped out of his thoughts, looking to Kyrazha and nodding.
“It’s been months since we last saw the Tribe. The link mysteriously broke, along with the connection to the old clan’s ancestors.  What the wolf first showed me in the visions was mountains and vague figures. But now they be more clear - The Chieftain, Rhonya, Kargnar and others residing in red mountains. And a  wolf howling in pain. All I know, it shows old tribesorcs, and Stonetalon. Though  I cannot make sense of anything else.”

The old orc grunted, bothered by the visions vagueness, despite being perfectly familiar with how visions tend to be like that. After a pause he spoke again; “We should go there. Though I can’t get rid of the feeling that bad things will happen.
He looked back to the fire in contemplation, then to Kyrazha again as she placed her hand on his shoulder.
“Then we go. Of what use be we here in these mountains anyway? Demons invade this world and we do… What exactly? We go south. Maybe meet with Steelheart. Then you two can talk about the vagueness of spirits together instead of boring me with it!”

A snappy tongue on her as always, Trakmar thought. He grunted at what he found to be somewhat insulting to the spirits granting the visions, but nodded in agreement anyway. She was right. If Rhonya was still in the Barrens and alive, it wouldn’t be unreasonable to assume she’d have visions as well. Perhaps some answers too. As he spoke, he pushed himself to his feet and took his poleaxe, then looked down at Kyrazha.
“Then we had best move. Days don’t last long here this time of the year, and we be having some distance to cover.”

With her usual smirk, Kyrazha pushed herself to her feet as well, grabbing her bow and the few other belonging they had, followed shortly by Lian and the two worgs.

They put out the fire, then started wandering...

Game Related / Re: WoW: Legion - Discussion
August 05, 2016, 07:13:46 AM
Quote from: Krogon on August 05, 2016, 01:40:53 AM
Quote from: Arkail on August 05, 2016, 01:27:23 AM
Quote from: Krogon on August 05, 2016, 01:22:39 AM
Quote from: Kozgugore on August 05, 2016, 12:57:17 AM
Quote from: Srelok on August 04, 2016, 10:55:48 PM
Quote from: Rhonya on August 04, 2016, 10:40:46 PM
My only question.. Where were the bloodelves..?

Doing the real work. ;)

So, ERPing in Silvermoon?

While shrewd watches.


...and Koz watches shrewd.

And krogon watches koz from the afterlife

But who watches the Watching Krog?

Trak got you covered. Hunter see ALL! But are seen by none!
Game Related / Re: What's your themesong
May 15, 2016, 03:30:03 PM
Something like this for Trakmar, I imagine:

And for Threkna, something slightly more upbeat!

Off Topic / Re: Heroes of the Storm weekend group!
March 26, 2016, 12:27:31 AM
Preferred role: Melee/ranged specialist
Secondary role Ranged assassin
What can you bring to the team?: Decent pushing, stalking the battlefield to steal kills
Best hero/s?: Azmodan, Valla, Xul, Sylvanas, Tyrande

Off Topic / Re: Now playing and a bottle of pills...
March 25, 2016, 11:35:19 AM

Something Nice and sweet for the early morning
Off Topic / Re: The Question Thread
March 18, 2016, 11:11:37 PM
Country, without a doubt. I can't stand big cities for more than a day at most, and that's straining it.

Favotire muscisian/band?
Off Topic / Re: The Question Thread
March 18, 2016, 01:28:34 PM
Khal Drogo.

Favorite beverage?
Off Topic / Re: Now playing and a bottle of pills...
March 17, 2016, 09:38:32 PM
Throwing in some melodeath!