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The Nag'Ogar

Started by Sadok, April 29, 2015, 12:38:34 AM

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The Nag'Ogar (or Iron Warriors) are considered to be the backbone of the tribe in times of war. They're the trained professionals when it comes to all matters of warfare, and as such are considered to be some of the tribe's most valued fighters. Always the first to charge straight into battle, these orcs show the right example to fellow Red Blades of what a true fighting orc looks like. Part of the Path of Strength, the Nag'Ogar are led by the Rrosh-tul.


Long ago, in the days of the Wolfking, the orcs of Clan Redblade settled in the lands to the far north of Draenor. In the wooded valleys nestled between snowy peaks, they gave up their old lives as mercenaries and became hunters and farmers. Peace reigned and yet the threat of war was ever present.

The Wolfking knew that the clan needed a strong army to defend its lands. So, Kraag built a Greathall in the centre of their village of Kraag'gol. He selected the strongest and most loyal of the orcs to dwell there with him as a part of his household. These orcs became as brothers and sisters to him. They ate at his table, they trained together with axe, shield and bow. They became known as the Iron Warriors, the Nag'Ogar, in the ancient tongue of that land.

Over the years of Clan Redblade, the Nag'Ogar came to be respected above other orcs. For all orcs are warriors at heart, but few were more loyal or more brave than the Nag'Ogar. Many were the tales of their battles and their victories. Orc children learned the names of great heroes of the Nag'Ogar at their father's knee and each hoped to prove worthy to dwell in the Wolfking's hall when their time came.

The Clan Redblade is long gone now, swept away in the tide of the Legion and the Nag'Ogar is forgotten by all save a few. Yet the ideals that united these orcs remain. A pride in their clan and a respect for the warrior that each orc carries in his heart. Perhaps one day the Nag'Ogar shall once again mount their wolves and ride to battle in defence of hearth and clan ... and orc children will again learn the names of great heroes who fought as brothers and placed honour above all things.

Tribe History:

Within the Red Blade tribe, an antecedent of the Nag'Ogar were the Raiders. They were veterans of the tribe, having proven themselves in battle.

Orcs were formerly elevated to the status of Nag'Ogar upon taking the Rite of Om'riggor. With the introduction of the Gosh'kar and Gul'thauk ranks, the Nag'Ogar have become more specialised and so the Om'riggor no longer automatically entails promotion to Nag'Ogar.


Having become Oathbound of the tribe, accepted training from a Rrosh-tul and having organised and led a hunt with at least three fellow orcs to hunt down a worthwhile foe, and report back to the Chieftain with at least two of said orcs to confirm the report of the hunt.

Nag'Ogar of the Tribe [incomplete]:

((As it's gonna be impossible to recall all the Nag'Ogar that ever were, especially since it was once given to everyorc who took the Om'riggor, if I've missed any out let me know.))