Demon Hunter Prologue

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Demon Hunter Prologue[1] is a single-player mission added on April 2nd 2020, right before the release of the Ashes of Outland expansion.

The single-player solo adventure is found under the Ashes of Outland tab in the Solo Adventures screen.

Summary[edit | edit source]

The prologue to the story of the Demon Hunter is explained in a series of four boss matches against Azzinoth, Xavius, Mannoroth and Cenarius. The player takes the role of Illidan Stormrage, with the first two boss fights with him as a mage, and the rest with him as his current demon hunter self. Defeating all four bosses will unlock the Demon Hunter class and reward you with all of the demon hunter Basic cards and the entire Demon Hunter Initiate set. The cards were locked from play until April 7, 2020, the date of release for Ashes of Outland.

Boss Hero Power Notes
Azzinoth(211155).png
Warglaives(211156).png
Xavius(211181).png
Wither Soul(211182).png
This is a cooperative fight against Demonic Portal
Mannoroth(211170).png
Felstorm(211171).png
Cenarius(211158).png
Nature's Grasp(211159).png

Lore[edit | edit source]

This adventure takes place roughly ten thousand years ago. It tells the story of Illidan during the War of the Ancients from his own perspective.

From Wowpedia:

The War of the Ancients was a major conflict which constituted the first coming of the demonic Burning Legion to Azeroth 10,000 years prior to the events of the First War. One of the largest and most costly wars in Azeroth's history, the War of the Ancients influenced the fate of all life on the planet for millennia to come. The conflict ultimately led to the Great Sundering, a cataclysmic event which tore the planet's landmass apart, thus altering its history permanently. It was the first time one of the Legion's invasions of a world had ever been stopped.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

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References[edit | edit source]

  1. Chadd Nervig on Twitter. (2020-03-24).