Doom Lord Kazzak
|Set:||Ashes of Outland|
|Voice actor:||Chris Metzen|
The suffering of your minions fuels his eternal rage.
Hero Powers[edit | edit source]
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Decks[edit | edit source]
The below classes are listed purely for reference, and have no effect on the boss' use of the cards during the battle.
|Imprisoned Scrap Imp||2|
|Hand of Gul'dan||2|
|Fel Lord Betrug||1|
Strategy[edit | edit source]
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A priest with constant heals and buffs works well against this enemy
Dialogue[edit | edit source]
- Doom Lord Kazzak
- It is only a matter of time until all of your failed creation... is undone.
- For the Legion! For Kil'jaeden!
- A paladin?! I know your tricks! They will not work! (vs. a paladin hero)
- You should be on our side, "Demon Hunter". (vs. a demon hunter hero)
- Impudent whelps, you only delay the inevitable.
- Contemptible wretch!
- Your strength feeds me!
- I am sustained!
- Fall before me - I don't mind.
- And I thought the adventurers were annoying on Azeroth...
- You stand before a being with unimaginable power. Act wisely.
- Lord Kazzak was getting stale. I think "Doom Lord" adds a bit of... flair.
- The Legion will conquer all.
- Any warlock's area of effect spells
- All mortals will perish!
- Time Out!
- This bubble… not again!
- Any demon minion with 5+ Attack
- Even you see that the Legion's power is absolute!
Lore[edit | edit source]
- Supreme Lord Kazzak is a battle-hardened doomlord and commander of Burning Legion forces. After the Third War, Lord Kazzak remained on Azeroth, in the Blasted Lands, and later reopened the Dark Portal, allowing the Legion to invade once more and marking the beginning of the invasion of Outland. Though Doom Lord Kazzak himself was defeated, he returned as Supreme Lord in the war in Draenor.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Kazzak's paladin quotes are related to a common tactic in World of Warcraft: The Burning Cursade that paladin players use to defeat him. This tactic involved one-shotting him by stacking up Reckoning.