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|The subject of this article was either removed from World of Warcraft or is no longer available due to the devastating Cataclysm.
|Location||Kurzen's Compound, Stranglethorn Vale|
Originally a noble and talented soldier from Stormwind, he led an expedition from Stormwind to Stranglethorn Vale. Unfortunately, sometime during the expedition he fell victim to foul magic; his mind becoming possessed by Mai'Zoth, a powerful Ogre mage of local Mosh'ogg Ogre clan, seeking to use Kurzen and his men for their own deeds.
Although the majority of Kurzen's men still follow their leader, a small group of his men, troubled by this sudden change in Kurzen, rebelled and estalished their own group at the Rebel Camp. Unlike Kurzen's force, the rebels loyalties still lie with Stormwind. Lieutenant Doren, leader of the rebels wants Kurzen's head to bring an end to his madness.
In Cataclysm EditThis section concerns content exclusive to Cataclysm.
Colonel Kurzen is killed by his own forces within the Stockpile. For crimes of "weakness" he was flung from the tower at the Compound.
- Garrote - Garrote the enemy, causing damage over time. Requires stealth.
- Smoke Bomb - Stuns nearby enemies for 3 sec. and puts the caster into stealth mode.
- Private Merle
- Bookie Herod
- Kurzen Subchiefs
- Kurzen Elites
- Kurzen Shadow Hunters
- Kurzen Witch Doctors
- Kurzen Headshrinkers
- Kurzen Commandos
- Kurzen Jungle Fighters
- Kurzen Medicine Men
- Kurzen's Agents
- Kurzen War Tigers
- Kurzen War Panthers
- Prior to patch 2.3.0 he was an elite mob.
- Colonel Kurzen is a reference to Apocalypse Now. Kurzen, who has gone "insane" and has an army to fight for him from a small, hidden compound, parallels Colonel Kurtz, played by Marlon Brando. The two Colonels' backstories are very similar. It is, by extension, a reference to Kurtz from Heart of Darkness, the Joseph Conrad novella upon which Apocalypse Now is based.