|Main leader||Mayla Highmountain|
|Theater of operations||Unknown|
The Highmountain tribe is a nomadic tribe of tauren. The tribe consists of three clans: the Rivermain, Skyhorn, and Bloodtotem. The clans have been united for millenia, but due to the recent theft of a sacred artifact by the drogbar, the tribe is starting to splinter.
The Highmountain are a tribe of tauren that predates the War of the Ancients, as Huln Highmountain lived at that time. In the aftermath of the Third War, those that departed Highmountain live in Kalimdor, having an ancestral place in Feralas known as Camp Mojache, and Mulgore, respectively.
Those that remained in Highmountain have been all but forgotten by the denizens of Azeroth, but with the third invasion of the Burning Legion via the Broken Isles, adventurers come into contact with them.
Azeroth history Edit
Trag Highmountain was a tauren of this tribe; he left his fellows and joined a barony of Mordis. During a battle he died, but was raised as a Forsaken because of the powers of the Orb of Ner'zhul.
Betrayal of their undead tribesmanEdit
Trag returned with his tribe, but the shaman, Sulamm, betrayed him and ordered Ornamm to kill Trag whilst he slept with a spell. Trag was burning when he awoke and defeated the tauren party led by Ornamm without killing anyone. He confronted the shaman and even though his rage and the Lich King's whispers sparked a desire to kill Sulamm he couldn't, instead leaving him in trance because of his own spell. Trag left his tribe because of what they tried to do and because he could put them in danger.
- Mayla Highmountain - High Chieftain of Highmountain tribe
- Brave Highmountain - Action figure.
- Huln Highmountain - Spokesmen of the tauren that helped during the War of the Ancients.
- Melgromm Highmountain - Battled on the Stair of Destiny.
- Trag Highmountain - Served Barony Mordis until his betrayal, now a Forsaken.
- Gorn Highmountain - Father of Trag.
- Sulamm - Shaman of the Highmountain.
- Ornamm - Leader of a party led to kill Trag Highmountain.
In Legion EditThis section concerns content exclusive to Legion.
In the Legion expansion, the appearance of the ancient Highmountain tribe has been updated. Rather than the traditional horns of the Azeroth tauren, they have antlers. Resembling those of a moose, they are often etched in way to match their body paintings. These etches serve as tribal tattoos that they use to differentiate their clans and ranks.