One can see the Paladin Firebelch on Cenarion Circle, as "Firebelch." Because of his revered status with Ironforge, there are a few statues of him in Wildhammer Clan Strongholds, Bronzebeard dwarf holds, and dwarven towns all over Khaz Modan.
Morok's Views on Azeroth include the following:
- Believes in avenging grudges done to the dwarven races. Most Orcs, Trolls, undead, and all demons are beyond redemption. Orcs and trolls have always fought the dwarves, the undead killed their allies to the north, and demons simply must be eliminated.
- Opposes Slavery fanatically. Important dwarves sold into the slavery are rarely ever found and freed again, thus all who deal in slavery have committed the greatest crime against the dwarven people, and there is no escape save death.
- While most of the horde presents a threat to the dwarven people, Morok believes the tauren lie completely blameless, knowing that they are just honoring a blood debt. Never the less, any tauren that threaten Ironforge must be annihilated.
- Dragons are fine by him. They're just animals, and can be bought off with some food and a belly rub. He is even known to keep a black dragonflight whelpling named "Burns" as a pet.
- The Alliance
- The Naaru
- Hammer of Magni URL
- Burns: A Black Dragon Whelp that Morok bought for five gold. Burns is a friendly dragon whelp that wants nothing more than to eat, sleep, play, and be petted.
- Kargrim Gro-Hogwash: An orcish peon that acts unusually friendly to Morok. Kargrim visits Elwynn Forest for the Darkmoone Faire and keeps to himself.
- Thelynissa Duskrender: A Blood Knight that Morok describes as a "Dwarf trapped in an elf's body." Morok leaves her alone, so long as no Alliance are hurt.
- "Dark Eye" Caley Patterson: A Forsaken Pirate (formerly of the Southsea Freeboaters) Caley has yet to provolk some sort of response from Morok.
- Hadelas Rommulus: a somewhat dimwitted human warrior.
- Willheim: Morok has heard stories of "The burning man," and how he hungers for revenge against the undead scourge, even in death. On the negative side, however, they say that Willheim wears the bodies of other humans as suits until they burn away. Morok is not entirely sure whether Willheim is a friend (who fights the undead scourge) or an enemy (who murders random humans) or if he is just a myth.
- Kallard Duskrender: In addition to being a blood elf, Kallard has caused quite a ruckus during Hallow's End when he somehow broke into the guild hall and forcibly danced with a guildmember (which the player, at the time, was sure was a female... boy howdey was I wrong.) It is blatantly obvious to Morok that Kallard is insane and therefore needs to be monitored.
- Blood Elves: Morok is highly skeptical of all Blood Elves, and when they are in Alliance Territories, he will keep a careful, ever-watchful eye on them.
- The Horde: Morok has "bigger itches to scratch." While the Horde might oppose the Alliance, and Morok will try to stop them if need be, there are things out there that threaten the entire world.
- Dark Horde
- Bhiggo Rottingbum "He was supposed to die. Someone like him was never meant to walk Azeroth... ever!"
- Undead Scourge
- Burning Legion
- Dark Iron Dwarves
- Fel Horde
... to name six...