Since Thura is referred to as Broxigar's niece, does that mean that she is Varok's daughter and Dranosh's sister? I make this assumption because neither Brox nor Varok ever reference any other siblings besides each other.--AhotahThunderhorn (talk) 23:05, February 26, 2010 (UTC)

Though her father isn't named (at least in the excerpt on the WoW site), it explicitly says that he's not Varok:
"She was, after all, the only left of Brox's kin save for her sole remaining uncle, Saurfang the Elder, who had himself recently lost his son in battle." -- Dark T Zeratul (talk) 23:49, February 26, 2010 (UTC)

Broxigar's Battleaxe Edit

I just want to point out a couple of discrepancies with Brox's Axe and how it ended up with Thura.

1) Wasn't his magical axe last seen on the other side of the Well of Eternity stuck rather deep into the thigh of Sargeras the Fallen Titan? So how did it end up back on Azeroth in Thrall's possession?

2) Isn't High Overlord Varok Saurfang or in the least his son more worthy to wiled the axe, not some second rate niece no one's every heard about before? On an off topic, the events at Angrathar the Wrath Gate might have turned out for the better if Dranosh was wielding his uncle's legendary magic battle axe?

I'm looking forward to hearing your responses.AhotahThunderhorn (talk) 23:29, March 1, 2010 (UTC)

The first question as answered at the end of the War of the Ancients trilogy: the axe was found after the battle, and Korialstrasz presented it to Thrall and told him of Broxigar's heroism. The second question is answered in the excerpt on the WoW site: Thrall's most trusted shaman had a vision that it was meant to go to Thura. -- Dark T Zeratul (talk) 23:40, March 1, 2010 (UTC)

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