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Tharbek was a young orc warrior who served as Orgrim Doomhammer's second-in-command during the Second War.


Born in the world of Draenor, Tharbek was a member of the Blackrock Clan. At an unknown time, he like every Orc would later travel to the world of Azeroth. After Orgrim learned about the Gul'dan's betrayal from Torgus, Tharbek reported the loss of the passages in the Alterac Mountains. When the Horde was forced to retreat back to Blackrock Spire, Tharbek accompanied them and battling there against the Alliance. It is unknown what happened to him during the battle.[1]

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Warlords of DraenorEdit

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In the alternate timeline of Draenor, Tharbek served as a loyal, cunning warrior to Garrosh Hellscream and the Warsong Clan in the alternate timeline on Draenor. Following Garrosh's instructions, Tharbek was promoted to commander of the Ironmarch, and was tasked in leading the expeditionary Ironmarch assault through the Dark Portal with the help of Warlord Zaela, leader of the Dragonmaw Clan. He is later stationed at Blackrock Spire where he met his end by Alliance or Horde adventurers.