|Title||<Chieftain of the Bowtotem tribe>|
CataclysmEditThis section concerns content exclusive to Cataclysm.
Following the Shattering, the Alliance discovered that the Grimtotem Tauren were not in good terms with the Horde, and decided to use it for their advantage. Force Commander Valen sends Alliance adventurers to meet with "Cookie" McWeaksauce and help him to make an offering to the Grimtotem tribe.
Once the food was done, the adventurers are sent to Grimtotem Post, where they speak with Ton Windbow, the ambassador of the tribe. After the adventurers give him and his guards the offering, Windbow was very surprised and amazed by the taste of the food, and saw that the Alliance would be a great valuable help to destroy their Horde enemies.
Agreeing to join the Alliance, Ton Windbow sent his Terms of Service to Force Commander Valen, stating that if the Alliance truly wished to help, that they would have to arm the tribe with more and better weapons. Once the adventurers gathered enough armament crates, they are sent to Grundig Darkcloud, with whom the negotiations continued and ended with success.
Rise of the LegionEditThis section concerns content exclusive to the Warcraft novels or short stories.
After Darkcloud's death, Ton Windbow still remained loyal to the Alliance. Renaming the Grimtotem tribe into the Bowtotem tribe, Ton rallied all surviving Grimtotem Tauren that were loyal to him. With Valen's aid, Ton and the Bowtotem Tauren went on to sail across the Great Sea and began to settle in the Eastern Kingdoms.
In the World of Warcraft: The Dark Below, Ton Windbow is stationed in the Stormwind City Outskirts where he and his people constructed their village. During a questing, Ton thanked Anduin for everything.
- Ton Windbow says: Grundig is nearby. Look there.
- Ton Windbow says: Your highness, I wish to thank you for everything that you did for me and my people. The Bowtotem tribe is at your debt and service.
- Anduin Wrynn says: It is a true honor my friend. Your people are welcome to stay in Stormwind.