It was the second half of the year that began to be known as the ‘War of the Gods’.
This was when the orcs were on the brink of victory over their enemies in the region, the humans.
The war would be fought out over the course of a few months, and by all accounts the orcs had won.
But the next few months would see a dramatic change.
In the aftermath of the defeat, the Horde would take over from the Alliance, and with it would come the return of the ancient dwarven and dwarven elven warlords.
The humans, on the other hand, were in an even worse position.
They had fought the orcish hordes for almost five hundred years, but had been slowly losing ground to the orc hordes, even with the help of their ally the dwarves.
This was a problem for the humans, and one that they had to work out in the coming months.
The human empire had been built over thousands of years by the dwarven dwarves.
Now, however, it was being undermined by the humans themselves.
The new warlords, led by the mighty and powerful Lord Commander Kael’thas Sunstrider, were attempting to re-establish the old order.
But even as they were gaining momentum, the human kingdoms were struggling to stay afloat in a sea of chaos.
This chaos was a direct result of the orcs’ victory over the humans in the previous conflict.
With their capital city of Orgrimmar destroyed, the orcs retreated from the world.
Kael’s army then began to invade the rest of the world, and even beyond.
The conflict would continue until the human empire finally succumbed to the orcs.
The next war would see the humans and dwarves fight again.
As the humans faced a greater threat, the warring tribes would fight over territory.
This would have a huge impact on the future of the races.
The first battle of the war would take place on the Broken Shore, where the orc forces led by Lord Commander Skarbrand were trying to retake the region.
But when the humans attempted to rally their forces, Skar and his men were met by the orcs and their allies.
As they faced the onslaught, Skarlbrand’s forces were overwhelmed and fell.
The orcs were now victorious.
In an act of incredible courage, the Alliance forces led a desperate defense.
But despite the Alliance’s best efforts, the forces of the Alliance were not able to hold their ground against the orc horde.
The orc forces would eventually defeat the Alliance and their army, leaving the Alliance with no hope of survival.
This battle would be the first to be called a ‘War.’
However, the word ‘war’ was soon given new meaning.
The term ‘warfare’ was born.
The use of the word meant that a battle was taking place in an area of the battlefield, a battle that was not fought in a traditional battle of men.
Instead, the battle was fought in an arena.
The arena was large and had multiple pits, pits that were filled with the bodies of the slain.
This made it possible for the orcs to use their sheer numbers and their brutality against the humans without any fear of retribution.
The death toll in the first two battles would reach an estimated 100,000 in the third, but the war itself would go on for several months.
During this time, the dwarvish and elven empires would also fall, as well as the dwarfish forces led the humans into a war with the dwarves, led the elves into a civil war with their own people, and the humans would be forced to deal with the new threat of the dwarves.
This war would continue for several years, and it would culminate with the final battle of all the dwarf and elvish empires.
For many years, the people of the human lands would mourn the loss of the dwarves and the elves, but it was not until the final weeks of the Third War that things would finally come to a head.
The dwarven forces led over two thirds of the remaining dwarven soldiers to join the Alliance.
However, this would not be the end of the orc invasion.
The third war was not the last, as it would lead to the destruction of both the human and dwarvese empires.
But what happened next would forever change the way the world viewed the war that had taken place.
After many months of fighting and a huge victory for the Alliance over the orcs, the final showdown would take a different form.
Dwarven and elves armies would come together for the final time.
With a powerful new ally in the form of Lord Commander Genn Greymane, the two empires would be able to take on the last remaining dwarv and elver forces.
This final battle would see both the elves and dwarves come to the brink, and ultimately the human forces would be defeated.
While the final war had been a massive one, the world had lost a lot of people.
Not only were there a number