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|Location||Stormstout Brewery, Pang's Stead, Valley of the Four Winds|
|Relative(s)|| Li Li (niece)|
Mojo Stormstout (presumed)
Chen Stormstout, a jovial and independent Brewmaster of Pandaria, like many other Pandaren Brewmasters, left his hidden empire to journey the lands, searching for exotic ingredients for his ever-evolving concoctions.
Chen's journeys eventually brought him to the land of Durotar, and his latest brew had a plethora of strange ingredients that he feared would be too hard to acquire. He almost lost hope for his recipe when he was met by Rexxar the travelling Beastmaster. Chen asked Rexxar to retrieve the ingredients for his brew - a barrel of Thunderwater, the egg of a thunder phoenix, and a sprig of thunderbloom.
Chen was overjoyed when Rexxar returned with the ingredients, and then mixed his special brew and offered some to Rexxar, who nearly toppled over from the shock of the volatile beverage! Then Rexxar asked if Chen was trying to kill him, probably in the rhetorical sense but possibly not.
Chen surmised that he would have to further examine the recipe, having completed one phase of his journey, Chen decided to pause his brewing and join Rexxar's adventure, so that he might better appreciate this beautiful, rugged land he had found himself in.
Chen and company went on a secret mission to Theramore Island to help the horde find out why the humans were attacking them. They met with Jaina Proudmoore, who decided to help them out, after seeing what her father had done. Chen helped Rexxar to defend Thrall and Durotar from Kul Tiras incursions. When the Horde was prepared they launched an attack that ended with the death of Grand Admiral Proudmoore.
After the battle Chen spent some time in Durotar teaching the brewmaster ways to the mentor of Brewmaster Drohn before travelling on. No one knows where he left afterwards, but several of his empty kegs have been found scattered throughout the Barrens. Like the rest of his people, he has apparently maintained his independence, joining neither the Horde nor the Alliance.
In World of WarcraftThis section concerns content exclusive to World of Warcraft.
Chen's existence is hinted at when Horde players find any of the many scattered around the Barrens. Finding one of these kegs can start a player on the short  quest chain (3 quests) from  who also gives a few bits of lore. He will also send the player a letter containing the Pandaren Monk if they purchased it.
I would like to introduce you to a long-time friend of mine: you will find this kindly pandaren monk is a most wonderful traveling companion.
May he lead you to new adventures across the face of Azeroth and beyond!
-- Chen Stormstout
In Mists of PandariaThis section concerns content exclusive to Mists of Pandaria.
At BlizzCon 2011, it was revealed that players would be able to meet Chen in the upcoming expansion Mists of Pandaria. He appears in the Stormstout Brewery dungeon, helping players by reclaiming his family heritage, and also his beer. He also appears throughout various subzones in the Valley of the Four Winds, beginning with Pang's Stead with his niece, . He serves as a quest giver while he himself is exploring Pandaria.
- Pang's Stead
- Stormstout Brewery
In Warcraft TCGThis section contains lore or items taken from the World of Warcraft Trading Card Game and expansion sets.
Chen Stormstout is a special Neutral Ally card in the World of Warcraft TCG Fires of Outland set. It is a special card that can be used by both Horde and Alliance players in the game. This mirrors the official lore as it appeared in previous material, in which Chen Stormstout's was a Neutral Hero in Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne, originating from a neutral and Independent race as stated in the Role Playing Game and other published lore.
- A likely relative of Chen is Mojo Stormstout.
- The random Pandaren Brewmaster Masha Storm-Stout may be related to Chen.
- β Patch 5.0.1 (Beta): Many more versions added.
- Patch 3.2.2 (2009-09-22): Added, but does not appear in-game.
- ^ "The Founding of Durotar: To Tame a Land", Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne. Blizzard Entertainment. Durotar. Chen Stormstout.
- ^ "The Founding of Durotar: Old Hatreds", Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne. Blizzard Entertainment. Coastal Base.
- ^ "The Founding of Durotar: A Blaze of Glory", Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne. Blizzard Entertainment.
- ^ Nethaera 2011-10-21. World of Warcraft Preview Panel: Mists of Pandaria. Official BlizzCon site (US).
Nethaera 2011-10-21. World of Warcraft Preview Panel: Mists of Pandaria. Official BlizzCon site (EU).
- ^ TCG Outlands/192
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