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|Affiliation||Dawnchaser tribe, Horde, Sunwalkers|
|Position|| Chieftain of the Dawnchaser tribe|
de facto leader of the Shrine of Two Moons
|Relative(s)||Leza (wife), Redhorn (son), Cloudhoof (deceased son), Nala (cousin-in-law), Chezin (brother-in-law)|
" The dreams brought us here."
Mists of PandariaEditThis section concerns content exclusive to Mists of Pandaria.
As a follower of An'she, Dezco represents the first major tauren paladin with Aponi Brightmane had a minor role in creation of the Sunwalkers. Sunwalker Dezco is leader of the Dawnchaser tribe. His history is a short and simple one.
Tauren recieved strange dreams of a valley that was golden with blossoms and filled with peace. At the behest of Baine Bloodhoof Dezco, his wife Leza and other members of Dawnchaser tribe set sail at the peaceful waters to search for the place from their dreams. Leza also had visions that guided them all. On the endless seas his beloved wife was together with the rest of his tribe. They arrived few weeks later at the southern shore of Krasarang Wilds. But something was wrong with Leza, she had strong visions to fight with, and she was also a mother. Dezco and the rest of Dawnchaser tribe traveled to the north, but Leza soon became ill, Dezco gived his best to save her but despite his efforts she died giving birth to their twin sons. Dezco was on a mission for Baine Bloodhoof, following dreams and visions of a sunny lands of peace and harmony, yet so far in his journey he experienced nothing but a heartbreak, losing much of his people in the oceans and wilderness and his wife to eternal peace. Dezco discovered Anduin Wrynn at the Temple of the White Tiger, considering that prince was young, unarmed and friend to Baine Bloodhoof. Dezco patiently awaited the White Tiger's response and was gratified that his people along with the Horde would be allowed to access the Vale of Eternal Blossoms.
Dezco completed his mission and brought his people to the land they dreamed about, his journey was filled with sorrow, but despite failures he successed. Days later members of the Golden Lotus visited Shrine of Two Moons, organization dedicated to preserving the Vale, at Dezco's horror subject of their search were his children Cloudhoof and Redhorn - - the August Celestial Chi-Ji the Red Crane arrived at the shrine himself. Chi-Ji said only one of the children was meant to serve the Golden Lotus, and it was up for Dezco to choose.
Dezco tried to escape, to return to Mulgore, but it wasn't so easy. In yet another tragic turn, Dezco found himself at the battle against mogu and quilen. Redhorn snatched away by one of the beasts, as Dezco desperately fought to rescue his son, Cloudhoof (his other son) was crushed, Redhorn was saved be mysterious magical waters, but Cloudhoof couldn't be saved. Than Dezco realized something: the purpose of his visions, of his journey was to be one with the Vale, and little Redhorn was meant to fill that role he handed his son over Golden Lotus, certain that this was ultimate reason he'd come to the Vale at the first place, Redhorn and Dezco were home just there where they supposed to be.
The tauren all got simultaneous dreams of Vale. It wasn't just Dezco and his tribe, even Baine Bloodhoof had this weird dream. And all the other peoples had these wierd dreams not just the tauren. Baine decided to send Deyco and Leza, because she was only one who could see where to go. But poor Leza didn't live enough long to see the Vale she dreamed about. Instead, Dezco left to take his twins to the Vale, and upon arriving, nothing happened. Whatever dreams promised to him he certainly didn't get any kind of resolution once he'd reached the Shrine of Two Moons. The Golden Lotus shows up and tells Dezco that he has to choose, to give up one of his twins and allow the boy to be raised as some sort of protector of the Vale. But Dezco tried to escape to Mulgore, but he was attacked by mogu and quilen and one of his sons died. He gave his other son to the Golden Lotus to fulfill his visions.
The Thunder KingEdit
Dezco later traveled to the Tavern in the Mists, and was granted an audience with Prince Anduin and the enigmatic Wrathion. He later took up arms with the Sunreaver Onslaught, and accompanied the blood elven force to the Isle of Thunder. He and Archmage Aethas Sunreaver see to dismantling the local saurok presence.
Under Warchief Hellscream's orders, a Horde excavation force laid waste to sacred ground in the Vale of Eternal Blossoms, in an attempt to unearth yet more dangerous artifacts of use to Garrosh's cause. In retaliation, Taran Zhu confronted Dezco at the Shrine of Two Moons, and ordered him to leave the vale, threatening to use lethal force should the Horde not comply. Dezco was able to stall Zhu's wrath, informing him that the man responsible for this travesty no longer speaks for the rest of the Horde, and that indeed, many are now rising up against him. Dezco promised to bring Hellscream to justice, asking only time to make it happen.
Siege of OrgrimmarEdit
After the defilement of the Vale, Dezco, Nala and a group of Dawnchaser Braves joined with Golden Lotus Defenders before the Shrine of Two Moons. Dezco participated in the Siege of Orgrimmar, battling the Kor'kron orcs in the halls of the Underhold.