She was born in Stormwind at the orphanage. Her mother died after giving birth, and did not give much information on her history.
"Her name shall be Satara," the woman spoke "for that is the name of her Father's mother." Why don't you bring her to live with her father? Has he deceased? What is her surname? Many questions were asked of her but she was too weak to answer. She was buried near Goldshire, but she had no tombstone marking her.
Satara lived a happy childhood in Stormwind. She was one of the smartest in her class. When she was seven, a few men visited her school. They were trying to convince students to join paths similar to their own. A mage, a priest, a warrior, a blacksmith, and a tailor greeted the children with great smiles on their faces. Satara considered to be a warrior, but at the time she was young and easily convinced not to when her friend Thom told her that "Women can't be warriors. Well - they can but I here they get treated like scum and it takes forever to get to ranks compaired to men."
She had no intention of being a priest or a blacksmith or a tailor ("Too plain."). She decided on mage. Thom said, "If a woman can't be a warrior- what makes you think she can be a mage?" By now Satara started to think lowly of Thom's views and retorted back. "What about Jaina Proudmoore?" Thom could think of no reply.
Satara set of to become a mage, and for seven years she trained. She could- of course -cast only minor spells. At fifteen she was given a small task that would change her life.
"I need you to pick up a parcel for me from the Slaughtered Lamb." asked her mentor.
"But sir, I've heard strange things about that place. People go in and they turn out changed. I heard that warlocks go there. You told us about warlocks. You say they are no good. Why send me to a place such as that?"
"Just go. Mr. Moore owes me quite a sum of money."