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:''For information on how to defeat Illidan Stormrage in World of Warcraft, see [[Illidan Stormrage (tactics)]].''
 
:''For information on how to defeat Illidan Stormrage in World of Warcraft, see [[Illidan Stormrage (tactics)]].''
   
'''Illidan Stormrage''', known as the Betrayer, is currently the self-proclaimed Lord of [[Outland]], ruling from the [[Black Temple]]. He was born as a [[night elf]], and as stated by [[Maiev Shadowsong]], is now "neither demon nor night elf, but something more". He is the twin brother of [[Malfurion Stormrage]], and was (perhaps still is) in love with [[Tyrande Whisperwind]]. Once an unusually gifted [[Sorcerer]], his exact powers today are difficult to classify.
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'''Illidan Stormrage''', known as the Betrayer, is currently known as the homosexual Lord of [[Outland]], ruling from the [[Pink Temple]]. The black Temple, known as his headquarters where he performs twisted, bizarre sex games with his unlucky victims. He was born as a [[night elf]], and as stated by [[Maiev Shadowsong]], is now "neither demon nor night elf, but something more". This is confirmed since he was raped by a tauren (explained by the horns) causing him to mutate cause of his living in denial. He is the twin brother of [[Malfurion Stormcock]], and was (perhaps still is) in love with [[orc lord Thrall]]. Once an unusually gifted [[Sorcerer]], his exact powers today are difficult to classify.
   
His pursuit of power and arcane mastery has led him to commit a number of horrific acts against his own people and the races of [[Azeroth]], including defecting to Sargeras during the [[War of the Ancients]] and creating the second [[Well of Eternity]]. For his actions, he was imprisoned for ten thousand years, until his release almost a decade ago.
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His pursuit for sexual pleasure and "arcane mystery games" has led him to commit a number of horrific acts against his own people and the races of [[Azeroth]], including damaging a night elf child's anus with his approxidamentely 5 metre cock causing the minor elf to implode. For his actions, he was imprisoned for ten thousand years, until his release almost a decade ago.
   
He has come to be called the [[Betrayer]] for his acts against the night elf people and now also carries the title of Lord of Outland. He was introduced as a [[Black Temple]] raid boss in [[Patch 2.1]].
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He has come to be called the [[Betrayer]] for his acts against the night elf people and now also carries the title of Lord of Brown Love (named after his thirst for sex involving human waste). He was introduced as a [[Pink Temple]] raid Pimp in [[Patch 2.1]] where the player had to participate in numerous bizarre sex games, including the infamous "banana-rager".
   
 
Illidan is voiced by [[Matthew Yang King]] in ''Reign of Chaos'' and ''The Frozen Throne'', and [[Jeff Bennett]] in ''The Burning Crusade''.
 
Illidan is voiced by [[Matthew Yang King]] in ''Reign of Chaos'' and ''The Frozen Throne'', and [[Jeff Bennett]] in ''The Burning Crusade''.
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It should be noted that the 'altered history' referenced is the official history of the Warcraft setting.
 
It should be noted that the 'altered history' referenced is the official history of the Warcraft setting.
   
Illidan (aka The [[Betrayer]]), twin brother of Malfurion, practiced the Highborne magic. In his youth, he attempted to master the druidic forces, as his brother had, but the sorcery called to him in a way that the magic of the land did not. Unlike this brother, Illidan was born with golden eyes, at the time a sign of a great destiny - however, this actually indicated inherent druidic potential [http://www.wow-europe.com/en/info/encyclopedia/508.xml]. When Malfurion and Tyrande had found their destiny, Illidan was still searching for his. Though not a Highborne himself, he became the personal caster of the military leader [[Ravencrest]].
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Illidan (aka The [[Betrayer]]), twin brother of Malfurion the anus fixator, practiced the Highborne cock lifting tournaments. In his youth, he attempted to master the the art of lifting heavy weights with his own penis, as his brother had, but the bizarre "hobby" called to him in a way that the order of the land did not. Unlike his brother, Illidan was born with a oversized penis with glowing golden eyes, at the time a sign of a great destiny - however, this actually indicated inherent cock lifting potential [http://www.wow-europe.com/en/info/encyclopedia/508.xml]. When Malfurion and Tyrande had found their destiny, Illidan was still searching for his "lost third penis" as the legend goes. Though not a Highborne himself, he became the personal lifter of the sports leader [[Ravencrest]].
   
When [[Archimonde]]'s invasion of Azeroth had begun and Azshara's treachery became known, Malfurion convinced Illidan to leave his queen. Illidan followed his brother. But as [[Cenarius]] and the [[dragon]]s entered the battle, Malfurion came to understand that their adversaries were too powerful to fall in combat. To end the invasion, he plotted the destruction of the [[Well of Eternity]].
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When [[Archimonde]]'s invasion of Asseroth had begun and Azshara's big sex party became known, Malfurion convinced Illidan to leave his transvestite partner. Illidan followed his brother. But as [[Cenarius]] and the [[dragon]]s entered the "orgy", Malfurion's anus was severely injured by the dragons giant scale cock, causing a blood bath, this made the dragon (and Illidan) to understand that their adversaries were too powerful to fall in the art of sex. To end the orgy, he plotted the destruction of the [[Malfurion]].
   
The idea appalled Illidan. The Well was the source of his magic - and likely of the elves' immortality - and its loss was a price far too dear for him to pay. In addition, the night elf found that he increasingly admired the powers of the Burning Legion, seeing a magical purity that underlay their chaotic behavior. Where the Night Elves struggled to maintain their ground, the Burning Legion's numbers did not seem to permanently diminish. The [[satyr]] [[Xavius]] seized upon his doubts, exploiting his confusion to plant seeds of distrust into Illidan's mind.
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The idea appalled Illidan.
   
Illidan had strong feelings for [[Tyrande Whisperwind]], a novice priestess in the [[Sisters of Elune]]. Illidan so desired to impress Tyrande that he often acted without thinking, particularly in magic; he never realized that these displays weren't quite what the priestess was looking for in a mate. But while Illidan struggled to win her heart, none of them realized that the battle was over soon after it had begun; Tyrande had chosen Malfurion almost from the beginning. Xavius magically planted the suggestion in Illidan's mind that if Malfurion were to die, Illidan would no longer have a rival for Tyrande's love. Finally the sight of Tyrande in the arms of his brother Malfurion shattered his final link with the defenders.
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Illidan had strong feelings for [[The Jaara Prince of Andreana]], a novice princess in the [[Fraadi tobacco store]]. Illidan so desired to impress The Jaara Prince that he often acted without thinking, particularly in using his penis; he never realized that these displays weren't quite what the priestess was looking for in a mate. Even though Illidan had his large cock outside of his pants everytime he entered the store, The Jaara Prince were more impressed by the "smoky farts" that came out of Illidans ass. But while Illidan struggled to win her heart, none of them realized that the battle was over soon after it had begun; The Jaara Prince was married to a packet of Jaara, and therefore led Illidan to a never ending spiral of despair.
   
Illidan, with a new plan spurred into his mind, journeyed to [[Zin-Azshari]]. There he feigned allegiance to Azshara and [[Mannoroth]]. Illidan's plan was to obtain the [[Demon Soul]], an artifact of great power created by [[Deathwing]], which had the ability to close the portal which was allowing the demons to enter Kalimdor. However to put this plan in action, Illidan had to gain more power.
 
 
Illidan was eventually brought before Sargeras himself, who quickly discovered the night elves' plan to obtain the Demon Soul for the Legion. Sargeras was pleased with this plan, and gave Illidan a "gift" in return for his allegiance. Illidan's eyes were gouged out, and orbs of mystic fire set in their place that allowed Illidan to see all forms of magic, and arcane tattoos covered his body. Azshara was fascinated by the "new" Illidan (who was wary of her advances), but remained cautious, sending Captain [[Varo'then]] to accompany Illidan in his search for the Demon Soul.
 
 
After the [[Great Sundering]], Illidan scaled the peaks of [[Mount Hyjal]], where he found a small, tranquil lake. There he poured the contents of three of the vials into the waters. The chaotic energies quickly manifested, tainting the lake and twisting it into a new Well of Eternity. Illidan's joy was short-lived however, when his brother, Malfurion, Tyrande and the rest of the kaldorei leadership discovered him - and all were horrified at what he'd done.
 
 
Unable to accept that his brother had committed such treachery, Malfurion tried again to explain to Illidan the folly of his ways. The magic, he insisted, was chaotic by nature, and it could only bring about destruction so long as it existed. Illidan refused to listen, so enraptured by the magic's power that his brother seemed to him an unknowing fool. Illidan claimed that magic would be needed should the Burning Legion ever return.
 
 
The lack of remorse shook Malfurion to his core and he raged at his brother, understanding now that Illidan was lost forever to the magic's sway. He ordered him imprisoned deep below Hyjal in a jail kept far from sight and mind.
 
 
=== Release from prison ===
 
[[Image:Illidan_Anim.gif|thumb|left|Illidan's Warcraft III animation]]
 
Illidan languished for 10,000 years in a lightless prison. [[Califax]], a [[Keeper of the Grove]], and a contingent of night elves kept constant guard over the Betrayer. Release came at the unexpected hands of Tyrande, who slaughtered the night elf guards in the hopes of using Illidan against the Legion, which had returned to Azeroth at the hands of the [[Scourge]]. With his love for Tyrande undampened through the millennia of confinement, Illidan agreed to help. He swore to throw back the Legion and to depart from the night elves forever.
 
 
Malfurion opposed Tyrande's decision, thinking the murder of the guards vile and the release of Illidan a catastrophic mistake. Frustrated that his brother remained unchanged and eager to prove to him that the demons had no hold over him, Illidan left Malfurion behind, leading a force of night elves into [[Felwood]] to hunt down the Legion. While in Felwood, he encountered [[Arthas]], Champion of the [[Lich King]], and they engaged in combat. The fighters were equally matched, and the combatants reached an impasse. Illidan stopped the duel and demanded to know why Arthas had tracked him. Arthas responded openly, telling Illidan about the [[Skull of Gul'dan]], the demonic artifact that had corrupted [[Felwood]]. He explained that if the artifact were destroyed, the corruption of the forests would halt. To ensure that Illidan would take the bait, Arthas spared no detail of the Skull's power, adding that [[Lich King|his master]] knew of Illidan's thirst for power.
 
 
Although Illidan did not trust Arthas, he nevertheless sought the Skull and its power out.
 
 
[[Image:IllidanDemon.jpg|thumb|Illidan became a black demon after consuming the power of the Skull of Gul'dan]]
 
A great Demon Gate defended the Skull as Illidan and his forces had to fight mightily to gain access to the artifact. Driven by necessity and influenced by the belief that with the increased power, he could at last redeem himself in the eyes of Malfurion, he shattered the demonic seal and used the Skull's powers for his own.
 
 
Strength he found, but peril greater than power came to him at once.
 
 
The battle for control of the Skull came with a heavy price and the artifact's powers changed him. Transformed into a demon, Illidan wrapped himself in shadow and utterly decimated Tichondrius and his forces. But with victory came devastation. Tyrande and Malfurion sensed the demonic power lurking within Illidan and turned away with disgust and despair. Malfurion chastised his brother, convinced that Illidan had traded his soul for more power. Enraged, Malfurion banished his brother from the forests.
 
 
Feeling his sacrifice and effort were unappreciated, Illidan muttered "So be it... brother," and left the Night Elf lands.
 
 
=== Allegiance with demons ===
 
[[Image:Illidan_Cine.jpg|thumb|left|300px|Illidan calling the Naga from the depths of the sea.]]
 
After the Legion's defeat, Illidan was visited by [[Kil'jaeden]], who, while noting Illidan's sketchy track record with the Legion, offered him one final chance to serve them. He told him to seek out the [[Frozen Throne]], and destroy it. [[Ner'zhul]] had grown far too powerful for Kil'jaeden to control, and Illidan was to remove him from the equation; in exchange for more power and magic than he could dream of. Illidan was further empowered by the demon and granted the Orb of Kil'jaeden to aid him in this task.
 
 
By harnessing Gul'dan's enchanted skull, Illidan came to possess the wicked Warlock's memories, and a plan came to mind, but he would need allies to help him, and so, rather than acquire new minions, he decided the enlist the aid of friends he already had.
 
 
Illidan called the [[Naga]] to the surface. The naga, formerly the [[Quel'dorei]] servitors of [[Azshara]], were eager to take vengeance upon the night elves and the other land walking races that had been spared from The [[Great Sundering]]. Azshara (it is impossible that so many of her servitors joined Illidan without her blessing) sent her own powerful handmaiden, [[Lady Vashj]], to lead those who would be known as "Illidan's Naga." But Illidan still had the troublesome Warden, [[Maiev Shadowsong]], to deal with, as she had persistently chased him all over Kalimdor. Illidan ran to the port of Nendis with his naga and satyr minions cleaning up behind him. When they came to the port, Illidan hijacked a boat and set sail, while a cadre of Naga stayed behind to scuttle the ships and ruin all hopes of following him.
 
 
With the Naga swimming in his wake, Illidan came ashore on the [[Broken Isles]] - the ruined remains of [[Suramar]] (ironically, the same city where Illidan grew up) which Gul'dan and his Warlocks had raised twenty years before, and the home of the [[Tomb of Sargeras]].
 
 
=== Confrontation on the Broken Isles ===
 
But, as it appeared, Illidan's servants had not been successful. Maiev and the Watchers arrived on the Broken Isles shortly after Illidan, and the two forces [[The Broken Isles|battled]] across the watery terrain. Illidan reached the tomb, and Maiev was quick to follow. With Gul'dan's knowledge, Illidan quickly traversed the Tomb and came to the chamber which contained the [[Eye of Sargeras]]. Maiev came upon him as he and Vashj were activating the powerful artifact, and, as vengeance for her imprisoning him for ten thousand years, Illidan used the Eye to bring the Tomb down around her, and then quickly escaped through the underwater passages used by the naga.
 
 
Though he killed all the other Watchers within the Tomb, Maiev escaped with her magical abilities. On the surface, Illidan and Maiev battled for supremacy as the Warden sent out a runner to gather reinforcements from [[Ashenvale]].
 
 
Malfurion and Tyrande arrived on the Broken Isles with reinforcements as Maiev's base was being overrun. When they [[Balancing the Scales|struck back]], Illidan's forces crumbled, but he and his retainers fled before they were seriously harmed. Tyrande pursued them out of the base, and Illidan ensnared her to protect himself, and then warned her not to interfere. He fled across the sea once again.
 
 
During this battle, Tyrande finally revealed why she had spurned Illidan: too drunk with his rising magical and political power, he had forgotten his own inner strength. Malfurion, despite his increases in power, held on to that strength within him. Armed with this knowledge, Illidan finally came to grips with his feelings.
 
 
Illidan landed on the shore of [[Lordaeron]], and quickly made his way through the Silverpine Forest to get to [[Dalaran]], where Illidan began to use the Eye of Sargeras to break apart the polar ice cap and destroy [[Icecrown]] and the [[Frozen Throne]]. But he was interrupted by Maiev and Malfurion, and the spell failed. Malfurion had felt Illidan's spell tearing the land apart and concluded that he was a danger to the world and had to be stopped.
 
 
Illidan was entangled by his brother, called Malfurion a fool as he was destroying the [[Lich King]], their common enemy. Malfurion was furious at him for causing the loss of Tyrande, who had been, according to Maiev, killed. Illidan was heartbroken that the woman he loved was dead, but [[Prince Kael'thas]], the night elves' newest ally, thought that perhaps it was premature to presume her dead. Kael'thas explained that Tyrande had not been "torn apart" by the undead, as Maiev had told Malfurion, but had instead fallen into a river and been swept away by the currents. Malfurion immediately arrested the Warden and promptly went in search of Tyrande. Illidan begged to be allowed to help his brother track down the beloved priestess. Illidan and his personal guard of Naga (Lady Vashj was conveniently not present when her master rescued her rival) found Tyrande under heavy attack from a massive undead force- apparently she had already slain hundreds of undead with only a few Sentinels for backup.
 
 
Illidan and his naga battled their way through the undead until they reached her. Tyrande was taken aback by Illidan's service to her, and when he delivered her safely to Malfurion, she was astonished.
 
 
Malfurion told Illidan he was free to go on the condition that he never threaten the Night Elves again. Illidan, wishing for an end to the conflict with his brother and having never wished for conflict with Tyrande, agreed.
 
 
=== Escape to Outland ===
 
[[Image:IllidanBCart.jpg|thumb|Illidan in Outland]]
 
After Malfurion let him go, Illidan created a portal to [[Outland]] and fled immediately, pursued by Maiev. Now that he had failed to destroy Ner'zhul, he knew that Kil'jaeden's wrath would not spare him, so he wanted to find a world where he could remain unmolested. He felt that Outland, the ruined remains of Draenor, was just such a place.
 
 
Illidan was chased down on the shattered world until he was captured by Maiev and the Watchers, and imprisoned once again. But he was saved by Kael and Vashj. Illidan accepted the allegiance of the Blood Elves, and made Kael his second-in-command. The Sin'dorei, coupled with the Naga, would be very invaluable to his plans.
 
 
Illidan continued his original plan - to rid Outland of demonic influence so that he could stay out of Kil'jaeden's grasp. To do this, they laid siege to the [[Black Temple]] of [[Magtheridon]], the [[Pit Lord]] who had taken control of the world. But first, Illidan systematically shut down his dimensional gates to stem the flow of reinforcements. Eventually, they succeeded.
 
 
When they came to the [[Black Temple]], Illidan was approached by [[Akama]] of the [[Broken|Broken]], who pledged the allegiance of his race. Akama's broken felt indebted to Illidan and his army for aiding them in their fight against the fel orcs of Magtheridon, who had laid siege to their village with the intent of slaughtering them all.
 
 
They laid siege to the Black Temple and destroyed Magtheridon's defenses, and then defeated the Pit Lord in battle himself.
 
 
Magtheridon noted wryly that Illidan had great power, and asked if the Legion had sent him as a test. Illidan laughed, saying that he was not a test, but a replacement, and defeated Magtheridon. It has recently been revealed that Magtheridon is still alive, imprisoned by Illidan beneath Hellfire Citadel and kept sealed in place by the Fel Orc jailor [[Keli'dan the Breaker]].
 
 
=== The March on Icecrown ===
 
[[Image:IllidanandArthas.jpg|thumb|left|Illidan clashing with Arthas.]]
 
[[Image:IllidanDefeated.jpg|thumb|right|Illidan is defeated by Arthas.]]
 
As Illidan rallied the forces of Outland under a new banner, a storm of fire and smoke descended upon the Black Temple, and Kil'jaeden appeared in all his unholy glory. Chastising Illidan for his foolhardy attempts to flee his wrath, Kil'jaeden ordered Illidan, equipped with his new servitors, to go to Icecrown and destroy the Frozen Throne in his last chance to appease the demons he had given himself over to.
 
 
Illidan, Vashj, and Kael laid siege to Northrend and battled [[Anub'arak]]'s forces as they trudged through the snow towards the Icecrown glacier. But Ner'zhul, knowing he would be overrun if he didn't do something, called Arthas to Northrend to complete the plan he had sent into motion so many months before.
 
 
Finally, Illidan's forces arrived at Icecrown as Arthas and Anub'arak dug their way out of [[Azjol-Nerub]], and the two factions squared off in a titanic [[A Symphony of Frost and Flame|battle]] as they tried to gain control of the four mystical obelisks surrounding the glacier. After hours of battle, and control going back and forth between the two enemies, Arthas activated all obelisks, and the doors to the Frozen Throne were opened.
 
 
But Illidan was not finished yet. Meeting the weakened Arthas at the glacier's base, the two warriors engaged in single combat. After a few minutes of exchanging blows, however, Arthas overcame Illidan's defenses and cut him down.
 
 
Illidan Stormrage fell in the snow, dead, or so it seemed. He was badly wounded, but not killed. After it became clear for Vashj and Kael that they could not destroy the Frozen Throne, they retreated, eventually back to Outland, taking Illidan with them.
 
 
''Note that the in-game animation between Illidan and Arthas was originally planned to be a video cinematic. Time constraints, however, forced the scene to be done inside the game. The developers have said that their greatest regret about this change is that many assumed Illidan died, when the video would have revealed that Illidan survived to watch Arthas's transformation.''
 
   
 
== In World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade ==
 
== In World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade ==
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[[Image:Illidan Sculpture.jpg|thumb|A sculpture of Illidan seen at Blizzard's booth at E3. The life-size statue is now in Blizzard's main lobby.]]
 
[[Image:Illidan Sculpture.jpg|thumb|A sculpture of Illidan seen at Blizzard's booth at E3. The life-size statue is now in Blizzard's main lobby.]]
   
According the manual included with the [[Burning Crusade]] expansion, Illidan knows that Kil'jaeden has not forgotten of his failure to destroy the Frozen Throne. It says that he anticipates an offensive from the Legion and is "preparing accordingly." In the game it is revealed that one of the ways Illidan is preparing is by creating new [[Fel Orcs]] to fight for him, using the blood of the imprisoned Magtheridon. It says that he and his allies fight to ensure that all portals to Outland remain tightly sealed while he strengthens his power base. It also implies that the [[Horde]] and [[Alliance]] will want to use those portals because of Outland's strategic importance.
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According the manual included with the [[Burning Crusade]] expansion, Illidan knows that Kil'jaeden has not forgotten of his failure to destroy the Frozen Assshard (a frozen ass located in the pink temple). The legend says, that to break the assshard, one must use the sacred "Banana Blade" (item obtainable in the game). If you impale the ass with the sword, a great stream of corny shit will flow over you, creating a minor "de-buff" causing you to throw up and get aids. The aids works as a ticking clock whicj will drain your HP down to zero. When dead, the player is asked to ressurect, only to find out that they're max level of HP has decreased to 1.
   
For some reason (or perhaps no reason) Illidan has also waged war on [[Shattrath City]], instead of allying with its inhabitants against their common enemy: the Burning Legion. Kael'thas Sunstrider led the first assault, either under direct orders from Illidan or with Illidan's authorization. If the goal was to strengthen Illidan's position in Outland it had the opposite effect, since the unprovoked attack caused a large number of blood elves to desert Kael'thas and join forces with the [[naaru]] in Shattrath as the [[Scryers]]. Following this, Shattrath launched a counterattack, and the two sides continue to battle into the present day.
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=== Battle of the Crimson Hole ===
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At the beginning of the group quest "Battle of the Crimson Hole", Illidan shouts out to the players:
   
=== Battle of the Crimson Watch ===
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:''Lord Illidan Stormcock yells: What manner of fool dares stand before Illidan Stormcock? My tiny dickmen, destroy these insects!''
At the beginning of the group quest "Battle of the Crimson Watch", Illidan shouts out to the players:
 
   
:''Lord Illidan Stormrage yells: What manner of fool dares stand before Illidan Stormrage? Soldiers, destroy these insects!''
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Waves of poo and blood flows out, attacking the party, and the players must defeat the waves with magic spells with element of water, finally battling Torcock the Magnificent. After Torcock falls, Illidan shouts out to the player who landed the killing blow, challenging him to come to the Pink Temple and take him on:
   
Waves of demons and blood elves attack the party, and the players must defeat the waves, finally battling Torloth the Magnificent. After Torloth falls, Illidan shouts out to the player who landed the killing blow, challenging him to come to the Black Temple and take him on:
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:''Lord Illidan Stormcock yells: So you have defeated the Crimson Anus. You now seek to challenge my Aids cock? Not even Arthas hole was enough to hold my "saber", yet you dare to even harbor such thoughts? Then I say to you, come! Come <name>! The Pink Temple awaits...''
   
:''Lord Illidan Stormrage yells: So you have defeated the Crimson Sigil. You now seek to challenge my rule? Not even Arthas could defeat me, yet you dare to even harbor such thoughts? Then I say to you, come! Come <name>! The Black Temple awaits...''
 
   
This suggests Illidan losing his mind over his defeat at Arthas' hand, not believing it himself; on the other hand Illidan did technically survive the encounter, and if "defeat" for Illidan is defined as death, then Arthas did not actually defeat him. Such nuances of logic are common with Illidan, often employed when defending his actions to others.
 
   
=== Involvement in the Netherwing Quests ===
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A sword mainly dropped by Illidan, "Blade Of Banana":
The final quest of the long grind to reach Exalted with the [[Netherwing]] is called [[Quest:Lord Illidan Stormrage|Lord Illidan Stormrage]] - it involves speaking with a projection of Illidan himself. [[Overlord Mor'ghor]], leader of the Dragonmaw's nether drake project, presents the player as the new Highlord of the Dragonmaw, but Illidan sees through the illusion and orders the Overlord to kill the player. [[Yarzill the Merc]], a [[nether dragon]] disguised as a goblin, helps the player escape to the [[Lower City]] of [[Shattrath City|Shattrath]], where they will receive one of six Netherwing Drakes as their new mount.
 
   
=== Master of the Black Temple ===
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:''Main article: [[Illidan Stormrage (tactics)]]''
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=== Current state ===
Agents of both the Alliance and Horde have been assigned to penetrate the Black Temple and eliminate Illidan. [[Akama]] and his "associate," [[Maiev Shadowsong]], are covertly involved in the effort.
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From [[Malfurion_Stormrage#Conversation_with_Remulos|Malfurion's conversation with Remulos]]:
   
=== Death ===
 
During a quest, it is revealed that [[Akama]] has conspired to end Illidan's tyranny, allying with Maiev and later freeing her. In the [[Black Temple]] raid encounter, Illidan is the final boss, and is fought by both Akama and Maiev along with the players. During the battle, Maiev taunts Illidan several times in reference to the pain that he has caused her, from forcing her to guard his prison for 10,000 years by committing his crimes to causing the death of Naisha. In the end, when Illidan is near death, Maiev remarks that he is beaten, but as he dies Illidan says that the huntress is nothing without the hunted, and by extension that Maiev's life cannot continue. With the drive for vengeance gone, Maiev states that she is indeed nothing, thus making her as much a casualty as Illidan.
 
   
==Illidan: King or Pawn?==
 
{{speculation}}
 
In the last battle of the [[War of the Ancients]], Illidan begins casting a spell to reverse Sargeras's portal {{cite|Sund|257}}. Tyrande senses that several someones have augumented his spell - and these someones were darker than even Sargeras. {{cite|Sund|262}} These beings were clearly the Old Gods, who wished to redirect Sargeras' portal to their prison beyond the mortal plane instead.
 
 
It is also quite possible that Illidan's more recent actions are also aided by the Old Gods. Given that the Naga are presumed to follow them, it has been suggested that Vashj and her ilk answered Illidan's summons as part of the new plan (though given Azshara's previous association with him, there are other explanations). Illidan might be an attempt to position a powerful pawn in the midst of a [[Outland|strategic location]].
 
 
The Old Gods' plans go deep, far deeper than anyone could imagine. They had plans, upon plots, upon ploys, all of which centered upon a single goal: freedom. It is not crazy to ask, wouldn't they have had a final plan, in case their original one failed? No clear evidence exists either way...but that's likely what they intended.
 
 
== Relationship between Illidan and Malfurion ==
 
 
The relationship between the Stormrage brothers is noticeably different in ''Warcraft III/The Frozen Throne'' and in the ''War of the Ancients'' Trilogy.
 
 
By way of comparison, in the novels written by Knaak, Malfurion is more tolerant and forgiving of his brother, who is portrayed as often selfish, reckless, out of control and not completely sane. Rather than becoming part of the "lynch mob" who want Illidan summarily executed, Malfurion speaks on his behalf, endorsing his knowledge of the Burning Legion as vital tactical information... giving an undeniable reason to bury Illidan rather than kill him.
 
 
When we first were introduced to Malfurion and Illidan in Warcraft III, Malfurion objected fiercely to the idea of freeing Illidan, in the belief that his crimes were unforgivable and that he should stay locked up. When they were reunited Illidan was bitter about how he had been punished and Malfurion was disgusted to be in the same room as Illidan, still nursing a grudge over Illidan's betrayal. Illidan, who seemed to be the more forgiving one at the time, was eager to prove to his brother that the demons had no hold over him. Later, after Illidan used the powers of the Skull of Gul'dan for himself and took on a demonic appearance, Malfurion demanded to know where his brother was, implying he still had some affection for him. After Illidan revealed that he was the demon, Malfurion, rather than killing him simply banished him. Obviously, Malfurion knew [[Maiev Shadowsong]] would want Illidan imprisoned but still chose not to act. Rather than object, Illidan simply walked away.
 
 
Illidan was next seen in Warcraft III: Frozen Throne. After the two worked together to save Tyrande, Illidan seemed to have forgiven Malfurion for disrupting his attempt to destroy the Frozen Throne, even though it would leave him at Kil'jaeden's mercy. Malfurion's last words to Illidan included an ominous threat about what would happen to him if he ever did anything against the Kaldorei again. This too, Illidan accepted without objection. Illidan admitted that he had known only "ages of hate" for his brother, but for his part he wished it to end. This is perhaps the closest thing to a peace that the brothers have achieved. Illidan then departed telling Malfurion he doubted they would ever see each other again.
 
 
In World of Warcraft, Malfurion's words indicate that he does not wish to fight his brother, and he says that if he is forced to, things will not be as they were at the Well at Zin-Azshari.
 
 
=== Current state ===
 
From [[Malfurion_Stormrage#Conversation_with_Remulos|Malfurion's conversation with Remulos]]:
 
   
 
:''Malfurion Stormrage says: Cenarius fights at my side. Illidan sits atop his throne in Outland &ndash; brooding. I'm afraid that the loss to Arthas proved to be his breaking point. Madness has embraced him, Remulos. He replays the events in his mind a thousand times per day, but in his mind, he is the victor and Arthas is utterly defeated. He is too far gone, old friend. I fear that the time may soon come that our bond is tested and it will not be as it was at the Well in [[Zin-Azshari]].''
 
:''Malfurion Stormrage says: Cenarius fights at my side. Illidan sits atop his throne in Outland &ndash; brooding. I'm afraid that the loss to Arthas proved to be his breaking point. Madness has embraced him, Remulos. He replays the events in his mind a thousand times per day, but in his mind, he is the victor and Arthas is utterly defeated. He is too far gone, old friend. I fear that the time may soon come that our bond is tested and it will not be as it was at the Well in [[Zin-Azshari]].''
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== Memorable quotes ==
 
== Memorable quotes ==
*"[[The Skull of Gul'dan|Now I am complete]]."
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*"[[The cock of Gul'dan|Now I am complete]]."
*"Isolation can do that to the mind. Now, after all the long centuries [[Maiev Shadowsong|you]] kept me chained in darkness, it is only fitting that I bury you in turn."
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*"Isolation can do that to the mind. Now, after all the long centuries [[Maiev Shadowsong|you]] kept me chained in darkness, it is only fitting that I get a warm, hard cock up in my ass."
*"Whatever I may be - whatever I may become in this world - know that I will always look out for you, Tyrande." ''(Explaining his reasons for saving Tyrande)''
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*"Whatever I may be - whatever I may become in this world - know that I will always look out for you, Tyrande, for i have implanted to silver eyes on the tip of my cock." ''(Explaining his reasons for saving Tyrande)''
*"We have had much strife between us, [[Malfurion Stormrage|my brother]]. I have known only ages of hate for you. But, for my part, I wish it to end. From this day forward, let there be peace between us."
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*"We have had much cock between us, [[Malfurion Stormcock|my brother]]. I have known only ages of hate for you. But, for my part, I wish it to end. From this day forward, let there be banana."
*"Perhaps hiding here was not the most prudent decision." ''(After being discovered Kil'jaeden after his conquest of Outland)''
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*"Perhaps hiding here was not the most prudent decision." ''(After being discovered Kil'jaeden hiding inside Crimson den (Illidans anus))''
*"Betrayer... In truth, it was I who was betrayed. Still, I am hunted. Still, I am hated. Now, my blind eyes can see what others cannot. That sometimes the hand of fate ''must be forced''! Now go forth... unleash the tides of Doom... Upon all those... Who would oppose us." ''(Opening Cinematic, Frozen Throne)''
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*"You have cummed... Maiev... But the princess...Jaara... is ''nothing''... without the tobacco... You... are nothing... without... me..." ''(Upon defeat in the [[Pink Temple]])''
*"Imprisoned for ten thousand years... Banished from my own homeland... And now you dare enter my realm? You are not prepared... (Battle sequences in Outland- eventually cuts to Illidan regarding a skull; he flies up and summons his blades) YOU ARE NOT PREPARED!" - ''(Opening Cinematic, Burning Crusade)''
 
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*"You have won... Maiev... But the huntress... is ''nothing''... without the hunt... You... are nothing... without... me..." ''(Upon defeat in the [[Black Temple]])''
 
   
 
=== Warcraft III ===
 
=== Warcraft III ===
*"I'm blind, not deaf."
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*"Evil draws close."
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*"Are there cocks nearby?"
*"Are there demons nearby?"
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*"You ''dare'' speak to me?"
 
*"Hardly a challenge."
 
*"Easily."
 
*"You'll regret approaching me."
 
*"Die, fool!"
 
*"I have been caged in darkness."
 
*"My soul longs for vengeance."
 
*"I've been alone for ten thousand years."
 
*"[[Malfurion Stormrage|My brother]] will pay dearly for his betrayal."
 
*"None of them know my ''true'' power!"
 
*"I see....absolutely nothing."
 
*"Wings, horns, hooves...what am I saying? Is this Diablo?"
 
*"''[http://imdb.com/title/tt0092106/quotes Bah-weep-grah-nah-weep-ninni-bung!]'' It's a universal greeting."
 
   
 
===Conversation with [[Overlord Mor'ghor]]===
 
===Conversation with [[Overlord Mor'ghor]]===

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NeutralNPC 32 Illidan Stormrage
Title The Betrayer, Lord of Outland
Gender Male
Race(s) Night elf/Demon hybrid
Level  ?? (Boss)
Character class Demon Hunter, Sorcerer (all), Mage, Fighter, Warrior, Rogue (RPG)
Affiliation Himself, (formerly Burning Legion and Kaldorei)
Position Lord of Outland, Master of the Black Temple
Location Temple Summit, Black Temple
Status Killable (Patch 2.1)
Relative(s) Malfurion Stormrage (twin brother), Tyrande Whisperwind (sister-in-law)
For information on how to defeat Illidan Stormrage in World of Warcraft, see Illidan Stormrage (tactics).

Illidan Stormrage, known as the Betrayer, is currently known as the homosexual Lord of Outland, ruling from the Pink Temple. The black Temple, known as his headquarters where he performs twisted, bizarre sex games with his unlucky victims. He was born as a night elf, and as stated by Maiev Shadowsong, is now "neither demon nor night elf, but something more". This is confirmed since he was raped by a tauren (explained by the horns) causing him to mutate cause of his living in denial. He is the twin brother of Malfurion Stormcock, and was (perhaps still is) in love with orc lord Thrall. Once an unusually gifted Sorcerer, his exact powers today are difficult to classify.

His pursuit for sexual pleasure and "arcane mystery games" has led him to commit a number of horrific acts against his own people and the races of Azeroth, including damaging a night elf child's anus with his approxidamentely 5 metre cock causing the minor elf to implode. For his actions, he was imprisoned for ten thousand years, until his release almost a decade ago.

He has come to be called the Betrayer for his acts against the night elf people and now also carries the title of Lord of Brown Love (named after his thirst for sex involving human waste). He was introduced as a Pink Temple raid Pimp in Patch 2.1 where the player had to participate in numerous bizarre sex games, including the infamous "banana-rager".

Illidan is voiced by Matthew Yang King in Reign of Chaos and The Frozen Throne, and Jeff Bennett in The Burning Crusade.

Biography

War of the Ancients

Illidan Stormrage

Illidan from 'The Sundering'

Illidanarchive

Illidan

See also: War of the Ancients (WC3 account) and War of the Ancients (novel account)

It should be noted that the 'altered history' referenced is the official history of the Warcraft setting.

Illidan (aka The Betrayer), twin brother of Malfurion the anus fixator, practiced the Highborne cock lifting tournaments. In his youth, he attempted to master the the art of lifting heavy weights with his own penis, as his brother had, but the bizarre "hobby" called to him in a way that the order of the land did not. Unlike his brother, Illidan was born with a oversized penis with glowing golden eyes, at the time a sign of a great destiny - however, this actually indicated inherent cock lifting potential [1]. When Malfurion and Tyrande had found their destiny, Illidan was still searching for his "lost third penis" as the legend goes. Though not a Highborne himself, he became the personal lifter of the sports leader Ravencrest.

When Archimonde's invasion of Asseroth had begun and Azshara's big sex party became known, Malfurion convinced Illidan to leave his transvestite partner. Illidan followed his brother. But as Cenarius and the dragons entered the "orgy", Malfurion's anus was severely injured by the dragons giant scale cock, causing a blood bath, this made the dragon (and Illidan) to understand that their adversaries were too powerful to fall in the art of sex. To end the orgy, he plotted the destruction of the Malfurion.

The idea appalled Illidan.

Illidan had strong feelings for The Jaara Prince of Andreana, a novice princess in the Fraadi tobacco store. Illidan so desired to impress The Jaara Prince that he often acted without thinking, particularly in using his penis; he never realized that these displays weren't quite what the priestess was looking for in a mate. Even though Illidan had his large cock outside of his pants everytime he entered the store, The Jaara Prince were more impressed by the "smoky farts" that came out of Illidans ass. But while Illidan struggled to win her heart, none of them realized that the battle was over soon after it had begun; The Jaara Prince was married to a packet of Jaara, and therefore led Illidan to a never ending spiral of despair.


In World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade

For information on how to defeat Illidan Stormrage in World of Warcraft, see Illidan Stormrage (tactics).
IllidanTBCCinematic

Illidan's demonic form as seen in the Burning Crusade opening cinematic.

Illidan Sculpture

A sculpture of Illidan seen at Blizzard's booth at E3. The life-size statue is now in Blizzard's main lobby.

According the manual included with the Burning Crusade expansion, Illidan knows that Kil'jaeden has not forgotten of his failure to destroy the Frozen Assshard (a frozen ass located in the pink temple). The legend says, that to break the assshard, one must use the sacred "Banana Blade" (item obtainable in the game). If you impale the ass with the sword, a great stream of corny shit will flow over you, creating a minor "de-buff" causing you to throw up and get aids. The aids works as a ticking clock whicj will drain your HP down to zero. When dead, the player is asked to ressurect, only to find out that they're max level of HP has decreased to 1.

Battle of the Crimson Hole

At the beginning of the group quest "Battle of the Crimson Hole", Illidan shouts out to the players:

Lord Illidan Stormcock yells: What manner of fool dares stand before Illidan Stormcock? My tiny dickmen, destroy these insects!

Waves of poo and blood flows out, attacking the party, and the players must defeat the waves with magic spells with element of water, finally battling Torcock the Magnificent. After Torcock falls, Illidan shouts out to the player who landed the killing blow, challenging him to come to the Pink Temple and take him on:

Lord Illidan Stormcock yells: So you have defeated the Crimson Anus. You now seek to challenge my Aids cock? Not even Arthas hole was enough to hold my "saber", yet you dare to even harbor such thoughts? Then I say to you, come! Come <name>! The Pink Temple awaits...


A sword mainly dropped by Illidan, "Blade Of Banana":

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Current state

From Malfurion's conversation with Remulos:


Malfurion Stormrage says: Cenarius fights at my side. Illidan sits atop his throne in Outland – brooding. I'm afraid that the loss to Arthas proved to be his breaking point. Madness has embraced him, Remulos. He replays the events in his mind a thousand times per day, but in his mind, he is the victor and Arthas is utterly defeated. He is too far gone, old friend. I fear that the time may soon come that our bond is tested and it will not be as it was at the Well in Zin-Azshari.

The exact meaning and implications of this are not known. It is however likely that Malfurion fears that the bonds between him and his brother Illidan will be tested in the near future. For 10,000 years ago, during the War of the Ancients, the two brothers were forced to work together to throw back the Burning Legion at The Sundering, which is when they chose their separate paths. Now, with Illidan crazy and changed in many ways, such cooperation may prove to be very difficult.

Memorable quotes

  • "Now I am complete."
  • "Isolation can do that to the mind. Now, after all the long centuries you kept me chained in darkness, it is only fitting that I get a warm, hard cock up in my ass."
  • "Whatever I may be - whatever I may become in this world - know that I will always look out for you, Tyrande, for i have implanted to silver eyes on the tip of my cock." (Explaining his reasons for saving Tyrande)
  • "We have had much cock between us, my brother. I have known only ages of hate for you. But, for my part, I wish it to end. From this day forward, let there be banana."
  • "Perhaps hiding here was not the most prudent decision." (After being discovered Kil'jaeden hiding inside Crimson den (Illidans anus))
  • "You have cummed... Maiev... But the princess...Jaara... is nothing... without the tobacco... You... are nothing... without... me..." (Upon defeat in the Pink Temple)

Warcraft III

  • "Are there cocks nearby?"


Conversation with Overlord Mor'ghor

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During the quest Neutral 15  [70] Lord Illidan Stormrage, Overlord Mor'ghor summons an image of Illidan at the Dragonmaw Base Camp to meet the "Dragonmaw orc" (the player in disguise) who will be their champion:

Overlord Mor'ghor says: Come, <name>. Lord Stormrage awaits.

Overlord Mor'ghor yells: Warriors of Dragonmaw, gather 'round! One among you has attained the rank of highlord! Bow your heads in reverence! Show your respect and allegiance to Highlord <name>!

Overlord Mor'ghor says: Lord Illidan will be here shortly.

<Illidan Stormrage appears.>

Overlord Mor'ghor yells: All hail Lord Illidan!

Overlord Mor'ghor says: Lord Illidan, this is the Dragonmaw that I, and others, have told you about. He will lead us to victory!

Illidan Stormrage says: What is the meaning of this, Mor'ghor?

Overlord Mor'ghor says: But... My lord, I do not understand. <name>... He is the orc that has...

Illidan Stormrage says: SILENCE!

Illidan Stormrage says: Blathering idiot. You incomprehensibly incompetent buffoon...

Illidan Stormrage says: THIS is your hero?

Illidan Stormrage says: You have been deceived, imbecile.

Illidan Stormrage says: This... whole... operation... HAS BEEN COMPROMISED!

Illidan Stormrage says: I expect to see this insect's carcass in pieces in my lair within the hour. Fail and you will suffer a fate so much worse than death.

Overlord Mor'ghor says: It will be done, my lord.

<Illidan Stormrage takes his leave.>

Overlord Mor'ghor says: So you thought to make a fool of Mor'ghor, eh? Before you are delivered to Lord Illidan, you will feel pain that you could not know to exist. I will take pleasure in exacting my own vengeance.

Yarzill the Merc says: You will not harm the boy, Mor'ghor! Quickly, <playername>, climb on my back!

Notes and trivia

Pandablade

He brings PANDA-MONIUM!

  • If you look closely at Illidan in Warcraft III, you'll notice that at least one of his blades has the face of a panda painted on it (Samwise Didier's trademark). One place it can be seen clearly is in the cut scene in The Frozen Throne at the end of the Night Elf campaign when Illidan says goodbye to Tyrande and Malfurion.
  • On closer inspection the panda face on Illidan's changes when he is transformed by the skull of Gul'dan the change being the face changing from happy panda to angry panda, this change is accompanied by Illidan growing horns and wings of a demon and burning the ground on which he walks.
  • Because the interlude in The Frozen Throne shows Illidan in as a full night elf when he struck the deal, it is often presumed that Illidan's new appearance (horns, wings, smoke, hooves and burning hoof prints) was a result of Kil'jaeden's further empowerment. It should be noted, however, that most sources, including the Warcraft Encyclopedia, only mention his demonic transformation when discussing the Skull of Gul'dan; no mention is made of further transformation during his meeting with Kil'jaeden.
  • Although Malfurion said Illidan's transformation by the Skull of Gul'dan had cost him his soul, there has so far been no evidence that this claim was anything more than hyperbole. It's likely Malfurion was merely shocked at seeing Illidan in demonic form and was speaking metaphorically. There is no evidence that Illidan's personality has drastically changed as a result. Until it's established, the possibility remains that the only change in Illidan seems to be slight insanity (though after reading the War of the Ancients trilogy, one is forced to wonder if Illidan was not insane before he consumed the Skull of Gul'dan).
  • At some point, Illidan tried his hand at writing, authoring a book entitled The Emerald Dream: Fact or Carefully Planned Out Farce Perpetrated By My Brother? The actual book itself starts a level 54 Druid quest. It's doubtful the text was well-received among the Cenarion Circle or the Green Dragonflight.
  • At release, when there was no high level content, it was announced by Ordinn that "the most powerful NPC is Illidan." When asked where he was, Caydiem responded. "Illidan is shy."
  • When the player rescues Illidan in Outland during the Blood Elf Campaign, Lady Vashj says that the blood elves are the descendants of those Highborne who served Illidan years ago. Curiously, Illidan himself never actually commanded any Highborne in the War of the Ancients (either version). This error can be explained by the fact in the trilogy, Vashj was a little naive, and preoccupied, and was not very informed as to the exact nature of Illidan's "employment" with her Queen.
  • Originally, Illidan and Malfurion were identical apart from their hair and eye color. Their various transformations have made it much easier to tell them apart.

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