“It is called the Doomhammer because when its owner takes it into battle, it spells doom for the enemy.” – Orgrim Doomhammer
Behold, the Doomhammer of Thrall,Warchief of the Horde – 18-pounds of incredible WoW authenticity!
The Doomhammer is made of steel, forged by the masters of Epic Weapons. With more than 30 independent parts, the Doomhammer is finely crafted to bare the authentic look and feel of the Doomhammer as envisioned by its creators.
The handle features a 7.5cm (3”) grip wrapped in genuine leather. The hammer head is 17.5cm (7”) square, and 25cm (10”) from side to side.
Features the Wolf emblem added by Thrall in World of Warcraft.
Weighing 18-pounds, the Doomhammer is designed as a collector's piece, not an item to be wielded by mere mortals.
Doomhammer Display Base shown in some images is not included – sold separately.
All of the Doomhammer bloodline's successors bore this ominous prophecy on their great shoulders, divined long ago by the Blackrock clan's elder shaman. Yet for generations, these tidings of doom went unfulfilled. The legendary Doomhammer weapon has become a standard of pride and honor, its immense black stone as indomitable as the orcs' fierce spirit.
When the heirloom passed to Orgrim Doomhammer and the mighty orcish Horde rose to power, the weapon met no equal in battle. Innumerable foes suffered its wrath, the warhammer even shattering Sir Anduin Lothar's fabled rune-etched blade of Stormwind before crushing the human's skull
Only too late did Orgrim realize that he was the harbinger of doom prophesied by his clan's ancestral shaman. Although he had slain the power-hungry Horde warchief Blackhand and many of the depraved warlocks who had destroyed the orcs' culture, Orgrim's people were ultimately defeated, and most of them were rounded up in human internment camps to live out their days in shame and lethargy.
The prophecy, however, had not yet run its course. So it was that Orgrim, mortally wounded while fighting to free his people from imprisonment, bestowed the Doomhammer on one who was not of his clan or bloodline: Thrall. Wielding the hammer as a symbol of hope, the young orc liberated his race and rekindled the pride and heritage that the orcs had abandoned as the bloodthirsty Horde.
The image of a wolf was later added onto the Doomhammer to denote Thrall's hereditary ties to the Frostwolf clan, but little else has changed about the weapon. Through war and peace, the hammer has remained at Thrall's side, an embodiment of his race's strength as it was in ancient times, and a symbol of doom to the enemies who would dare threaten the orcs' freedom and honor.
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