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Warriors need to be in combat or use a rage-generating ability to generate rage.The longer the battle, the more rage a warrior can accumulate.Using their abilities to deal pain and cause bloodshed, warriors are deadly adversaries and welcome friends in violent times (which seem to be all the time in recent decades).Before the release of Cataclysm, blood elf players were the only race that could not be warriors.Warriors are melee fighters highly trained in the art of weaponry. Depending on their specialization, a warrior can often deal very high damage or be tough to kill. This is different to all but one melee class, the bear form druid.Rage is generated through damage being dealt to and by the warrior and is capped at 100.
The sounds of a terrible battle surrounded the massive dais that the portal was built upon, as Horde and Alliance forces clashed for what the Archmage hoped was the final time.It didn't take much for Khadgar to discover that this was indeed the skull of the very orc warlock that had opened the Dark Portal to begin with: Gul'dan.Throughout their time in the world of Draenor, Khadgar had searched for any sign of other humans, or the boy Tobias Banu, but it seemed that the boy had never come from this place, nor set foot on this red world, as the few captives that managed to acquired had no knowledge of humans outside of the sons of Lothar.Once the incantation completed, Khadgar watched as the massive swirling energies within the portal started to wither away, and with his remaining strength he took up the Book of Medivh and the Eye of Dalaran, and hurled them through the collapsing rift.So long as these artifacts reached Azeroth, and were safely away from the Skull of Gul'dan, then the portal could never again be opened.