Blizzard has released the forth episode in the Lords of War series, where we learn what becomes of Kilrogg. It goes without saying that a good amount of the content in this article will contain super spoilers. If you need to start from the beginning, go here. If you're either fine with spoilers, or you're all caught up, carry on below!

In case you missed the beginning of the series, or need a refresher, check out this article here, which has the teaser trailer for the series, the World of Warcraft cinematic that was shown live on August 14, Part One and Part Two of the Lords of War series. Since the cinematic's announcement on August 4, Blizzard has not only released four episodes for Lords of War, but they've also given us the Warlords of Draenor release date, shown us the details for the WoD Collector's Edition and teased us with what to expect with the upcoming tenth year anniversary for World of Warcraft.

Did you miss Part Three – Durotan? So did I. Let's take a minute to catch up on his story here. Durotan, a member of the Frostwolf Clan, must make a hard choice when his mother falls ill. The climate the clan lives in is just as harsh as the torment Durotan goes through. Frostwolves believe that an injured clan member should be left behind to die for the good of the pack. Will he abandon his mother? How will his decision affect his standing in the clan? Press that play button to get answers to all of your questions!

Now that we've had a bit of a cry with Durotan's story, let's get back to Kilrogg and the Iron Horde. Do you think the “hard choices for the good of the clan” were made in self interest or the best interest for them? What about Kilrogg's choice? Who will be the fifth warlord we see in the last episode?

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Last Updated: Mar 13, 2016

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