Duggan Wildhammer

It was quite amusing to watch this Dwarf stumble around muttering things to himself. How unusual to see one who enjoys his grog. Interestingly enough, he’s neutral meaning he can be killed by Alliance characters and from what I’ve read, you won’t lose rep with the Wildhammer Clan.

Here’s his full dialogue…

 Ooooooooh…
To the plaguelands went old Duggan, ta’ send them Scourge back inta’ th’ groun’.
Where th’ scent of death is on th’ wind and everythin’ is mostly brown.
An’ when he did arrive there, what’d his dwarf eyes see?
A hundred crates of barley there ta’ be makin’ inta’ mead!
But tha’ mead was cursed with th’ plague o’ death, and now old Duggan, too.
An’ surrounded by the Lich King’s beasts, what could old Duggan do?
But though I feel the plague within, my hopes ‘ave not yet sunk.
If’n I’m gonna be Scourge anyway, I might as well be drunk!
Ah ken see very well through this haze, but I’d know tha’ smell anywhere! Die ye foul ogre!

Author: Cymre

A disc priest and relic hunter who loves collecting achievements, silver dragon shots and pets. Other hobbies include transmog / costumes, novelty items, class sets as well as all things pets.

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3 Comments

  1. When you see all of his lines put together like that, it almost reads like an ode, or a ballad! This one got to me, but you know, got a thing for Dwarfs.

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  2. Matty, you’re weird. I’m not sure if I like short stumpy hairy men with beards. Though I do like their accent.

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  3. Matty’s not weird. It’s truly a ballad the likes we’ve not seen written since the great Dwarven Thane “Willy Drinksbeere.” The Taming Of The Brew is still my personal favourite.

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