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Karramyn Langston was the protége of Lieutenant General Aedelas Blackmoore, master of Durnholde Keep, and served as the general's second in command — by being a simpering sycophant, always in Blackmoore's shadow. He did not always agree with his master, but was too much of a coward to say anything. When Blackmoore died during Thrall's assault of Durnholde, Langston was automatically in charge, but because of his lack of battle experience, Sergeant took command.

He was later sent to the Alliance, at Thrall's behest since Langston was the new commander of the recently fallen internment camp, to say that the orcs were now free and would destroy all internment camps until all their brothers and sisters were released, and that the new Horde would be willing to start a cooperation policy with the Alliance in exchange for land and their imprisoned brethren's freedom.


Langston may or may not be related to the Langston family that runs Pig and Whistle Tavern in Old Town within Stormwind City.

Memorable quotes

  • Langston: "What worth is the word of an orc?"
Thrall: "Why, it's worth your pathetic life, Langston. Granted, that isn't worth much..."