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In World of Warcraft

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The word neutral means:

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  1. The faction alignment of an NPC, town, or city that is not allied or hostile towards the Alliance Alliance or Horde Horde. Contrast with Friendly and Unfriendly.
    • Symbol is Neutral (or Alternative Neutral crest icon), or Neutral mini crest (or Alternate Neutral mini crest) inline.
  2. Derivative; the availability of a quest or item that is obtained through an Neutral aligned NPC.
    • Available to both Alliance and Horde is not the same thing as available through a Neutral NPC.
    • Pairs of nearly identical quests that have an Alliance quest giver and end point and a Horde quest giver and end point are not a single Neutral quest.
      • They are a pair of Alliance and Horde quests.
      • The quest id numbers are different.
  3. The disposition alignment of a monster, beast, or NPC towards your character
    • When you click on Neutral beasts or NPCs, their name and highlight will be yellow.
    • Neutral creatures will not attack unless attacked.
    • Neutral creatures become hostile when attacked, but will revert to neutral, if you go out of attack range for long enough.
    • Most non-carnivorous beasts will be neutral.
    • Goblins are typically neutral NPCs.
    • You can talk to some neutral creatures.
    • Not all Neutral creatures can be attacked.
      • Darkmoon Faire NPCs cannot be attacked, even when they are Neutral.
      • (Applies mainly to Horde) Neutral NPCs from your own faction generally cannot be attacked; there are specific exceptions.
  4. The Reputation Level 3000 points below Friendly and above Unfriendly.
    • The members of a faction you have a Neutral reputation with will generally have a like disposition alignment towards you.

In Warcraft III

Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos This section concerns content exclusive to Warcraft III.

In Warcraft III, non-aligned creeps are considered neutral whether they are friendly, neutral, or hostile. Creeps are generally aggressive and hostile.

Roleplaying Game

Warcraft RPG - may not be canon This section concerns content exclusive to the Warcraft RPG, and thus unlikely to be canon.

In the RPG, neutral means:

  1. Refers various neutral alignments including:
  2. Regions that are "neutral", i.e. neutral to all factions.
  3. Some of the Independent factions.

External links

Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos
World of Warcraft