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The Shatterspear tribe split off from the Gurubashi Empire after the defeat of Hakkar the Soulflayer. The various tribes claimed territories in the vast jungles of Stranglethorn Vale but quickly began fighting one another.

The Shatterspear tribe has since settled at the northeast edge of Darkshore, a continent away from Stranglethorn. Highly reclusive and apparently uninterested in claiming further territory, the Shatterspear trolls live in a small village that is almost entirely surrounded by jagged hills. Visiting the secluded village is a difficult endeavor, and a number of adventurers have fallen to their deaths in attempting to scale the steep hills around the Shatterspears' home.

The trolls' purpose in living here is unknown at this point in time. Certainly it is a strange location for any troll to choose to live: surrounded by mountains and, beyond that, the trolls' ancient enemies: night elves.[1] which may lead us to believe that the Tribe was not likely meant to have deep lore behind it especially since none exists.

In Cataclysm

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The Shatterspear tribe and their village will become accessible in World of Warcraft: Cataclysm. A screenshot of the village released via press kit shows an Ancient nearby.

They apparently are affiliated with the Horde, as they have Horde banners and are friendly to Horde players.

The tribe comes under assault by night elven forces during the Darkshore questing experience.

Notable Shatterspears

The named denizens of Shatterspear Village.