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This is a silly article

This article is silly. Coming from a source other than the computer games, trading card game, novels, RPG, or manga, its content is not part of official Warcraft lore, but nevertheless has become part of the culture belonging to the World of Warcraft community.

Tauren rogues do exist. They are just so good you never see them. They're even so stealthy that their class choice for the tauren hides! And no one has ever seen the tauren rogue trainers in Thunder Bluff.

Tauren Rogue Truths

There are certain truths having to do with tauren rogues. This page is not for the weak of heart.

Every character in WoW has a tauren rogue following them.

There are tauren rogue trainers in every city in every building on every server - they're THAT good.

The tauren were taught the art of the rogue by Chuck Norris. Their kick is therefore something to be feared.

The only reason players can defeat bosses is because tauren rogues will help you. However, if you mysteriously suffer a 500k crit when you're fighting a boss - you'll know that the rogue decided that it was too good for the boss.

Deathwing in the beginning, was Alivewing, but a tauren rogue saw him landing.

There's no such thing as latency, it's just a tauren rogue saying you're too good to be playing with other players.


Tauren wish they could be rogues! There is one hiding in elite camouflage in this picture! You'll never find her... UNSEEN!


In a rare moment of visibility caught on camera, here is clear evidence of a tauren rogue in the act, along with his Murky accomplice!

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Here is another moment, where you can see him using sprint !

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Tauren Rogue Herbalists

Even worse are tauren rogue herbalists. When you try to farm herbs for the next big Guild Raid and you can't find any - there must be a tauren rogue herbalist nearby.

Secret Tauren Model Info

A tauren rogue in stealth.

Both male and female tauren models DO have Stealth animations, complete with the transparency effect. However this is probably because of the [Orb of Deception] or one of the side effects possible from an Outland engineer's teleporter. Actually, several players (mainly level 80 rogues, as only they would know) have claimed to have seen tauren rogues using stealth (Orb of Deception, supposedly) but they have also been seen using vanish, and even a few very stealthy rogue moves that only a rogue would know about.