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This article or section contains lore taken from Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos, Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne, the manuals, and official bonus maps.

The Last Guardian is an interlude in the night elf campaign Eternity's End. It comes after chapter 6 called A Destiny of Flame and Sorrow and before chapter 7 called Twilight of the Gods.


  • IconSmall Tyrande.gif Tyrande Whisperwind - We have no time for this, Furion! What are we doing out here?
  • IconSmall Malfurion.gif Furion Stormrage - Last night in a dream, a great raven spoke to me and summoned me to this place.
  • IconSmall Thrall.gif Thrall - We were summoned here as well.
  • IconSmall Malfurion.gif Furion Stormrage - Who are you, outlanders?
  • IconSmall Thrall.gif Thrall - I am Thrall, son of Durotan. Warchief of the Horde.
  • IconSmall Jaina.gif Jaina Proudmoore - And I am Jaina Proudmoore, leader of the human survivors of Lordaeron.
  • IconSmall Tyrande.gif Tyrande Whisperwind - You are not welcome here!
  • IconSmall Medivh.gif The Prophet - Peace, Priestess. They've come to aid you against the Legion.
  • IconSmall Malfurion.gif Furion Stormrage - It was you in my dream! But who are you to make such an offer to us?
  • IconSmall Medivh.gif The Prophet - I... am the reason for the Legion's return. Years ago, I brought the orcs into this world, and by doing so, I opened a path for the demons as well. For my sins, I was murdered by those who I cared for the most. Despite my death, war raged across the lands of the east for many long years, leaving entire kingdoms devastated in its wake. Now, at long last, I have returned to set things right. I... am Medivh, the Last Guardian. I tell you now, the only chance for this world is to unite in arms against the enemies of all who live!




  • This is the only interlude in the entire Eternity's End campaign.
  • In this interlude a flashback is seen about Medivh's death in Karazhan tower, which in the original Warcraft III is presented as a cave, while in the first Warcraft game it is presented as a stone-walled, furnished set of rooms within the tunnels of a cave. In both cases game mechanics limitations made it difficult to design the insides of Karazhan as an actual building.
  • In the interlude, during the scene of the Second War, some of the navy units such as a Juggernaught are seen. Also some of the fans think that during the development of Warcraft 3, this kind of unit was originally going to be playable, but it was dropped from the final version, and finally added into the expansion of the original game.