The Lore Of Hearthstone's Legendaries - Priest
Anduin Llane Wrynn
Anduin Llane Wrynn is the heir to the throne of Stormwind. He is named after two venerated figures of Stormwind history: the legendary Anduin Lothar and his grandfather, King Llane. The son of King Varian Wrynn, ten-year-old Anduin was given the crown in order to maintain order when Varian disappeared en route to a diplomatic conference at Theramore Isle; however, real power resided in the hands of Highlord Bolvar Fordragon, the Regent of Stormwind, and Lady Katrana Prestor, the Royal Advisor. Valeera Sanguinar is known to have taught Anduin his excellent dagger skills. She is also a bodyguard to him.
Velen has been the leader of the Draenei people since their flight from Argus 25,000 years before the first orcish invasion of Azeroth. As his title suggests, he has been granted the gift of prophecy, and — aided by the Light — has guided his people as they fled from, and later fought against, the Burning Legion who had ensnared their Eredar brethren. He is first among the Draenei and is the nemesis, Kil'jaeden. Velen is known and respected for his immense wisdom, compassion and magical prowess.
The name Velen may be related to a character from the sci-fi television series, Babylon 5: Valen. Several general details between the two characters seem similar. Velen is voiced by Alan Shearman.
Which one of these exceptional Priest characters is your favourite and why? Let us know in the comments below.Stay tuned for our next part of the series featuring Garrosh Hellscream/Magni Bronzebeard and their legendaries.