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WarcraftLoreWorld of WarcraftEredarDraeneiMan'ariBurning LegionDreadlordEredunDemonicAta'malNaaruVelenArchimondeKil'jaedenArgusTichondriusPit LordWar of the AncientsSargerasJarod ShadowsongMalorneNight elfGrom HellscreamGorehowlKarazhanPrince MalchezaarMedivhNetherstormCuluthasSocretharExarch OthaarThrallTitan
The pre-demonic and the evil ones.
In previous lore, the Eredar were great sorcerers who consumed all life around them, and were one of the two demonic races, the other being the dreadlords, Sargeras fought against. In Burning Crusade, however, the Eredar were established as having an advanced peaceful society before they became the first sentient race to join the Legion. In both cases, however, the Eredar declared their own language, Eredun, to be the Legion's common tongue.
In ancient times, possibly before their civilization was even formed, the Eredar were granted a magical crystal by the Naaru, which they came to revere. The object assisted them in their magical endeavours and helped build their society before the arrival of Sargeras. Then, the crystal warned Velen of Dark Titan's evil and established a link with the Naaru, who helped the Prophet and his followers escape the Burning Legion. During their flight from Argus, the crystal was shattered into seven pieces, which are now known as the Ata'mal Crystals.
After the Eredar joined the Legion, one of their leaders, Kil'jaeden, was tasked by Sargeras with seeking out the darkest races in the universe and adding them to the Burning Legion. As such, Kil'jaeden first enslaved the Dreadlords, led by Tichondrius, then added the Pit Lords to the ranks.
The Eredar who joined the Legion are dubbed as the "man'ari", an Eredun term with no specific meaning, which describes something "horrifically wrong, twisted, unnatural and defiled". While mostly used by the draenei to describe Kil'jaeden and Archimonde's followers, the term has been occasionaly used by some of the demonic Eredar.
During the War of the Ancients, Sargeras sent Archimonde himself to supervise the invasion. The demon lord succeeded in turning around the tide of the war temporarily by luring the night elven forces into a trap, and personally fought and slew the demigod Malorne. While he was toying with the night elf commander, Jarod Shadowsong, Archimonde was dragged back into the Twisting Nether along with the rest of the Legion when the Well of Eternity imploded.
Following the Third War, Medivh's tower of Karazhan came to be inhabited by the Eredar Prince Malchezaar. It is unknown how or when he arrived in the tower, or what his purpose was, but one of the items he dropped was the axe of Grom Hellscream, Gorehowl. This was seemingly retconned later on, as it was revealed that Thrall kept the axe after Hellscream's death.
Draenei who are willing to serve the Legion can also be turned into Man'ari Eredar. One of the most notable examples of this was one of the former leaders of the Draenei, Exarch Othaar, who became the demon Socrethar. In the primary timeline, Socrethar was sent by the Legion to retrieve an Ata'mal Crystal in Netherstorm, but he was betrayed by his former underling, the dreadlord Culuthas, who kept the artifact for himself and broke away from the Legion.
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