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For the Warcraft III unit, see Demon Hunter (Warcraft III). Not to be confused with speculation on the model name from in-game files, demonhunter.
Demon hunters ritually blind themselves in exchange for spectral sight that enables them to better sense their prey. This enhanced awareness, together with their great agility and magical prowess, makes demon hunters unpredictable adversaries. An Illidari’s quarry has much to fear.
1 Overview 2 Lore 2.1 Background 2.2 Development & abilities 2.3 Equipment 2.4 Weaponry 3 Relations 4 Notable demon hunters 5 Races 5.1 Customization 6 Specializations & stats 7 Skills/Glyphs 8 Suggested professions 9 Notes 10 Media 10.1 Images 10.2 Videos 11 References 12 See also 13 External links
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The demon hunter is the second hero class in World of Warcraft. Demon hunters start at level 98; at the end of their starting experience they will have reached level 100 and can delve immediately into Legion content. They use fury or pain for their abilities. While in lore, any race can become a demon hunter, in World of Warcraft: Legion, the demon hunter class is only available to night elves and blood elves. They are able to wield warglaives, fist weapons, one-handed axes, and one-handed swords, and they wear cloth and leather armor.
Each player account is only allowed one demon hunter per realm and the player must have a level 70 character already on that realm.
The demon hunter character”s story begins 10 years prior to the events of World of Warcraft: Legion. It is revealed that Illidan sent his elite demon hunters through a portal to the Legion world of Mardum prior to his defeat within the Black Temple. Players progress through this area, and when they return triumphantly to Outland, they are captured by the Wardens and imprisoned within the Vault of the Wardens. They are awoken by their desperate jailers during the Legion”s third invasion.
Drawing on fel forces to fuel their attacks, demon hunters pursue their prey with uncanny agility, dodging away from danger and closing on enemies in the blink of an eye. These melee-focused assassins unleash pent-up fury in the form of devastating attacks—even metamorphosing into terrifying demonic forms in moments of great need.
Demon hunters are dark, shadowy warriors who are shunned by greater society. They made a pact, long ago, to fight against the forces of chaos using its own terrible powers against it. These mysterious warriors ritually blind themselves so that they develop “spectral sight” that enables them to see demons and undead with greater clarity. They wield demonically charged warglaives in battle and even call upon demonic energies to augment their formidable combat skills. Although they are counted as some of the mightiest warriors within the night elves” society, the demon hunters are always maligned and misunderstood for making their selfless pact with darkness. (WC3MP 56 ) Though many among the night elves and the Alliance fear the demon hunters and their pact, all know that demon hunters and their demonically-charged warglaives have played an important part in combating what remains of the Burning Legion.
Main article: Demon hunter (lore)
Varedis, a blood elf demon hunter.
A female demon hunter with eyes intact.
A human demon hunter wearing a lot of armor. Also has eyes intact.
Illidan Stormrage is the most famous demon hunter and was the first of their kind. Even Illidan”s own brother did not appreciate his sacrifice, locking him below ground for ten thousand years for trafficking with dark powers and creating a new version of the Well of Eternity. Illidan”s creation was unique. Sargeras, lord of the Burning Legion, burned away Illidan”s eyes with magic fire until only scorched sockets remained. Illidan”s resulting sight was a maddening display of violent colors. His altered vision allowed him to easily recognize both demons and mortals with magic powers. In addition, Sargeras covered Illidan”s body with black tattoos that increased his arcane power.
Later, a group of night elves, inspired by Illidan”s example, made a pact to turn the Burning Legion”s powers against it, fighting destruction with destruction. Obviously they could not gain their powers in the same way Illidan did, but they discovered other means. In the millennia since, other night elves, and a few creatures of other races, have made the same pact, binding demonic essence in their bodies and using it to destroy the Legion”s minions.
Development & abilities
Demon hunters have a variety of abilities that assist them in destroying demons, though the power coursing through their bodies also allows them to prevail over lesser foes. Demon hunters eschew heavy armor, valuing mobility and speed. As a demon hunter grows in power, they undergo a gradual evolution, becoming more and more demonic in appearance. The changes are cosmetic and can take many different forms, from burning eyes to black blood. By the time demon hunters reaches the pinnacle of their development, they are a twisted and dark version of their former selves. Though the chaotic energy in their body does not affect their personality or allegiance (so the demon hunters claim), it wreaks great changes on their physical form. Their gradual evolution achieves its pinnacle as they become a demonic entity. Their appearance has changed to something frightening: changes can include glowing red eyes, horns, clawed feet and hands, wings, cloven hooves, a spiked tail, dark skin, a deep, rumbling voice, and similar cosmetic changes. The demon hunter becomes an outsider.
Demon hunters can drain a demon’s energy to fuel their own powers. They mainly use fel and shadow energy. They can channel the chaos energy within them into a melee weapon to increase its powers. In time they become more proficient in channeling demonic energy into their weapons, and highly skilled demon hunters are adept at this technique.
Demon hunters have shown the ability to cover their bodies in a shell of flame. They can also unleash the demon in them and temporarily turn themselves into something more.
Playable demon hunters are immortal. They cannot be permanently killed. Illidan revealed this during the demon hunter starting experience; their soul will make its way to the Twisting Nether. There, they will wait until they find a suitable body to inhabit. It is unknown if this pertains to all demon hunters or just playable demon hunters, although there is one who was revived by Kil”jaeden in the Twisting Nether which suggests that not just playable demon hunters are immortal.
Though equipment obviously varies between them, one universal element of the order seems to be the blindfold. Used to conceal the remains of the demon hunters” mutilated eye sockets, the demon hunter blindfold is usually some dark but mundane-looking fabric. Blindfolds are occasionally neglected, perhaps to make the demon hunter appear more frightening and intimidating.
A second common occurrence among demon hunters is the tendency for males to be stripped to the waist, which is just one display of the demon hunters” emphasis on the importance of agility and general rejection of heavier armor. Those female demon hunters that have surfaced have been similarly garbed, wearing only the bare minimum of clothing on their upper bodies, sometimes even nothing at all. Demon hunters further tend to wear what appears to be cloth or leather, favoring greater speed and agility on the battlefield.