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The WarCraft universe is the first major one created by Blizzard Entertainment back in 1994, and has continued to evolve to this day and World of WarCraft.

As with the other Blizzard universes, it has expanded through novels, table top games, comics and soon also feature a film.

For more information of World of WarCraft, visit WorldofWar.net.


So far, X games and expansions have been released in the WarCraft universe:

Tabletop games[edit]

  • WarCraft: The Board Game - strategic board game from Fantasy Flight Games, based heavily on WarCraft III
  • WarCraft: The Roleplaying Game - role-playing game from Sword & Sorcery
  • World of WarCraft: The Board Game - board game based on World of WarCraft, also by Fantasy Flight Games
  • World of WarCraft: The Adventure Game - board game based on World of WarCraft, also by Fantasy Flight Games
  • World of WarCraft Miniatures Game - a miniature war game based on World of WarCraft, by Upper Deck Entertainment.

Collectible card games[edit]

  • World of WarCraft Trading Card Game - 2006


  • WarCraft: Day of the Dragon
  • WarCraft: Lord of the Clans
  • WarCraft: Of Blood and Honor
  • WarCraft: The Last Guardian
  • WarCraft: War of the Ancients Trilogy
    • The Well of Eternity
    • The Demon Soul
    • The Sundering
  • World of WarCraft: Cycle of Hatred
  • World of WarCraft: Rise of the Horde
  • World of WarCraft: Tides of Darkness
  • World of WarCraft: Beyond the Dark Portal
  • World of WarCraft: Night of the Dragon
  • World of WarCraft: Arthas: Rise of the Lich King

Film adaption[edit]

At BlizzCon 2007 Blizzard announced a partnership with Legendary Pictures to make a WarCraft movie. Little details have been revealed so far.

Comics & Manga[edit]

A number of comic adaptations have been made including:

  • WarCraft: The Sunwell Trilogy, a manhwa series published by Tokyopop.
  • World of WarCraft, the current ongoing series published by DC Comics imprint Wildstorm.
  • World of WarCraft: Ashbringer, a four-issue mini-series series published by DC Comics imprint Wildstorm.
  • WarCraft: Legends, a four-part graphic novel series, which is a continuation from The Sunwell Trilogy.