World of Warcraft: The Movie (2011)
"World of Warcraft" takes place in world of Azeroth. The story focused on the human nations which make up the Eastern Kingdoms, and the Orcish Horde which arrived in Azeroth via a dark portal, beginning the great wars. The Orcs arrived from another world, referred to as Draenor or Outland, a world which will be shattered into pieces by demonic magics during the events of "Warcraft II." Later, the world of Azeroth was expanded, revealing the new continents of Kalimdor, Northrend and Pandaria, allowing the introduction of the Night Elves, Tauren and other major races into the universe. The world of Azeroth also contains the traditional fantasy setting races of elves, dwarves, gnomes, orcs, and trolls. "World of Warcraft" contains elements from fantasy, steampunk, and science fiction: such as gryphons, dragons, and elves; steam-powered automata; zombies, werewolves, and other horror monsters; as well as time travel, spaceships, and alien worlds.
Did You Know? "World of Warcraft" has inspired two board games: "World of Warcraft: The Board Game" (including "Shadow of War" and "The Burning Crusade" expansions) and "World of Warcraft: The Adventure Game," produced by Fantasy Flight Games. There are also a trading card game, and a collectible miniatures game on the market, both formerly produced by Upper Deck Entertainment, now produced by Cryptozoic Entertainment.