One of the Horde's greatest heroes, Lexar was the product of a combination of orcs and ogres. He grew up in the Moknassa clan in Draenor as a child. Despite being biracial, his burly physique and amazing strength made him shine in the first war of the tribal invasion of Azeroth. However, the bloody conflict and the siege from within the tribe (his war wolf Harassa also died in the hands of the orc warlock) slowly consumed Rexar's enthusiasm for fighting for the tribe, eventually leading him to leave alone. Lexar and his new friends, including the giant bear Misha , disappeared into the world of Azeroth. Now he is convinced that the beast is more trustworthy than the "civilized" world.
Lexar was born in a small village on Blade's Edge Mountains in Outland. His father, Leorox, was chief of the Moknassa. The Moknassa are a hybrid of orcs and ogres, and have always been known for their stubbornness and independence. Because of their scarcity, and the ogres constantly competing with themselves for the residence of the Blades and Hills, their lives have always been difficult.
As he grew older, he realized that he would not have a future in Draenor's world. Rexxar has always wanted to tell his father that the orcs have established a dark gate, and that the Moknassa tribe, who is always threatened by ogres, may open up a new world to live in. But in Leorox's view, his son just didn't want to stay in his birthplace, and didn't want to fight heroically to protect his hometown. The purpose of the two was the same, both to help his own tribe; but in the end, he went against his father's will and joined an expeditionary force that was later called the "old tribe." He severed his relationship with his father.
Lexar 's experience after crossing the Dark Gate is unknown. The only thing that can be verified is that he and Grom Hellscream once fought alongside the Dark Gate against the Alliance army led by Turalyon. Due to the betrayal of Ner'zhul, the Warsong clan was defeated, Grom Hellscream was spared, and Rexxar was missing. Perhaps in this successive bloody battle, Rexxar was awake, recognizing the ugly face that Gul'dan and Ner'zhul let the orc warriors sacrifice for their own self-interest, and reduced the once noble orcs to bloodthirsty violent Confused by the war criminal, Rexxar left the orc army sadly, wandering in the wilderness, constantly communicating with nature.
As he wandered around, he made good friends with some animals; the most famous, of course, was the brown bear Misha , a bear blessed by magic—a friend he deeply attached to. But in Azeroth, the boundary between "wilderness" and "civilization" is not too obvious; and Lexar cannot escape the endless battle between the alliance and the tribe. As a result, he and Misha sailed across the endless sea to the barren land of Kalimdor.
One day, while Lexar and Misha were strolling through the barren land, they found an orc warrior in danger: he was besieged by a group of hard-maned boar men. Lexar expelled the herd of wild boars, but the orc warrior was also dying. Before he took his last breath, the orc warrior asked Rexxar to help him send a letter to Orc Chieftain Thrall in Orgrimmar.
Rexar came to Orgrimmar, brought the letter to Thrall, and was shocked that "the former demon slave, now under Thrall's leadership, has become a hardworking civilized race." Thrall thanked Rexar for his admiration and invited him to live long in Durotar . Respecting Sal and the tribe, Rexxar decided to stay in the area for a while to help the tribe build a new home together.
First, he retrieved some rare [Shimmergrass] for Drek'Thar , chief of the Frostwolf clan; then he helped Thrall's adviser, Nazgrel, to destroy the queen of the Harpy. He also helped the goblin Gazloweva dissolve the competition of the Kobold Mining Squad; in the process, he made a good friend with a Pandaren winemaker, Chen Storm, and helped an orc shaman .
When he had completed all Durotar's missions, Thrall let Rexar head to Durotar's south, a small outpost on the endless coast. Rexar discovered a large number of abnormal human movements in the area and reported the news to Thrall. Then he received another mission-to find out why Durotar's Thunder Lizard was going crazy. Behind the scenes, Rexxar found that humans were still playing tricks: their mining camps disturbed the Thunder Lizards. After these incidents, Rexa's heart was no longer inclined to the human side.
When he returned to the outpost on the endless coast with Nazgrel, he found that all the orcs here had been slaughtered by human invaders! In the fury, Lexar ignored those "non-aggression treaties," and he quickly wiped out the blood-slayered killers.
Lexar returned to Sar where he reported offensive actions by humans. Thrall was outraged by humanity's breach of the peace agreement, and he even wondered whether Jaina Proudmoore was as indifferent as other human politicians. But Thrall and Rexxar's friends, Troll Shadow Hunter Lok Khan, interrupted their discussions and told them about their concerns about humans attacking the Darkspear Trolls. Unsurprisingly, the human fleet razed the unfortunate Darkspear Troll tribe. Vol'jin, leader of the Dark Spear Troll, turned Lexar, Lao Chen, and Lockhan into bipedal dragons and launched a fierce attack on human warships! Next, Vol'jin led the dark spear troll tribe to retreat inland, and these three strong men will fix the humans!
The situation became more and more tense. Later, Thrall received Jaina Proudmoore's proposal for negotiations. He realized the danger, and Lexar volunteered to accept the task of meeting Jaina. Rexxar came to the meeting place, but did not see Jaina, but was besieged by a group of humans, so Thal was soberly aware of the danger of the situation. So Lexar decided to meet with Jaina, and Thrall arranged a thorough cover for the operation-a large-scale bombing on the shore of Theramore arranged to ward off the guards. Lexar successfully entered Theramore, and Jaina claimed she knew nothing about the fleet's actions. Jaina wanted to see evidence of "aggression," and Lexar took her to Durotar, where they were attacked by Naga. After the fierce battle, a human sailor who survived told Jaina: " The admiral will be pleased to see you. "Jaina and Rexxar returned to Theramore, where they met Admiral Daelin Proudmoore. General Proudmoore did not listen to Jaina's advice, insisted on a war with the orcs, and intended to kill Rexar, with the help of Jaina, Rexar escaped Theramore.
After helping Woking do many things, Lexar finally won the trust of Woking. Vol'jin sent him to the Tauren tribe to find another helper for Thrall's imminent invasion. However, when Lexar turned to Kane Bloodhoof for help, Kane told him "I'm tired of killing, tell Thrall I'm dead."
Kane's aides explained to Rexa that Kane's son, Bain Bloodhoof, had been abducted by the centaur, so he was so frustrated. Rexxar and the tauren rescued Bain, and the tauren also came to Durotar to help their orc and troll friends.
Obviously, these allies alone were not enough. Rexxar decided to recruit the Stonemaul Ogres of Dustwallow Marsh . After passing a series of trials, Rexxar joined the ogre tribe; soon he defeated the chief of the ogre tribe and became the leader of the stonemaul ogre. Rexxar led his ogre troops to Tide Bay, and together with the orcs, trolls, and tauren prepared to repel Proudmoore's army. Thrall was shocked by Lexar's achievements and awarded him the title of "Warrior of the Horde".
Finally, the united tribes drove human troops back to Dustwallow Marsh, then Theramore Island, and wiped out Dai Lin's troops in one fell swoop. Rexxar and Dailin had a deadly fight; after hard fighting, Rexxar finally killed Dailin. He told Jaina: "Your father is a strong warrior."
everything is over. The tribe achieved complete victory, and the humans on Theramore would no longer attack them; the peace agreement between Thrall and Jaina was re-established. Thrall invited Rexar to stay in Orgrimmar forever: "Brave Rexar, you saved our home! We will never be able to repay your kindness, you are willing to return to Durotar to build one for yourself A new home? "," I appreciate your invitation, Thrall. But my life is destined to be in the wandering, I belong to the wild wilderness, but please also remember this: I will always be a beast A member of the clan, when you need me, I will come to help, goodbye ... "
It can be seen that Lexar helped the tribal coalition victory in the war, and this victory finally became a major turning point in the tribal and alliance war situation. Among them, Lexar contributed to his prestige and glory. At this point he has become a veritable hero of the tribe.