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This article is about the group. For the NPCs, see Atal-Mhuto (NPC).
A member of the Atal-Mhuto
Main leader IconSmall Rokhan.gif Rokhan
  Formerly IconSmall Vol'jin.gif Vol'jin †
Race(s) Jungle trollJungle troll Jungle troll
Base of operations Darkspear Isle, Durotar
Theater of operations Zul'Gurub, Zul'Aman, Ghostlands
Affiliation Darkspear tribe, Horde

The Atal-Mhuto[1] are an elite military group of Darkspear trolls. During the war against the Zandalari, Atal-Mhuto shadow hunters worked under their chieftain Vol'jin to strike at the Amani of Zul'Aman and the Gurubashi of Zul'Gurub, securing the entrances of the city while adventurers fought inside. "Bloodslayer" is a title given to some members of the group and some honored allies.[1]

Known members


  • "Atal" means "devoted to" in Zandali, but the meaning of "Mhuto" is unknown.
    • Atal-Mhuto is the only known example of "Atal" being followed by a hyphen instead of an apostrophe.
  • The Atal-Mhuto were originally named Siame-Quashi. They were renamed in patch 10.1, after fans brought attention to the fact that the word "quashi" has a pejorative meaning in Jamaican Patois.[2]


This article or section includes speculation, observations or opinions possibly supported by lore or by Blizzard officials. It should not be taken as representing official lore.

Rokhan may be an unmentioned member of the Atal-Mhuto, as he is a shadow hunter with close ties to Vol'jin.



  1. ^ a b N [35H] Break the Godbreaker
  2. ^ Anne Stickney on Twitter (2023-04-21). Retrieved on 2021-04-23.​ “Been seen, noted, and absolutely not what we want in the game, period