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Not to be confused with sethrak.
Sethekk Veilweaver.jpg
Main leader  Talon King Ikiss
 Darkweaver Syth
Race(s) Arakkoa Arakkoa
Base of operations Sethekk Halls
Theater of operations Auchindoun
Language(s) Ravenspeech
Affiliation Master of all arakkoa
  Formerly Sethe

The Sethekk are a faction of the arakkoa who believe themselves to be the true and most loyal followers of the master of all arakkoa. The nature of this master is unknown to outsiders; the arakkoa do not speak of him except to say that his mysteries are for the feathered people alone.

The Sethekk were formed when Talon King Ikiss proclaimed himself Terokk reborn, and gathered the broken and crazed arakkoa cursed by Sethe to his cause. The Sethekk used Sethe's power to control Anzu, the Raven God; in an alternate timeline the ritual to control Anzu was halted by adventurers.[1] As the arakkoa spiraled further into darkness, the Sethekk grew in power in arakkoa society.[2] Eventually the Sethekk abandoned the worship of Sethe in favor of an unnamed Old God--the aforementioned "master of all arakkoa."

The Sethekk interpreted the destruction of Auchindoun to be the arrival of their master on Draenor. Led by Talon King Ikiss and Darkweaver Syth, they left Skettis and set out for the ruins, taking with them the relics of their greatest hero, Terokk, and established themselves in the ruins of Auchindoun. They still seek the master in the temple's ruins and use Anzu to attack the Emerald Dream.

A second group of Sethekk traveled to Auchindoun some years later. They were survivors of the Horde's attack on the Spires of Arak and were led by Grizzik.[3][4] This group presumably merged with Ikiss's group.




  1. ^ N [30-40] Ritual Severance
  2. ^ Don Adams on Twitter: "Without you they have no champions. They become increasingly dire and desperate. The Sethekk gain power. It just spirals from there"
  3. ^ World of Warcraft: Chronicle Volume 2, pg. 98 - 99
  4. ^ World of Warcraft: Chronicle Volume 3, pg. 16