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Isiden Perenolde

Race:

Human

Nationality:

Alterac Icon Alteraci

Gender:

Male

House:

Perenolde

Occupation:

Claimant to Alterac

Affiliations:

Alterac Icon Kingdom of Alterac

Status:

Unknown

Relatives:

Aiden Perenolde, uncle
Isolde Perenolde, aunt
Aliden Perenolde, cousin
Beve Perenolde, cousin

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Lands

Alterac Mountains · Alterac Valley · Strahnbrad · Alterac City · The Uplands · Dandred's Fold · Ravenholdt Manor · Gallows' Corner · Blackmoore · Thonbridge

Organizations

Alteraci Army · Alterac Navy · Alterac Syndicate · Ravenholdt · Stormpike Clan · Druids of the Grove · Argus Wake · Crushridge Clan · Frostwolf Clan · Kingdom of Alterac · House of Perenolde

Notable Figures & Events

Aiden Perenolde · Isiden Perenolde · Aliden Perenolde · Fahrad · Hath · Daval Prestor · Valimar Mordis · Vanndar Stormpike · Balinda Stonehearth · Drek'thar · Ignaeus Trollbane · Downfall of Alterac · Conflict in Alterac Valley

See also, Alteraci, Alteic (Language), Alterac (Disambiguation), Perenolde Calendar

Lord Isiden Perenolde was the nephew of Lord Aiden Perenolde of Alterac. Not much is known of his early life, nor his contributions within the Second War, but it is known that upon the discovery of his families betrayal he fled the kingdom entirely, taking refuge in the neighboring land of Gilneas where he personally hoped to rally support. After the war's end when the matter of succession began to heat up, Isiden Perenolde, along with Aliden Perenolde were both considered to be successors to the crown. While Aliden was refused his birthright by the opinions of both King Thoras Trollbane of Stromgarde and King Terenas Menethil II of Lordaeron, Isiden managed to gain support from at least one of the Alliance Kings, Genn Greymane of Gilneas.

It is unknown what happened to the man after the Perenolde family was forced into exile. While he himself did not join his family and is still considered to be the only viable claimant to the throne of Alterac, he was also still in Gilneas after the erection of the Greymane Wall and was could have been subjected to the Worgen Curse like many other Gilneans in the region. Regardless he has not been seen or heard from since Gilneas's return to the Alliance, where he is or why he makes no push to reclaim Alterac remains a mystery.