From the moment he said "Lok'tar, friend." I knew he was destined to be Warchief of the Horde. Knowing nothing about the Warcraft universe and rolling the race that looked most like a mentally challenged Hulk, Kaltunk influenced me from the get-go. He was the quintessential Horde. Dedicated to his race and serving as a Shepard to the new players finding their place in a war-torn world, as an orc my journey started with Kaltunk. He may have pointed me to someone that would tell me to discipline peons and pick cactus apples, but that was what it was like back in the day, you survive from day to day. Those apples meant the difference between survival and starvation while struggling to survive in the desolate wasteland of Durotar. He wasn't off leading legions to war or becoming the most powerful shaman ever to commune with the elements. No, he was farming his land and feeding his people. He was a Joe the Plumber, if you will. That is the backbone of this Orcish Horde. Kaltunk is an every-Orc. Kaltunk is a you-and-me, Kaltunk should be Warchief of this Horde.