Rehgar Earthfury has seen his share of combat, both as a gladiator, and a master of his own team of fighters. Now, having put that life aside, he serves as a simple shaman of the Earthen Ring, earning his redemption by healing the broken lands of Azeroth.
Instead of using a mount, you transform into a Ghost Wolf with 20% increased Movement Speed. Basic Attacks in Ghost Wolf form cause you to lunge at your target and deal 75% bonus damage. Dealing damage, using Abilities, and channeling cancels Ghost Wolf form.
Being a more aggressive Support, Rehgar can reliably keep The Butcher alive and provide additional damage to his targets. Lightning Shield is good for extra bits of damage, and also aids in waveclear, which is important when The Butcher is gathering Fresh Meat, while Earthbind Totem is useful to prevent opponents from fleeing, especially when they have been marked with Butcher's Brand. Lastly, Bloodlust greatly boosts The Butcher performance.
Similarly to Uther, Rehgar is a strong healer, and has the right tools to complement Li Li's set. His Lightning Shield can be used in conjuntion with Cloud Serpent on Warriors and Melee Assassins to improve their trading ability, while Earthbind Totem works fantastically with Water Dragon, especially if Earthgrasp Totem is taken, allowing for a massive slow chain.
Rehgar Earthfury was born on Draenor into an orc clan warring with a band of ogres. Rehgar grew into a strong warrior and was sold to the orc arenas.
He was later chosen to participate in the orcs' invasion of Azeroth, leading to his capture and internment. Unable to subjugate him, the guards sold him as a gladiator. He escaped and became a fighter in underground arenas, gaining riches and fame.
Using his winnings, Rehgar purchased another orc, Bloodeye Redfist. After Bloodeye’s death, Rehgar set out to find a replacement for his team. He later discovered an amnesiac human on the coast of Durotar, and enslaved him as a gladiator.
The human had killed a crocolisk in self-defense when Rehgar's group came across him, and so Rehgar jokingly nicknamed the man "Croc-Bait". In time, he would be dubbed “Lo’Gosh” by the spectators of Dire Maul, before it was later revealed that the human was actually Varian Wrynn, the King of Stormwind.
Rehgar and Garrosh frequently butted heads. Rehgar wanted to remain open to diplomacy with the Alliance and conserve their treaty of non-aggression with Theramore.
Garrosh openly challenged Thrall's leadership when they returned to Orgrimmar. Rehgar advised Thrall to make an example of Garrosh before his warmongering ideas spread.
As the fires of war subsided, Rehgar became a member of the New Council of Tirisfal. Joining the Earthen Ring, Rehgar traveled to the Maelstrom after the Shattering. There he and other shaman worked to heal the world in the wake of Deathwing's destruction.