One of the few artistic creations of mine that I can say I'm proud of. A map of Draenor as it appeared - according to my personal interpretation - about 60 years before the Orcish Horde opened the Dark Portal and crossed over into Azeroth, beginning the events of WarCraft I.
This is Draenor before Illidan. Before it was shattered into small pieces by Ner'zhul's incompetence. Before it was ravaged by the hordes of ravenous, bloodrage-driven orcs. This is the age when young Ner'zhul is still an apprentice, Shattrath stands tall as a draenei capital, and Verroak Krasha's father is still courting for the heart of his mother. This is the Golden Age of Draenor, albeit Talgath is not far behind.
Two things always come up when I present this piece. I had to take some artistic liberties.
1) Telmor is in the wrong place! I know. The place described for it in lore simply doesn't exist. There is no "ogre country" in Terokkar at all, let alone north of Auchindoun. So I placed this enigmatic ogre country, and Telmor, to the south, in Darksworn Weald.
2) Plains of Farahlon are not supposed to look like this. I know the official version is that it was shattered like that only years after the explosion. However, since in other zones edges of the map are often old banks and shores, I decided - for artistic sake - it would make sense to make it a set of islands, divided by countless rivers, straits and creeks.
This piece is as finished as it can probably be, unless someone finds other mistakes, artistic or factual, it's probably not going to receive any updates. I may one day undertake a similar project (Old Kalimdor?), but for now this is it.