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Kyelv Sorel was the Admiral of the Regiment of Theramore, and also brother of the Order of the Sword's former High Priestess, Elosai Sorel. Before his death, he left the regiment and was flagged by many as a deserter. Leaving the isle, he became a crewman aboard a pirate ship, and died in a conflict at sea.
Name: Kyelv Sorel
Birthplace: Andorhal, Lordaeron
Resting place: Theramore Isle
- Elosai Sorel (sister, deceased)
Kyelv was born sixteen years before the Third War. His father took him into service of the Lordaeron Army, leaving Kyelv's mother, sister and brother behind. He rose to the rank of Sergeant, before leaving the regiment to follow Jaina Proudmoore to Kalimdor. There he served as a Commodore in her regiment for two years; and when the Admiral was killed in action, he became the next Admiral, leading the Regiment.
Many years later, he was attacked during a mission accompanying Highlord Tristam Galahand, hunting a demon in Stormwind City (who was formerly a Lieutenant in the Regiment of Theramore before becoming possessed). The demon almost killed Kyelv, though luckily Kyelv survived the attack, and as the demon turned to Tristam (which resulted in it's death), Kyelv managed to escape.
He spent two weeks in hospital, and the only news he heard from Theramore was that they had forgotten him and promoted Commander Nimarij Tavis'hon to Admiral in a flash. Feeling banished and unwanted, Kyelv went missing for two weeks. But then, Lieutennant Toulkas Shadelash found Kyelv as a deserter captain in the Dustwallow Marsh. Toulkas dragged him back to Theramore, to Tristam. Kyelv explained his initiation to the deserters simply because he wanted to feel proud to wear the tabard once again. Tristam reassigned Kyelv as the Admiral. Though Kyelv was the proud Admiral of Theramore's regiment again, his men did not view him as such. Many soldiers disagreed with Tristam's decision, not trusting a deserter to be an Admiral. Because of this, he left the isle and travelled back to the Eastern Kingdoms. Homesick from his life at sea, he ended up being recruited into a gang of pirates and bandits, resulting in his death at sea 6 months later in a conflict against a rival gang.