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Cho'gall is a legendary warlock minion card, from the Whispers of the Old Gods set.

Other versions

How to get

Card packsThe Regular version can be opened from any of these packs:

Whispers of the Old Gods
Regular1 (random)
Card packsThe Golden version can be opened from any of these packs:

Whispers of the Old Gods
Golden Wild
Golden1 (random)
CraftingCraft a Regular copy for 1600 Dust.pngRegular1
CraftingCraft a Golden copy for 3200 Dust.pngGolden1



  • ▶️ VO_OG_121_Male_Ogre_Play_01.wav To his will, all flesh succumbs! (What he said!)
  • ▶️ ChoGall_Play_Stinger.wav <music stinger>
  • ▶️ VO_OG_121_Male_Ogre_Attack_01.wav Infinite night! (More!)
  • ▶️ VO_OG_121_Male_Ogre_Death_01.wav <death sound>


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Cho'gall (sometimes spelled Cho'Gall) was a powerful ogre mage, Initiate of the Fifth Circle of the Shadow Council, and Chieftain of the Twilight's Hammer clan. Cho'gall managed to survive with remnants of his clan when  Gul'dan was torn to shreds by demons during his quest to find the Eye of Sargeras toward the end of the Second War. Fleeing to Kalimdor and taking refuge within the ruined city of Ahn'Qiraj, Cho'gall's body became warped by the power of the Old God  C'Thun.

With the return of  Deathwing and the Shattering that followed in his wake, Cho'gall aligned himself and the Twilight's Hammer with the corrupted Aspect and his allies, the powerful Elemental Lords Al'Akir and Ragnaros, to help usher in the end times. Overseeing the cult's efforts from his citadel in the Twilight Highlands, Cho'gall was struck down by champions of Azeroth within his own throne room.

Cho is the name of the ogre's two-eyed right head (shown on the left), while Gall is the name of the one-eyed left head (shown on the right). Each speaks with its own voice and indeed has its own personality, the two at times even clashing over the actions to be taken by their one, shared body. Cho is generally held to be the primary personality, with Gall's in-game quotes often displayed in parentheses following Cho's lines; Gall often responds to Cho's quotes rather than speaking for himself. While Cho's voice is deep and powerful, Gall's is higher-pitched and more maniacal.

In Heroes of the Storm Cho has control over the ogre's massive body, while Gall is powerless but to be carried wherever Cho goes. While Cho therefore controls the body's brutish strength, Gall commands the majority of the pair's warlock powers.


  • While in Hearthstone, Cho is the one to say "To his will all flesh succumbs" and "Infinite night!" with Gall saying "What he said", this is actually a reversed version of the way the lines were spoken in the original World of Warcraft boss encounter; during the WoW encounter, Gall is the one to utter "To His will all flesh succumbs. From His kingdom, chaos comes!" as well as "Gone is the dawn! Come shades of Twilight. Come madness. Come havoc! Come Infinite Night!!", while Cho is the one to parrot the former line with "Yes - what he said."
  • Cho is voiced by Patrick Seitz, while Gall is voiced by Grant George.
  • Cho'gall uses the play animation of  Sayge, Seer of Darkmoon.
  • Cho'gall's rework was teased by Matt London in November 2022, about 10 months before the actual change happened.[1]


Patch changes

  • TTN Logo.pngPatch (2023-08-22):
    • Received a new entrance animation.
    • Now costs 8 (Up from 7).
    • Now has 8 health (Up from 7).
    • Now has 8 attack (Up from 7).
    • Now reads: "Battlecry: Return all cards you discarded this game to your hand. They cost Health instead of Mana." (previously: "Battlecry: The next spell you cast this turn costs Health instead of Mana.")
  • Whispers of the Old Gods logo.png Patch (2016-04-24):
    • Added.

External links

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Matt London on Twitter (X). (2022-11-05).