The most recognizable orc in the Warcraft universe is currently not taking part in events related to Battle for Azeroth. After defeating Garrosh, the elements turned away from the shaman, which greatly weakened his powers. The situation worsened by the fact of losing the artifact weapon - Doomhammer, which was used by the gamers that played as enhancement shamans during the Legion expansion.
Where is Thrall hiding in Battle for Azeroth?
Former Warchief Commander of the Horde returned to his family and decided to focus on raising his son, Durak. At the moment, there is no further information if the orc is going to return and play a more important role. Originally, everything looked a bit different.
Thrall lost his voice
Thrall was supposed to appear in Legion, but due to Chris Metzen's health problems (he was the Thrall's voiceover), the original plans were changed and Sylvanas finally held a farewell ceremony for Vol'jin. Throughout the previous patch we practically didn't meet our favourite shaman and it's not clear if he's going to show up in Battle for Azeroth as well. Chris Metzen left the ranks of Blizzard and the green orc "lost his voice".
Future updates will show whether Thrall will participate in Azeroth's history, because at this moment and according to the story, he is not involved in the conflict between the Alliance and the Horde. Fans speculate, however, that there may be a similar situation like with Garrosh. Thrall would appear at a critical moment in the Battle for Azeroth finale and stop Sylvanas from she commits further crimes.