|所在地||Cathedral Square, Stormwind City|
Deceased (post-Quest:A Stolen Heart (Alliance))
|同伴||Assistant Brightstone (assistant and student)|
In his childhood, Baros lived and worked on the Alexston Farmstead in Westfall. At some point his family's home was burned down and taken over by thieves. Baros' father was unable to save all their possessions, so he hid them away on the farm.
Baros became member of the Stonemasons Guild. He worked with , and their main project was to rebuild Stormwind after the War. Through years of work, the Guild completed the rebuilding of Stormwind. At that time, Edwin VanCleef had been elected Guildmaster of the Stonemasons, and spoke out, demanding restitution for their works. In response, the Stormwind House of Nobles ordered the Stonemasons' Guild disbanded. Leading a riot, VanCleef led the Stonemasons out of the city. It was at this time that Alexston was offered the position of city architect if he did not join with VanCleef. Because of certain ideological differences, Alexston chose to remain in Stormwind.
It's known that owes Baros a favor, though it's unknown what for.
World of Warcraft and the Cataclysm era
Baros's father told his son that he hid the family possessions. Baros eventually asked the adventurers of the Alliance to go to his former house and to find the buried possessions, his first compass among them. He was also involved in the events leading to the exposing of the betrayal of Gregor Lescovar.
Still working as the architect of Stormwind, he hired Foreman Wick and the Royal Stonecutter's Guild under Mason Goldgild to remove a wall of Stormwind's Canals with explosives and build the gatehouse and the road leading down into Stormwind Harbor. Later he ordered the two to recover and repair Danath Trollbane's statue in the Valley of Heroes in the wake of the Cataclysm.
Warlords of Draenor
During the early stages of the war against the Iron Horde in Draenor, Baros was summoned by Khadgar to build Lunarfall, an Alliance garrison situated in Shadowmoon Valley. He was eager to take the land for the Alliance.
He serves as a chief architect of the settlement, remarking his previous work in rebuilding Stormwind City and stating that building Lunarfall will be "a walk in the park" compared to this. However, Baros soon finds himself in over his head and often comments on how stressful managing the garrison is. He has a crush on Lieutenant Thorn and often speaks fondly of her to the commander.
- At your service, commander.
- Have you seen Brightstone? My latest assistant is more than a handful.
- She does everything to the extreme - drinking, talking, rushing from one task to another...
- She is a damn fine architect though, and probably the brightest student I've ever had.
- I'll give her that.
- Garrison established
- Lieutenant Thorn is a shining example to us all. Never have I seen such a dedicated leader.
- I haven't worked up the courage to speak to her, but perhaps someday, she will know my name.
- Tell me, commander, what do you think of Lieutenant Thorn? Whenever she's around, I get so flustered.
- I'm just... not really good with women. Which she is an exceptional example of. A woman, that is. Although she is also a worgen. Which I also like. Oh, that long, silky fur...
- Hello, Commander.
- Orders, Commander?
- What do you need?
- My men are standing ready.
- Just say the word, Commander.
- Ahhh, I uh... <clears throat> hope you intend to pay the stonemasons for this work. That uh, didn't turn out so well last time.
- On it.
- For the Alliance!
- I'll call in a few favors.
- We'll get it done.
- We got a lot of work to do.
- Possibly a reference to motorcycle racer Alex Barros.