Grommash is mostly used as a late-game finisher together with other card from the Synergies list to gain maximum burst without ability to react afterwards. In an ideal case you want to trigger Grommash's enrage on the same turn he is played for maximum (usually 10 or 12) surprise damage. See the synergies section below for various ways to activate him.
|Inner Rage||Common||Warrior||Spell||General||0||Deal 1 damage to a minion and give it +2 Attack.|
|Whirlwind||Free||Warrior||Spell||General||1||Deal 1 damage to all minions.|
|Cruel Taskmaster||Common||Warrior||Minion||General||2||2||2||Battlecry: Deal 1 damage to a minion and give it +2 Attack.|
I can wait no longer.Summon
Taste my blade.Attack
Grommash "Grom" Hellscream was the chieftain of the Warsong clan, and best friend and chief advisor to Warchief Thrall. He was the first orc who drank the blood of Mannoroth the Destructor, thus binding the Horde to the Burning Legion — and he would eventually pay the ultimate price to free himself and his people from the curse.
"Grommash" means "The Giant's Heart" in orcish. Grom, a powerful blademaster, was the best friend and adviser of Thrall, so much so that Thrall considered him a brother. They would eventually fight against the demonic entity that bound the orcish race to slavery: Mannoroth. The two orcs won, but at a terrible price; Grom's life. He lies buried in Ashenvale, in the area now known as Demon Fall Canyon, which is near the site where he and Thrall destroyed Mannoroth. In memory of him is Grommash Hold, in Orgrimmar, as well as the Grom'Gol Base Camp in Stranglethorn Vale. Just outside Grommash Hold is Mannoroth's armor, complete with axe-hole, with a plaque dedicated to Grom. His axe, Gorehowl, was long held by his son and heir, Garrosh.