 Zagara <Broodmother of the Swarm>


A Summoner who provides lots of vision of the battleground.
If Kerrigan is the Queen of the Zerg, then Zagara is the mother of the brood. Cunning and tenacious, she commands her minions on the field of battle. Encounter her brood and beware: Mess with her children, and you answer to mama.
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 Zagara (base skin  from StarCraft)  Rare
 If Kerrigan is the Queen of the Zerg, then Zagara is the mother of the brood. Cunning and tenacious, she commands her minions on the field of battle. Encounter her brood and beware: Mess with her children, and you answer to mama.
 Crypt Queen Zagara (from Call of Kel'Thuzad)  Rare  provided from Answer the Call of Kel'Thuzad
 Within the Nexus are an infinite number of universes and an infinite number of undead to recruit into the Lich Lord's army. Crypt Queen Zagara now serves as the ultimate living siege weapon of the Scourge.
 Desert Queen Zagara (from Luxoria)  Rare
 The sands of Luxoria are ever shifting. In ancient times, they were ruled by the Scorpid Swarm, and if the ancient Queen Zagara has her way, they shall be once again.
 Insectoid Zagara (from Nexusaltered Koprulu Sector)  Legendary
 Dr. Wright hypothesized only insects would survive in the apocalypse. Years later, as the mutated hivemother's pincers closed around his neck, he realized how right he was.
 Overqueen Zagara (from Nexusaltered Koprulu Sector)  Epic
 As his Queen ordered, Abathur augmented Zagara, allowing her more flexible thinking and a stronger control over her brood... but there's always room for more improvement.
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