The Draemor were created a long time ago by a god whose desire was to create something superior to all that existed to the day. He wished destruction, and so he created the first Draemor, Kor'rey-Tarra'gham. Kor', though, turned against his master the instant he breathed life, and with the grand power he had been created with, he destroyed the god that created him. Before he drained all of godhood and became one of the gods himself, though, he was banished from godhood. Legend says that all that he touches shall never be godly.
Kor' created several creatures like him, and he named them the Draemor. They, then, created more of their kind, until there was an entire race. But they all wanted the power that Kor' bore, and so they began to war each other. Kor' silenced, them, though, and claimed himself King. To further prove his point of ultimate power, he disguised himself as alasch and took rule over the race, uniting them for the very first time as a grand empire.
Centuries later his disguise was of no more use. A few sceptical alaschen citizens witnessed their own peopel being transformed in to soulless warriors, today known as the Elitary Sentry to the Alaschen Lord. They were so horrified by this act that they called the aid of powerful mages who tricked Kor' in to banishment. The Demon-King was then seperated from both his race that was calm and the empire he had created.
War broke loose, and the most powerful of Draemor named themselves Princes and they all claimed the throne of Kor' that they saw now abandoned and reachable. Up to this day, the Draemor fight each other to take the throne and thus the loyalty of their entire race.
Loving to show superiority, the Princes tend to take shapes that do show such power. On the other hand, they have shaped other members of their race to bring terror to the heart, or to get a job done well whilst proving that this is a cursed being of the Draemor family. They can be true illusion or horrible nightmare.
Legend says that Kor' named things by vague feelings, giving a single word several meanings. As result, the language became near impossible to understand if one didn't know what the topic was. But the Draemor learnt to cope with it. Still vague, but slightly more clear, the writing evolved in basic, vaguely similiar symbols to embrace the basic 'feel' of the word or sentance, then set around it the actual meaning.
After Kor' was banished, each of the princes had their own dialect; the same symbol or spoken word could suddenly mean two completely opposing things. The language broke down further through the ranks of the Draemor, leaving, at the bottom end or hierarchy, beasts that would seemingly only blabble in confusion.
The Hierarchy can be as complex and simple as the Dialects, but it can be described vaguely as follows:
The King Upon the Untouched Throne may only sit the King. In Theory, any Draemor could take this position if he or she could manage to enslave Kor'rey-Tarra'gham, but practically this is impossible. The King has full command over the entire Draemor bloodline, no matter how thin, weak or stupid it is. Or how powerful.
The Princes Second-in-Command are the Princes, the first Children of Kor'. These have full command over the Draemor that were given to them as gift, that were enslaved through time or that they have created, or that have sworn loyalty to them. The hierarchy may differer at this point, depending on the Prince's style of rulership.
The Generals Following the Princes are the most trusted and most powerful of minions. They are usually the Generals, Regents and highest Representatives of the Draemor Princes, having great power and intellect. These creatures were either gifts of Kor' himself, created by Princes or even beings that worked their way up to the highest peaks of Hierarchy, possibly in betraying the former masters to take their power.
The Court After the highest military and political representatives of the Princes come those that belong to the Court of the Princes. These are those beings that were granted the privilege of living a grand life in safe fortressess, feasting day and night, never be without joy, and so on. These Draemor usually have done great service to the Princes, have gained their trust to a certain degree, or simply are pawns in a greater game.
The Lesser Below the 'nobler' of Draemor are those that are nothing but playthings in the grand war above. They gather souls and try to sell them for power, fight one day for one prince, the next day for the other, are abused as playthings for the greater, and so on. These creatures have no power, or have lost all that they once had to a miscalculation, and are held down here.
The Fallen If a Draemor is Slain, he is immediately torn back to one of the three Cursed Worlds. He is without any power, or with only a spark of his former power, and can not act or do anything until his Soul, or what is left of it, manages to create a new physical shape. Higher Draemor that are slain will be taken and sold to the highest bidder, resulting in millenia of suffering or a swift recovery.
Some Draemor are known in the mortal realms, foremost by those that study the Draemor for whatever reason.
Kor'rey-Tarra'gham; Demon-King, first of the Draemor, said to be banished for eternity. Kar'Dor-Sil; High Lord and Assistant to the Prince of Gar-Dan Kelliah´atar Neheth´zhimm; Self-proclaimed Queen of the Succubi and Princess of Salathan Lorokan; Gate-Keeper of Draenis and Draekar, Banished by Lothial of Ferenthain Zok'ath-Dar; High Prince of Lokat, Devourer of Kuth the Wise and Philiat Evercalm Zarath'al; Master of the Servants of Kur, ready to follow whomever promises him more power