In the WarCraft universe, the High Elves are a splinter group of "Highbourne" Night Elves, led by Dath'Remar Sunstrider, who were expelled from Kalimdor 10,000 years before the events in the computer games for using magic, which attracted the Burning Legion and nearly destroyed Azeroth. Due to their racial addiction to magic, these elves became shorter, their skin paled and their hair turned blonde or brown, as they journeyed farther from the world's traditional source of magic, the Well of Eternity on Mount Hyjal. After a journey across the Great Sea, they settled in a land they called Quel'Thalas, the High Realm, on a large peninsula in northern Lordaeron, where they had found a new source of magic in the enchanted Sunwell. Isolated from the human and dwarven kingdoms to the south, they founded the grand capital of Silvermoon and worked to copy the civilization that they had built on ancient Kalimdor before the demonic invasion.more...
Around 2,000 years before WC1, because of troubles in fighting the native trolls of the region, the High Elves appealed to the humans for aid and taught them magic. Many of the first men who were taught the arcane arts later founded the mystical city-state of Dalaran where they could practice their art in peace, and the magical prowess of their desc...
Pirates Inc are a social guild on the server Quel'Thalas, on the online multi-player game World of Warcraft, formed after a previous guild Malus Excercitus took an unfortunate dip, and the GM decided to leave. Despite the previous entry, Pirates Inc are known to be friendly, and are always recruiting. Their Guild Master is Bunnywabbit, but Newflesh sometimes steps in.
The guild is well known to have a good banter, just about things in general, and lend a helping hand.
They have been known to /gkick players from time to time for taking items from the guild bank and selling them for money, instead of being responsible and using them. Players that are rude or unkind are given a warning, before being removed.
I wanna join Pirates Inc
Pirates Inc are awesome
Once the High Elven homeland of Quel'Thalas was desroyed by the death knight Arthas and the necromancer/lich Kel'Thuzad, the High Elves broke off from the Alliance and called themselves the Blood Elves.
Hey why doesn't someone make a map where Blood Elves are a race?
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thousands of years ago, the exiled Highborne landed on the shores of Lordaeron and founded the enchanted kingdom of Quel'Thalas. These high elves, as they called themselves, created a fount of vast, magical energies within the heart of their land - the Sunwell. Over time, they grew dependant on the Sunwell's unstable energies - regardless of the bitter lessons they'd learned in ages past.
During the Third War, the villainous Prince Arthas invaded Quel'Thalas and reduced the once-mighty realm to rubble and ashes. His undead army decimated nearly ninety percent of the high elven population. In addition, he used the Sunwell's energies to resurrect Kel'thuzad - a powerful undead Lich - thereby fouling the Sunwell's mystical waters. The few elven survivors, realizing that they had been cut off from the source of their arcane power, grew increasingly volatile and desperate.
In the midst of the elves' darkest hour came Kael'thas Sunstrider - the last of Quel'Thalas' royal bloodline. Kael, as he was commonly known, knew that the remnant of his people would not long survive without the nourishing magics that once empowered them. Renaming his people blood elves, in honor of their fallen countrymen, he taught them how to tap into ambient mystical energies - even demonic energies - in order to sate their terrible thirst for magic. In search of a new destiny for his people, Kael'thas ventured to the remote world of Outland where he e...
A horde race from World of Warcraft that was added in the Burning Crusade expansion. Close relatives of the night elves. They were once one race, yet split off after the events of the original Warcraft to pursue their corrput arcane arts, while the night elves chose to forsake the magic that had nearly ripped the world in two and study druidic magic. They were known as the Highborn until their capital of Quel'Thalas was destroyed by an undead army, leading them to rename themselves the blood elves in remembrance of the blood they spilled defending their homeland. They fled to Outland to escape the scourge circa Warcraft III The Frozen Throne, where they established a base of operations.
Comparing a blood elf to Zoolander is an insult to male models everywhere.
prince of the blood elf who likes to burn anything in his way but hits like a pussy. has the ability to burn 25 lv70s to dust in 30 seconds. obsessed with mana, refuses to eat anything other than mana and possibly mana wyrms. has 3 green burning globes constantly orbiting on top of his head.
Kael'thas: The Scourge devoured our ancient homeland of Quel'Thalas. The once-proud bloodline of my people is nearly spent. The few of us that remain now call ourselves blood elves, in homage to our murdered people.
A faction of World of Warcraft. Made up of the player races orcs, trolls, tauren, undead and now blood elves.more...
They are generally fanatical, crazy and have no lives. During conventions such as Blizzcon the players scream out insanely to support the Horde, showing how mentally far gone they are.
Horde are a pretty barbaric lame faction, so what the Blizzard team keeps doing is taking stuff from the Alliance and putting it with the Horde.
-Khadgar, the Alliance's heroic archmage who nearly sacrificed his life to destroy the Horde. Now he's neutral and Horde friendly.
-Blood Elves; Quel'thalas (the blood elf homeland) has traditionally been Alliance and friendly to humanity for thousands of years in the story. The humans saved the blood elves twice, from their hated enemies trolls. Now blood elves were given some weird, bad story and shoved into the Horde, and suddenly hate the Alliance. They say they were betrayed, but that isn't true. Their prince Kael was charged with treason in Warcraft 3, and now in World of Warcraft blood elf players fight Kael anyway. So this betrayal nonsense is bullshit.
-Dalaran, a member of the Alliance since Warcraft 2. Even in current pre-Wrath of the Lich King (expansion pack) Warcraft, Dalaran is Alliance. There are Horde quests to kill these Dalaran Magi, and they fight a war against the Forsaken. Since Horde are too lame as it is, in the expansion Dalaran will be made neutral to them.
-Paladins. All of a sudd...