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Fandral Staghelm 9 55 Score: 1.9
Illidan Stormrage 4 65 Score: 4.3
Kael'thas Sunstrider 5 70 Score: 4
Lor'themar Theron 2 46 Score: 2.6
Maiev Shadowsong 4 56 Score: 3.6
Malfurion Stormrage 5 33 Score: 4.2
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the only good elf is a cooked one, preferably the ears yum!

Troll, on October 19, 2009 03:49:33   [ Reply ] 
 


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Where the hell is Malfurion!?

Flamdo, on October 23, 2009 05:32:04   [ Reply ] 
 


   

Where is the ever annoying Fandral Staghelm? The only Night elf I actually LIKE watching the horde attack lol.

Frost, on October 23, 2009 03:22:48   [ Reply ] 
 


   

I think you mean fagdouche McStaghole. The dude was a vendor trash grey if I've ever seen one.

Chukie1188, on October 23, 2009 04:05:20   [ Reply ] 
 


   

The night elves, or kaldorei ("Children of the Stars" in their native tongue of Darnassian), have a long and fascinating history. Native to the western continent of Kalimdor, the night elves ended a long period of seclusion at the end of the Third War and became members of the Alliance.

The blood elves (a.k.a. sin'dorei, which means "children of the blood" in Thalassian) are a race composed of former high elves who renamed themselves in honor of their people that were killed during the siege of Quel'Thalas by the Scourge during the Third War. The blood elves of Azeroth joined the Horde in the Burning Crusade expansion, seeking to reunite with Prince Kael'thas Sunstrider in Outland. They have since reclaimed their capital of Silvermoon City, situated in Eversong Woods. Lor'themar Theron led them in Kael'thas' absence. Now, having discovered Kael'thas' true objective (to summon Kil'jaeden to the world), the blood elves of Silvermoon have abandoned him. Lor'themar Theron, Halduron Brightwing and Grand Magister Rommath have been presiding over Silvermoon in the absence of any officially appointed leader.

The high elves, or quel'dorei ("children of noble birth" in Darnassian and "high elves" in Thalassian), are a race descended from the Highborne night elves who left Kalimdor and settled in the Eastern Kingdoms, founding Quel'Thalas.

The high elves were once a significant force on the continent, but in recent times their numbers have been dramatically reduced, 90% of their race having being slaughtered in the Third War. Following this, another 90% of the survivors changed their name to "blood elves" in remembrance of their fallen brethren, and no longer consider themselves high elven. Around 25,000 true high elves remain, those of whom cling to the Alliance trying to restore the glory of their once great people.

(No chance of 3 seperate Elf categories?)

Tortus, on October 24, 2009 09:14:34   [ Reply ] 
 
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