If you play a Death Knight, a Blood Elf or a Night Elf in World of Warcraft (and seemingly not a Void Elf or a Nightborne) then you're going to notice a few changes in patch 8.3, specifically to your eyes. As part of the incoming Shadowlands changes that will be made to character customization options for all characters, Blizzard is going to test out some changes to the way that certain eyes glow, and the certain ones in question appear to be DKs, Blood and Night Elves.
This past week, I did the quest to get my Dwarven Heritage Armor.
The Night Elves have their own perfectly valid reasons for not trusting the Nightborne right off the bat -- but that isn’t really helpful when trying to forge new alliances.
Last week, we discussed the peculiar decisions that led the Void Elves straight into the arms of the Alliance.
Okay, so we finally have Allied Races, and more are coming in Battle for Azeroth, so we can talk about their racial abilities.
Now that Allied Races have arrived on the scene, new alliances have been formed -- although not quite as expected.
By What Azeroth Knows, I don't mean the planet itself.
For the roots of the divide between the few remaining High Elves and the Blood Elves, we must go back to two figures -- Kael'thas Sunstrider and Garithos, self-proclaimed Grand Marshal of the few remaining Alliance forces in the region after Prince Arthas Menethil's betrayal of his father and his kingdom to the Scourge.
Quel'Thalas today is still recovering from the wounds inflicted by the Third War.
We've talked about the origins of the High Elves in their Highborne ancestors, and the Shen'dralar of Eldre'Thalas and their history.