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.
The Suramar questline steadily unravels ancient Elven history, from the time before the coming of the Burning Legion to the destruction of the Well of Eternity, and presents you with a gradually unfolding picture of Elvenkind and their society.
This is just one of those things that's always bugged me -- why are two handed weapons so small on Blood Elves, especially Blood Elf women?
All Elves on Azeroth today date back to the ancient Kaldorei who rose to power before the Sundering.
It comes up time and again, when talking about the races of Azeroth, there are those races that were created as seed races by the Titans -- the Earthen, the Vrykul, the Giants, perhaps the Tol'vir and Mogu as well -- and then there are those races that appear to have either predated the arrival of the Titans or have arisen after them.
I have a lot of unrealistic desires in WoW, stuff that would be cool but probably not in the realm of happening.