It would be nice to see somekind of reference for this Troll becomes Night Elf lineage... No offense to the Trolls. ;-)
Dark Elves Edit
I took out the reference to "Dark Elves" because there aren't any in Warcraft. Sylvannas is just an undead High Elf.
- --Bevans (FeldmanSkitzoid) 14:41, 22 Nov 2005 (EST)
- There are 'dark elves' in scholomance...but they might be undead as well, no one really knows --Bas 19:54, 5 June 2007 (UTC)
- In the german version of the book they are not called "Dunkelelfen" (german for Dark Elves), just as "dunkle Elfen", describing their skin colour. I always assumed that those are the Night Elves and Rhonin didn't know that term. Regarding the little background information of dark elfes I would say that they are in fact the night elves.. --LemonBaby (talk) 19:50, 25 July 2009 (UTC)
Crack Elf Edit
Does anyone know more about that? I think its some kind of corupted Elf. http://s111.photobucket.com/albums/n147/jnklnoi/crackelf.jpg
- That's simply the data file name for Blood Elves who've let themselves be consumed by their physical desire for magic. Basically, it's both a joke and a serious side-effect, like a crack addict who's overdosed and gone into painful withdrawls. "Crack Elves", or the "Wretched Ones," can be found all over The Ruins of Silvermoon(left of The Dead Scar and Silvermoon City). A captured Wretched One can also be seen in Falconwing Square. ~ Doc Lithius (U)(T)(C) 16:22, 18 March 2007 (EDT)
While I'm fully prepared to accept that Warcraft's elves do draw influences from Tolkien's redition (virtually all elves in modern fantasy do), I'm less certain that we need a huge section that A) summarizes about a third of The Silmarillion and B) implies that Warcraft elves are direct adaptations of Tolkien's. I'm in favor of trimming down and rewording the section extensively. Any thoughts?--Ragestorm 15:21, 10 December 2006 (EST)
I was wondering since the High Elves are good, non-demonic, on the Alliance side and technically a different species if they could have a different section in the Notable People section then with the Blood Elves.—The preceding unsigned comment was added by Mr.X8 (talk • contr).
- Sounds like a good idea... The only problem is when a noteable blood elf was once a noteable high elf :p...Baggins 19:37, 5 June 2007 (UTC)
Ooh, you're right, I guess they should go under Blood Elves since they are currently Blood Elves. Or I would think that but maybe not.—The preceding unsigned comment was added by Mr.X8 (talk • contr).
Then are they staying in 1 group or are we going to split them. All I'm just saying is its easier for someone who wants to see the High Elf's or Blood Elf's article then to seeing who's the High Elf and who's the Blood Elf when theyre in the same group. Mr.X8 15:54, 6 June 2007 (UTC)
- They stay together, because all blood elves used to be high elves. There probably are a few born as blood elves, but they'd still be kids. Plural of "elf" is "elves."-- (talk · contr) 20:41, 6 June 2007 (UTC)
Come on, everyone that knows what an elf is knows elves is plural for elf. Mr.X8 03:36, 9 June 2007 (UTC)
Are there offical sources that say that the Highborne are a separate race? In the time of the WotA, they were simply the upper class magic users of night elf society, with no real physical difference(Dath'remar had light skin, that was more of an individual thing). After most of them broke off and became high elves, things become more blury, as some retain the physical appearance of night elves but are classified as high elves for philosofical reasons. But I haven't personally seen anything that lables them as a race unto themselves, though if anyone can prove me wrong on this, please do.Tweak the Whacked 07:41, 19 December 2007 (UTC)
- Are there are official sources? Yes, the citations are already given in the highborne page. Infact according to Lands of Conflict at the time of War of the Ancients, at that time the high elves were still physically the same as the night elves, yet despite their physical appearance the Kaldorei were already divided along racial lines into the night elves and the “highborn” elves. In Warcraft RPG,  ( According to Shadows & Light, "They had been transformed by the magic flowing through their veins". ) (" According to warcraft rpg, Once a night elf learned to use arcane spellcasting, he suffered a painful transformation that stripped away his native night elf abilities and replaced them with high elf racial abilities. The complete change occured within the space of a week and could not be reversed once its started. ) ( Although stripped of his racial heritage, his physical attributes did not change. ) ( "physical attributes" = physical appearance. )Baggins 07:59, 19 December 2007 (UTC)
It might be good to add info and especially update that elves picture with felbloods. --Nurizeko
Scholomance Elf Edit
The elves wandering about scholomance. We have them listed as High elves. they do have some resemblance to Sylvanas, but as far as i know they're not undead. could they be the darkened elves? A little clarificaton would be nice. Meneldir 05:13, 12 March 2008 (UTC)
- They're high elves that are working with the Scourge. That's simply the old high elf model, because for some reason they never replaced the Scholomance mobs with the new ones. -- Dark T Zeratul 05:37, 12 March 2008 (UTC)
After the War of the Ancients all the night elves we know of ended up in Kalimdor. Yet in the trilogy it specifically mentions elves who fled in other directions as well, which means after the Sundering some of them would have ended up in the Eastern Kingdoms or Northrend. Anyone got any ideas as to what might have happened to them, since as far as I know tthey aren't mentioned anywhere. Jormungand01 (talk) 15:25, 3 September 2008 (UTC)
Elf plus ElfEdit
Since half-elves are a union between elves or half elves with half elves or a non-elf race, what do you call something like a night elf/high elf, night elf/blood elf, or high elf/blood elf? I know they may not exist, but some of the half-elf races do not exist and we still have articles on them. Rolandius ( - contr) 09:36, 17 July 2009 (UTC)
- Can you give an example of a race that doesn't exists and have an article? Or do you mean the half-ogre mage and the like who are theorical but have sources?
- If you mean the later then I would say: Because it is teorized by the in-universe characters, and the night elf/blood elf or high elf/blood elf have never been mentioned. Benitoperezgaldos (talk) 19:08, 17 July 2009 (UTC)
- Half-night elf and Half-blood elf. [[User:Rolandius|Rolandius (]] - contr) 04:58, 18 July 2009 (UTC)
- I didn't mean we should have an article about those two kinds, I was just wondering if they could exist in theory or if there is an example somewhere of one existing that I missed
- Progeny between a High elf and Blood elf would be a Blood elf. Blood Elves are corrupted with Fel Energy and so are their children, nomatter if the other parent aren't corrupted. Just like a Mag'har orc and a Demon corrupted green orc would produse a regular green skinned Orc. Mag'har orc + Orc = Orc. Orc + Chaos Orc = Chaos Orc. Chaos Orc + Fel Orc = Fel Orc. High elf + Blood elf = Blood elf. Assey Westfall (talk) 18:45, November 28, 2013 (UTC)
Undead elf Edit
- I do not think there is enough lore on generic undead elves.-- 21:00, September 5, 2009 (UTC)
- You need to add sources. Without them the article should probably have to be deleted, first of all you don't even give a source telling that they are called "undead elf", unlike half-blood elves who have a source to call them like that. I have added the tag of source needed, I hope you add them as most information seems to be from official sources. Benitoperezgaldos (talk) 15:54, September 6, 2009 (UTC)
I will be deleting the page, since every race can have an undead version... doesn't mean they get a full page dedicated to them. User:Coobra/Sig4 18:41, September 6, 2009 (UTC)
Sure add undead elves: What else to call these guys? They are not Banshees, nor Darkfallen, not all are Forsaken but all are the same race. What eslse to call them then Undead Elves? This race need their own side. If is is so impossible to call them Undead Elves, why not call them Corporeal Undead Elves or Corporeal Undead High Elves? Beacause this specific type of Undead Elf need their own page. Too call Corporeal Undead Elves or Corporeal Undead High Elves would be just a placeholder, why not add it? Assey Westfall (talk) 10:07, November 28, 2013 (UTC)
- - Banshee Queen of the Forsaken, formerly Ranger-General of Quel'Thalas
- - Betrayer of Quel'Thalas.
- - She is a Forsaken half-elf and second in command of the Royal Apothecary Society.
- - One of Prince Valanar's lieutenants
- - One of Prince Valanar's lieutenants
- - One of Prince Valanar's lieutenants