If there weren't any born yet how do we know this is a true story? And humans never had the hunger so i think this race wouldn't need the meditations.--JVS (talk) 08:38, April 15, 2010 (UTC) —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Justakija (talkcontr).

If it's sourced, it must be true. Please sign your comments. User:Coobra/Sig4 18:41, April 14, 2010 (UTC)

Clarification on timeline Edit

Based on when the information was stated in the WoW RPG regarding half-blood elves, this was around before Vanilla WoW as far as the timeline is concerned. What it simply means is, humans and blood elves can indeed have legitimate offspring. However, as Blood Elves only came into the picture recently, this means adult half-blood elves do not yet exist, but in the next 10-20 years or so (probably ten, given the timeline so far), we may see them in action.

While it is less likely that an Alliance-sworn human would end up with a Horde-sworn Blood Elf (still possible though), the chances of independent factions, such as the Argent Crusade, would factor a much higher chance between human and blood elf mingling there, due to both races being present in that faction, which is non-hostile to both Alliance and Horde. Argent-aligned humans won't have the kind of prejudice towards Blood Elves (especially within his own faction), that Alliance-sworn humans may have to them in general.

Should we see Half-Blood elves appear later on, then chances are the current description for them would be far outdated, given the current status of the Blood Elves (aka, Sunwell restored, seeking to get rid of their magical addiction for good, Lor'themar discouraging fel usage to turn to the Sunwell instead, etc). By then, a Half-Blood Elf may be no different than the standard Half-Elf, with the exception of perhaps some cultural differences and slightly different parentage (aka, Blood Elf + Human parents instead of High Elf + Human). - Kaigen87 (talk) 18:51, August 19, 2011 (UTC)

Unfortunately the whole argument hinges on RPG content which is not canon. I'm not against half-elves, but they are unlikely to show up in significant numbers or at all in-game. The novel authors are pretty free to add stuff, though. --Gengar orange 22x22Beware the sneaky smile! Fandyllic (talk · contr) 19 Aug 2011 9:39 PM Pacific

Search Half-Elves or Rohnin or Vereesa Windrunner Edit

I must remind that half-blood elves do exist. I haven't seen in the game itself. But in the books. Rhonin [human mage] and Vereesa Windrunner [blood elf ranger] -- [Lady Sylvanas Windrunner's sister] do in fact have twin half-blood elf sons. Galadin and Giramar in the War of The Ancients Trilogy. If you search half-elves you can find more info. The 2 twins I mentioned above attending Tyrande and Malfurion's Wedding. And Nozdormu also offered the children the friendship of the bronze dragonflight. —This unsigned comment is by HighTinkerMama (talkcontribs) 17:54, October 13, 2011. Please sign your posts with ~~~~!

Sure half-elves may exist in Warcraft, but Blizzard has not strongly endorsed them in-game. --Gengar orange 22x22Beware the sneaky smile! Fandyllic (talk · contr) 14 Oct 2011 2:55 PM Pacific

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