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11-30-2008 @ 5:16PM
Great stuff, as always! Fascinating about the Ashbringer!I was digging into the Kirin Tor today, when I wanted to know what was actually in the horde area in Dalaran. From what I read, the horde area, Sunreaver's Sanctuary, is named after Aethas Sunreaver, a member of the Six, ruling council of the Kirin Tor. I ended up reading up on the Silver Covenant, who "reject the admission of blood elves into the Kirin Tor." As the Silver Covenant is actually part of hte Kirin Tor and Aethas Sunreaver is a blood elf, a piece obviously doesn't fit.Do you have any idea why the Silver Covenant doesn't want the blood elves in the Kirin Tor?
11-30-2008 @ 5:28PM
High Elves and Blood Elves do not get along is the first and most obvious reason. They view them as traitors who followed Kael'thas.However, another probable reason is that the Horde are responsible for the deaths of High Elves and Kirin Tor members throughout Eastern Kingdoms. Admitting the Blood Elves means admitting the Horde.And one final possibility: they rejected the idea of Blood Elves due to the fact the last Kirin Tor member of Blood Elves was Kael'thas. Considering him, for a second, they probably rejected Aethas Sunreaver as well. He was likely allowed in when he simply reminded Rhonin how much help he would need in the Nexus War and battles against the Lich King.Though, all of this, is purely speculation. The stories of both factions have not been placed in the game.
11-30-2008 @ 5:44PM
because they're blood elvesand you know how much those nuts love their magic
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