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12-05-2008 @ 11:15AM
@Doug: I think the history you laid out is a little confused. The blood elves did not all go to Outland with Kael'thas; otherwise, the inhabitants of Quel'thalas (a realm, not a city) would all be high elves. Those who are blood elves are the ones who were gathered by Kael'thas back together after the destruction of the city and rechristened the sin'dorei. The rest, those who did not adopt Kael as their leader for whatever reasons, are still high elves, and are generally Alliance. Quel'thalas later forged ties with Sylvanas Windrunner's Forsaken and, through them, joined the Horde after Kael and the blood elves were branded as traitors by the Alliance general Garithos. The blood elves' turn against Kael'thas did not occur until the Sunwell patch (at least outside of the Scryers), and not until well after they had joined the Horde.The enmity between high and blood elves is partly factional (one is Alliance and one is Horde) and partly due to blood elves' use of fel magic.
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