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2-20-2010 @ 5:20AM
I'm calling it now: Cataclysm will end with Anduin marrying Valeera. The next Queen of Stormwind will be Horde.
2-20-2010 @ 5:36AM
Valeera isn't part of the Horde shes just a Blood Elf
2-20-2010 @ 6:59AM
Is she a blood elf? I didn't read the comics cause...well, do I even need to explain that? But if she's a defected blood elf doesn't that make her a high elf? What was her situation re: eating up the fel magic after the fall of Silvermoon?
2-20-2010 @ 7:59AM
Yes, she's a Blood Elf. From what I gather Broll (the druid in the comic that's become kind of her surrogate dad figure) makes her some kind of herbal Moonwell water cocktail and she gets high off that.Someone should get that poor kid a Sunwell ring.
2-20-2010 @ 1:31PM
@Possum: Yes, she's a Blood Elf and for a good chunk of the comic she struggles with addiction to fel magic. Calling that she'll get with Anduin seems a little off though. She is considered a child by Elf standards, but in actual age she isn't far off from Varian (that is what's implied in the comic anyway, they never state any actual numbers). Thus she would be too old for Anduin, but I could logically see her developing some sort of romance with Varian. It's a possibility anyway, there haven't been any hints or evidence to suggest it.Also, in the comic Valeera has made it clear that she dose not consider herself to be Horde nor Alliance. But her friendship and loyalty to Varian technically makes her Alliance.
2-20-2010 @ 9:24PM
Do you realize you've just invoked the madness of thousands of lemon-writing fangirls?Or maybe not...
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