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2-13-2012 @ 4:51AM
One thing Know Your Lore may want to look into: What exactly are high elf statues ( just before the second Felguard we fight ) doing in the Well of Eternity instance? The high elves only came into existance after the Sundering ( which we are essentially witnessing in the instance ), when they got to Lordaeron after being banished. So, uh, why are there any depictions of them in a time and area where they definitely didn't exist? The other inhabitants of the instance all look like proper night elves.
2-13-2012 @ 5:18AM
It's cheaper to re-use art and hope nobody notices or cares.
2-13-2012 @ 5:50AM
I rememorated reading something regards this, something like The first elvs were a lot like the actual blood elfs, a lesser version of trolls, but when they got all "Well-of-Eternity" recharged, they got taller and purple-er. Something like that.
2-13-2012 @ 8:46AM
Bulbasaur, I believe you're getting confused with the origin of the Goblins, who started as a form of lesser Troll and were supercharged when they dug up Kajamite.The Night Elves started, according to Brann Bronzebeard anyway, as normal trolls who were altered and empowered by the Well of Eternity.Neither of these races looked like High Elves. But, hey, the Dragon Aspects were running around in High Elf form before there were High Elves, so maybe there's something in the Titans' plan...
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