Modern night elf society was founded on the very grounds of protecting nature, signified by their connection to the world tree. Slow to anger and slow to cool off, the night elves experience emotions as deeply, or perhaps more so, than the younger races. While generally slow to respond emotionally, their minds have seen much and tend to have a honed wit and sense of humor. The night elves use the word "god" in plural "Gods help us all"; "May the gods have mercy" , and the Temple of the Moon in Suramar had frescoes and murals depicting Elune and many other gods actual gods, not demigods shaping the world.
Her priests, the Sisters of Elune , are the leaders of the night elf military, and her high priest is the official head of the night elf nation, ruling from the Temple of the Moon in Darnassus.
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The night elves also worship their ancestors. This worship takes the form of offerings, traditionally rice cakes that are blessed in the Temple of the Moon. One of her aspects is the Night Warrior, who takes the valiant among the dead and sets them riding across the sky as stars. The night elves, especially the druids, also have a close kinship with most of the Ancient Guardians , as all known living ancient guardians were last seen on Mount Hyjal.
Cenarius is amongst the most ancient allies of the night elves. The night elves also have close bonds with the Red , Green and Bronze Dragonflights. The great dragon aspects, Alexstrasza , Ysera and Nozdormu , were the ones to bless Nordrassil  and the night elves have worked with them on many occasions since. The night elves revere the moonsabers because their shimmering coats symbolize the goddess of the moon, Elune,  and they once believed that seeing the dawnsaber breed in the wild was an ill omen. The dark-feathered bird of prey is often seen as a harbinger of doom amongst the druids of Teldrassil.
According to the tales of the night elves, the first red-tailed chipmunk was colored so after the theft and consumption of a sacred apple. It is said that the Horn of Cenarius hold the power to call the spirits of all night elves. Long ago, a tribe of nocturnal humanoids came to live on the shores of the first Well of Eternity , and the Well's cosmic energies changed them into the night elves. Certainly many trolls do believe that the humanoids who developed into the night elf race were trolls. The theory does have some credibility, for there is at least a superficial physical resemblance between trolls and night elves.
Furthermore, the troll race dominated much of ancient Kalimdor several millennia before the night elves came into power. Nevertheless, many night elves find this theory preposterous and abhorrent.
They are quick to point out that the first night elves began their rise to power by defeating a number of nearby troll tribes. As a consequence, the trolls came to fear and respect the might of their new rivals. The troll theory of night elf ancestry may have been a direct result of this early conflict. The trolls hated the night elves—a sentiment that persists to this day—and may have wished to marginalize the night elf race and its accomplishments.
Also, attributing the night elf race with a troll heritage likely helped the trolls come to terms with their own shocking defeat. It was only after Cataclysm that Brann Bronzebeard had independent, reliable sources namely the repaired Tribunal of Ages , the restored Watcher Freya , and the resurrected Cenarius himself to explain the truth: that the night elves had evolved from a tribe of dark trolls who had found and come to live beside the Well of Eternity.
Brann notes that this confirmation will be sure to ruffle some feathers. Prior to the conclusion of the Third War, night elf society was sharply divided by gender, with the vast majority of men being druids and most women serving as warriors, priestesses, or a combination thereof. When this was finally lifted, it was a tremendous and tumultuous societal change, with a pair of statues created to commemorate the first male priest and the first female druid.
Even so, the gender divisions remain strong, and only at the end of the third war were female night elf druids welcomed into the Cenarion Circle. In the years since the end of the Third War , this overall gender division has eased considerably in favor of more practical concerns,  and many factions have set aside the historical strictures on membership. Most night elves are, by the standards of other races, ancient. Because of their previous immortality, some night elves are more than ten thousand years old, which is older than the entirety of human and dwarven civilization put together.
Jarod's wife, also from the same era, passed away due to illness tied to aging. Before the War of the Ancients, magic was once as revered as Elune herself. For thousands of years, arcane magic has been outlawed amongst the night elves, with its use punishable by death. Sensing a coming change likely the Cataclysm , the archmage offered his wisdom and knowledge to the high priestess. The night elves emerged from their 10, year long isolation in the forests of Northern Kalimdor to discover prolific use of magic without the use of the Well of Eternity, something unknown to them but made possible by the implosion of the Well that had dispersed magic from its concentration in the well to the atmosphere.
This along with the demons already returned and defeated, Tyrande Whisperwind, finding her people in desperate need of reinforcements and power beyond their current means to face the new challenges to their territories by their enemies and the Cataclysm, and the entire reason for the ban on the use of arcane magic which was to hide Azeroth from the demons of the Twisting Nether in the hopes of preventing a return , was no longer a necessity.
She and her husband Malfurion Stormrage , accepted, lifting the millennia long ban of the use of arcane magic for spell and on the Highborne, allowing several of the Highborne to return to night elf society where they entered an alliance that would allow them to train night elves as mages. Although the restriction on magic ended out of necessity, the rift between the people and the Highborne due to the actions the majority of the Highborne at the Queen's palace that led to the first great War would take longer. The humble Mordent understood that the gradual reintegration of magic to their society would be slow process, something the couple appreciated and likely helped to give their consent.
Under the agreement, the Highborne would become part of night elf society once more but be allowed to maintain their own identity. However, the reunification has not been completely smooth. The millennia have not stripped the people's memories of the final days of the Great Sundering and the role of the Highborne. That has caused some difficulty with the re-integration. These few extremists, stirred up and led by Maiev Shadowsong took lethal actions against them in an attempt to purge night elf society of any reminders of the arcane, but such actions were considered crimes against fellow citizens.
Such promise and desperate need forced new trainees to the front lines in the campaigns that immediately followed the Cataclysm, however despite their phenomenal progress were still very inexperienced, this was exploited by enemies of the night elves to devastating effect. The region of Suramar known as the Broken Isles is home to a number of night elven societies including the nightborne of Suramar City who've been in isolation for 10, years.
In the wake of the third invasion of the Burning Legion , this region who rebuffed the Legion's first attempt 10, years ago, now served as the principal staging ground of its new and biggest invasion. Many of the surrounding regions have faced invasion armies of the Legion, most notable was the city of Suramar who had until that moment been isolated and secluded under their protective shield.
The nightborne were strong armed by the Legion into bringing down their shield and forced to re-enter the affairs of the world as their allies or face destruction. This time their city was occupied by the Legion who planned to use its immense source of power, the Nightwell to finally achieve the victory that had twice eluded them. The kaldorei denizens of the region rose up in defense alongside the heroes of Azeroth, converging on the Broken Isles. Many ancient night elven orders and forces such as the Valewalkers or Keepers ,  the Moon Guard , the Court of Farondis have all combined their efforts with the nightborne resistance to end the occupation of the Legion, liberate the people of Suramar and ultimately the world, freeing the elves from their addiction to arcane magic and the Nightwell.
Most recently, a kaldorei army led by High Priestess Tyrande joined forces with the Kirin Tor , high elven and blood elven allies to assist the nightborne resistance drive out the Legion overthrow its once brave leader. It is the first time all the divergent groups of elves have worked together. For thousands of years, the Sisters of Elune held by far the most power; as one of a small handful of kaldorei organizations to survive the War of the Ancients, with membership based upon aptitude and not lineage, high priestess Tyrande Whisperwind reorganized the order to direct the Sentinels.
She herself became the sole ruler of the night elf nation, remaining that way for thousands of years. Following the marriage between Tyrande and Malfurion Stormrage , the latter became co-ruler of the night elves, the first change in official leadership in the past ten thousand years.
The Cenarion Circle , before his death still under the direction of Cenarius himself, took no active part in governmental affairs, as their numbers included druids from several other species. Though Archdruid Stormrage did take part in the government on occasion, the druids typically remained aloof.
By the time of the Great Sundering, military service for the night elves had become more a matter of bloodline than ability. Almost all high-ranking officers were nobles, and the night elves had lived in peace for so long that very few of those officers, however privileged and well educated, possessed even a basic knowledge of tactics.
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Joining the army, once a selfless choice to defend the night elf people, had been reduced to a status symbol. The War of the Ancients made the army's deterioration all too clear. After the night elves and their allies had achieved victory, High Priestess Tyrande Whisperwind decreed sweeping changes throughout night elf society. As part of these changes, Tyrande disbanded the old army, most of which had no desire for further battle, and established the Sentinels.
The night elf sentinels are considered great warriors, fighting with savagery and skill that amazes even the greatest of warriors. Supporting the sentinels in battle are the druids , the Sisters of Elune and the Watchers , all of whom bring powerful magic to aid in battle. Night elf technology is rather limited however, and the only commonly employed technological war equipment seems to be the Glaive Thrower as seen throughout night elf territory.
Rather than rely on technology in battle, the night elves instead bring their natural allies. Furbolg , Wildkin , green dragons and storm crows are also allies of the Night elves,  but don't appear to be integrated in their armies. Wisps can also be found among the crews of night elven boats. Though many within the kaldorei still felt bitter about the role orcs played in Cenarius ' death, hostilities were not renewed until the Horde continued their lumbering operations in Warsong Gulch.
Despite this, diplomatic relations with fellow druid tauren and their respect for Warchief Thrall has tempered the night elves' wrath. To avoid all out war, the night elves have even allowed open trade with the Horde until the Wrathgate incident strained their trust, consequently leading to a withdraw of all trade contracts as well as a barring of any Horde member from Ashenvale.
There appear to be some culture clashes between the night elves and the other races of the Alliance. Some kaldorei have expressed thinly veiled contempt for the other cultures or mortals of the world. For example, the night elves seem to be uncomfortable with the Alliance's obnoxious use of technology while the Alliance view the night elves' primal form of warfare and lifestyle as somewhat primitive. In addition, the younger cultures do seem to possess one quality the kaldorei have been missing for quite some time: the enthusiasm of youth. Adventure and exotic locales have renewed their appeal to many night elves, and the kaldorei again have more than a few who brave leaving Teldrassil and Ashenvale to seek out intrigue in the far-off lands their people have not set foot on for ten thousand years.
With the recent loss of their immortality, the mortal races of the Alliance have also shared their experience with the night elves on how to cope with death, frailty, and sickness.
Beginnings (The Sundering)
In line with Malfurion's stance on the races of the Alliance, druids such as Talar Oaktalon advocate living in harmony with all life and the interconnectivity of all living things. Thus the druids have encouraged the sharing of ideas and the lending of mutual aid.
In the Plaguelands , the night elves have made it their mission to cleanse and restore life to the land, whereas the other races focus primarily on eradicating the lingering Scourge. In Northrend , kaldorei can be seen empowering the wildlife in the very heartland of the Lich King 's seat of power. In Thousand Needles , there was an instance of night elf sentinels temporarily joining forces with tauren refugees to rout the marauding Grimtotem tribe.
Most notably, after the human kingdom of Gilneas was jolted back into the outside world in the Cataclysm's wake, the Forsaken launched an invasion of its lands. The kaldorei, being well aware of the druidic origins of the curse afflicting the Gilneans, lent their aid to the besieged kingdom and granted the worgen asylum within Teldrassil's borders. A particularly lingering grudge lies between the kaldorei and their Thalassian descendants: night elves generally view the high elves and blood elves with disgust, suspicion, or outright hostility.
The Highborne 's part in bringing about the War of the Ancients figured heavily in the night elves' retelling of high elf history. Despite the grudge, the high elves and the night elves collaborated on a few occasions in the past. Emmarel Shadewarden and her forces helped the high elves fight off an Amani troll incursion,  and Shandris Feathermoon met Ranger Captain Areiel two or three thousand years ago. Initially, the night elves and blood elves had joined forces in Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne , and Tyrande, Malfurion, and even Maiev worked cordially with Kael'thas Sunstrider and his troops, who treated their older brethren with respect despite their peoples' past conflict.
Tyrande grieved for the deaths of Kael's brethren, encouraging the blood elf prince not to allow vengeance to poison his heart, and to instead focus on leading his people into a brighter future. Relationships soured and the night elves warned the Alliance about the blood elves' past. This was the first recorded killings between the two groups, escalating the negative aspects of their relations to open and violent conflict. Since then, the night elves and blood elves have clashed in several confrontations under the banner of the Alliance and Horde, in particular the Horde invasion of Azshara , Ashenvale and Desolace shortly after the Cataclysm.
Years later, to aid the Nightfallen rebellion within Suramar , Khadgar issued a call to any who could spare forces to help, and both kaldorei and sin'dorei answered. Although they now faced a common enemy, the elvish groups remained bitterly divided over historical, racial, and cultural differences. Deceased night elven ghosts can also be raised into banshees and spectres. The primary language of the night elves is Darnassian. Due to ideological differences between the night elves and their distant kin a linguist must take great care in drawing comparisons between Darnassian and its two cousin languages Nazja and Thalassian , because the night elves find such comparisons offensive.
All night elves have also learned Common in order to better relationships with the Alliance. However, there are a number of elves that use single names and don't fit this pattern. Compared to their peers in the Alliance , the night elves are rather limited in their use of technology. Instead, they rely on their magic and the benefits of the natural world. That doesn't mean the night elves are primitives however. Traditional night elf architecture shows that the elves are quite skilled at building and stonecraft,  and traditional night elf weapons include the metal glaives.
In battle, the night elves also deploy simple mechanical weaponry, most notably Glaive Throwers. The night elves' lifestyle is not "anti-technology", however, but rather one where technology is not the goal. Apparently, night elf sentinels are okay with and capable of using guns,  but still seem to prefer their bows and throwing glaives.
Highborne used memory crystals created by ancient sorcery to store stories, music, history, and even memories. One of the night elves' most important basic ingredients is rice flour, with most families keeping at least one basket of rice in their houses. To ferment these vegetables, night elves bury pots with vegetables. Additionally, it is often formed into the shape of a leaf to honor Teldrassil , the World Tree. Passed down from the night elves' forebears, this ancient recipe makes for a scrumptious accompaniment to pastas and stews.
Ribs,  spider kabob,  sweet potatoes,  lunar pears, moonberries, eyes of Elune seemingly a kind of apple , sunfruit,  Darnassian bleu cheese,  baby octopi sometimes eaten while still alive ,  herring,  clams  and whitefish  are also known to be part of night elf cuisine. Bean soup is a popular dish among the night elves. While nowhere near the partaking of libations that the dwarves are known for, the night elves are familiar with alcohol. Moonwells are used by night elves to bless food stores. Ever since night elves made first contact with the Alliance races, there's been a long-standing debate as to whether they had any relation to trolls.
Responses from either of the two races reside on opposite ends of the spectrum. Night elves will flat-out deny any sort of ancestral ties to their historical mortal enemy. On the other hand, tribes like the Zandalari and the Darkspear may begrudgingly admit that at one time the kaldorei were indeed their kin. Proof of a common ancestral link was discovered by Brann Bronzebeard, the famous dwarven archaeologist.
He confirmed night elves descended from none other than the fabled dark trolls of Kalimdor. Refer back to the early beginnings of the Kaldorei, and you will notice their physical forms resemble very little of the exotic beings seen in modern times. As a tribe the dark trolls were nomadic in nature. A sect of these nomads settled on the shores of a vast lake known today as the Well of Eternity. The waters of this fount were profoundly magical in nature. As they remained exposed to the Well's energy for long periods of time, the appearance of the dark troll settlers eventually transformed.
Dark trolls were darker in complexion compared to most other trolls. Their skin was a deep violet with complimenting black or dark blue hair. They stood upright with lean, corded muscles; bearing tattoos which covered their faces and bodies. As they changed, their slenderness became accentuated. Hands and feet evolved into more fingers and toes. Ears that were once large and wide became longer, thinner and more tapered. Even in their eyes a curious silver glow emerged which mirrored the light of their loa goddess, Elune.
With the dark trolls' new form came a new name for themselves: kaldorei. This is the form we are familiar with today. Where dark trolls had mainly dark violet skin, the skin tones of night elves fall into a broad range of the purple spectrum. Colors may vary from the darkest orchid to the faintest pink. Some individuals may even appear various hues of cerulean or bear a pale milky, opalescent shade of white. In rare cases, you may come across a night elf with a ruddy, almost rouge like skin. Hair color has also extended into more variants over the dual tones attributed to dark trolls earlier in this section.
Starting out with sapphire or even obsidian hair, night elf hair has sprouted into a panorama of azures and violet; followed closely by greens and even silver that boarder on white. Autumnal tinctures such as red, amber, blonde and brown were, for a time, common colors; though this striking feature was found primarily among the Highborne ruling class. Hair styles among night elves are similar to those of the Quel'dorei and Sin'dorei, albeit a bit more wildly and free flowing.
Unlike most of their elven cousins, Kaldorei men often have thick, elaborate beards and bushy eyebrows. Over the past fifteen millennia, a tall stature and long, tapered ears have become favored traits in all bloodlines. While the reasoning for this may be a lost tradition to celebrate their identity as night elves, their exotic appearance has had a tendency to be initially greeted with admiration, fear or mockery by other races.
Much time has passed since the Third War when night elves first met the Alliance, however. The presence of night elves, especially of the young adventuring variety, has become more commonplace in cities like Stormwind. For the average Kaldorei, peak physical health is one aspect of achieving overall personal harmony. Individuals can spend centuries sculpting their form to perfection for both aesthetic appeal and battle prowess.
Through generations of this practice night elves have developed a slender, athletic frame that carries them with each graceful stride. Night elves are natural warriors built for deadly combat, and their dense musculature packs a punch with the heft they throw behind it. Male Kaldorei are sinewy, with broad chests and shoulders, indicative of the strength within both their minds and bodies. Female night elves are lithe and curvaceous, yet still muscular and strong. Both genders continue to stand in an upright posture as their ancient ancestors did; and maintain their tall, imposing statures.
The average height for a female night elf is approximately 7 feet tall and the average height of a male is approximately 7. An appropriate height range would be to add or subtract half a foot from either gender. A full grown Kaldorei under 6' 5" is nearly unheard of, and would be considered unnatural, or even an abomination by some.
Shorter elven statures are ascribed to Quel'dorei and Sin'dorei, the untrusted and mortal enemies of the night elves respectively. Females will tend to bear facial tattoos that frame their eyes. The style of the tattoos usually have deep meaning to them. Males may have tattoos on their chests, and uncommonly around their eyes like Malfurion Stormrage. Contrary to what a casual observer might believe, night elf eyes still have pupils, just as the eyes of many other humanoid races do.
These pupils can be difficult to discern, particularly under certain lighting or from certain angles. While not noticeable while the mouth is closed, when speaking to a night elf one can often spot the long upper canines they posses. When a night elf is embarrassed, their cheeks darken to black  or a darker shade of purple. While gathering lumber from Ashenvale for Thrall 's war effort, Grom Hellscream , unaware of the night elves' identity, remarked that they looked "like elves , but they're far too tall, and far more savage".
Before the Sundering, golden eyes were extremely rare among the night elves. Golden eyes thus came to be regarded as a sign of future greatness. Night elves born with them were recruited into the Moon Guard. Unfortunately the falsehood of this widespread belief was only to become clear after these two infamous individuals had reached their dark fates.
In truth, golden eyes were a sign of strong druidic potential. Little wonder that pre-Sundering night elves, with their emphasis on the arcane, did not understand the significance of these unusual eyes. Simply having this potential did not guarantee that the potential would be sensed or understood, much less wielded with skill and compassion. Despite his golden eyes, Illidan struggled with the druidic arts, though he, like Malfurion, was tutored by Cenarius.
Innate druidic power does not necessarily lead to becoming a druid, and lacking that innate power does not preclude becoming a druid. Indeed, Malfurion was born with eyes that glowed silver, but he studied druidism, and his wholehearted dedication gave him a power and skill far beyond most druids. As he continued to use druidic magic, his eyes acquired the golden incandescence that had once been so coveted by other night elves.
Golden eyes quickly became far more common. After the Sundering, night elves abandoned their former obsession with bloodlines, and so the number of night elves born with golden eyes increased significantly. In addition, the night elves resolved to be more respectful of Azeroth, and a number of night elf men followed in Malfurion's footsteps; these new druids eventually also had golden eyes.
Traditionally night elf women served their people as warriors, hunters, and protectors. Many spellcasting vocations, on the other hand, were generally considered the realm of night elf men. Only since the devastating casualties of the Third War have these conventional gender roles been set aside. Because druids only recently opened their ranks to women, golden eyes remain somewhat more prevalent among night elf men than their female counterparts.
The symmetrical markings worn by many night elf females do have some meaning. They choose their facial markings sometime after adulthood, and they can mark an earlier rite of passage. Tattooing represents their close ties with nature,  and stylized claw marks are a typical tattoo. The following were once kaldorei, but have been transformed into other races through magical means. Throughout the extensive history of the night elves, they have garnered support from many different kinds of creatures on Kalimdor, and among the recently allied Worgen of Gilneas are:.
This section contains information from the Warcraft RPG which is considered non-canon. Night elven society has changed since the battle of Mount Hyjal, and the Sentinels now function in an entirely different manner. As the Burning Legion threat has been averted, at least for now, the night elves are no longer considered in a state of war.
After the events of the Battle of Mount Hyjal , the night elves severed all ties with the Horde in response to Cenarius' death at the hands of the orcish champion Grom Hellscream , maintaining a tentative relation with the Alliance alone. Directly afterward, many sentinels , druids and warriors of the kaldorei began a great wild hunt of orcs across Kalimdor as a retaliation for Cenarius' murder. Realizing they needed help to survive in this new world and to oppose the Horde , which chose their continent as its new home, the night elves reluctantly joined the Alliance.
Commerce began between Theramore and the night elves, as the two cultures shared values and ideas.
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The night elves remained withdrawn, however. The night elves worship the Ancients, who are nature deities attuned to the forest and the hunt. Elune the moon goddess and Malorne the Waywatcher are the most prominent figures of worship. While Cenarius has died, and the night elves will never forgive the orcs for this, his children live on and gain power each passing year. The night elves venerate the children of Cenarius as he was venerated, and perhaps one day these children of the slain demigod will aid the night elves in repaying the orcs for the transgressions of the past.
Some night elves also worship dragons. The Sect of the Dragons hosts many kaldorei adherents. It is not currently known how many kaldorei actually worship the dragons. The night elves once worked with orcs to halt the Burning Legion, and now they retain knowledge of the race's language for tactical reasons. Night elf names always have a special meaning. First names derive from an elven word or the name of a famous hero having a totemic or ancestral connection. Surnames are indicative of the family line and often date back millennia.
Rather than drawing from the chaotic and darker side of magic, theirs is pulled from Azeroth itself. Stone, root, flora and fauna all are avenues through which their magic travels. Druids are able to change into animal forms, snare their foes with roots or harden their skin like tree bark. Their warriors are not to be taken lightly either. The night elves are among the most deadly adversaries to be found anywhere, due to a combination of their proficient skill with a bow, their stunning agility, and the ability to melt away into the shadows of the night. Few use common weapons such as swords, most preferring the mighty glaives triple-bladed swords they have grown accustomed to.
War panthers, hippogryphs and even the mighty chimaeras and mountain giants have all been known to aid the night elves in battle. For ten thousand years, all night elven war and "foreign policy" has been based solely on the safety of Ashenvale Forest and Mount Hyjal from outside incursion. The Sentinels, hidden safely among Ashenvale's leafy trees, effectively sealed off the region from unwanted interference for ten millennia.
The Sentinel's method of deterrence was successful until the invasion of the Legion-endorsed Scourge; at which point the night elves were forced to awaken the Druids and accept aid from the Alliance and the Horde. The men are typically of a slim-waisted yet firm, muscular build including long, muscular arms and large hands. Night elves are imposing in stature, males being on average 7 feet tall.
Male kaldorei are very muscular, with broad chests and shoulders, indicative of the strength that lies within both their minds and bodies. The race's prominent eyebrows, long pointed ears and natural aspects imply a feral grace. Skin tones range from pale white to blue or even ruddy red, and their hair ranges in color from bright white to woodland green to lustrous black. This section contains information from the World of Warcraft Trading Card Game and is considered non-canon.
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