Eversong Woods
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Silvermoon City

Major Settlements

Fairbreeze Village

Minor Settlements

Falconwing Square
Farstrider Retreat
Sunsail Anchorage


Blood Elf
Forest Troll




Mining, Hunting/Fishing


Kingdom of Quel'Thalas

Faith and Beliefs

Holy Light



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Silvermoon City · Eversong Woods · Ghostlands · Quel'Danas


Thalassian Army · Farstriders · Blood Knight Order · Magisters · Noble Houses of Quel'Thalas · Kingdom of Quel'Thalas

See also, House of Sunstrider, Quel'Thalas Organizations, Silver Covenant

The Eversong Woods is a forested region spanning the northernmost peninsula of the Eastern Kingdoms. It is the domain of the Kingdom of Quel'Thalas.


Eversong Woods is a temperate forest with idyllic glades, lush golden trees, verdant grass, and sparkling shores. The saying "Eternal Springtime of Quel'Thalas" is a tribute to its consistently balmy climate. Ever since the high elves colonized the region millennia ago, magic has seeped into the landscape itself, manifesting into the flora and fauna. One of Azeroth's ley-lines is purported to run through the region. To the south of Eversong Woods is the darkened Ghostlands where the remnants of the Amani Empire and the Scourge continue to vie for power. The Isle of Quel'Danas, home of the Sunwell, lies just to the north.


Amani EmpireEdit

Settlement of the High ElvesEdit

The Troll WarsEdit

The Second WarEdit

The Third WarEdit

Reclamation of the Blood ElvesEdit


The region of Eversong Woods is under the domain of the Kingdom of Quel'Thalas, formerly under the reign of House Sunstrider. Although the Sunstrider Dynasty is effectively extinct, Regent Lord Lor'themar Theron refuses to take on the mantle of king, leaving many to speculate what his plans are for the future.

People and CultureEdit

Eversong Woods is the heartland of the blood elves, a race of power-driven people whose lives are intertwined with magic. After the Sundering, the high elf exiles who colonized Quel'Thalas assumed a new identity that was a stark contrast to their night elf cousins. Metaphorically stepping into the light, the high elves embraced the sun, Belore, and began to incorporate it into their art and language. After the devastation of Quel'Thalas in the Third War, the survivors renamed themselves blood elves in homage to their fallen kin. The blood elves, charged with anger and determination, transformed their culture once more to represent their strong desire for revenge.




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