Destined to rule the world and enslave all others, the dark elves must hurdle one last obstacle: their own kind. As a people, the Dark Elves are driven by one desire, the accumulation of power that is rightly theirs by blood. Distrusted by all the races on Qalia, dark elves have few others to turn to, for they refuse to ally with those beneath them. Only the Varanthari, masters of the coastal desert plains, are afforded an inkling of respect.
- Racial Attributes (Level 10+):
- 10 attribute customization points each level.
- +2 Intelligence, +1 Dexterity and +1 Wisdom per level.
- Allowed 4 points per attribute each level.
- Elven Wisdom: 2% reduction in mana cost
- Crafting: +10 Finesse
- Harvesting: +5 Skinning
Primary Diplomacy Expression
It used to be Hathor Zhi, but as one of the changes preparing the game to free to play transition, all of the races from Qalia are united on the same starting area.
Background on Dark Elves
Bow your head, thin blood!
You have arrived in the military outpost just outside of Hathor Zhi. Here, under the watchful eye of the Legion, you and other refugees from Stiirhad will be tested for overall usefulness to the Queen of Pankor Zhi (-16,-10).
Though you may be a dark elf, and are entitled to rule over Telon, know that those of us with the true blood of Haelufir, Father of the Dragons, will reign supreme.
While the rebels within Aeokor Zhi continue their laughable attempts to unseat our queen, their hindrance is as easily dismissible as it is mentioned. Once our legions have overthrown the mad king of Stiirhad and the bloodline of Haelufir is restored, there shall be none on Telon to oppose our power; not even the bloodless high elf cultists of Vol Tuniel.
As a dark elf, you will be expected to root out traitors and project our obvious strength and superiority over the other races, as they are our subjects; assuming, of course, that you are worthy.
Worry not soldier, there is hope for you yet; your blood has yet to be tested. As decreed by the Queen of Pankor Zhi, the blood of Haelufir must be chronicled so that the bloodline of our people might be restored.