Does anyone remember what the description of the Silvermoon Remnant was? Mannerheim


The notes says it is a Faction, can you get points with em

The faction was (sadly) removed from the game because there was no real point of gaining rep with them. Mannerheim

What a shame, i would love to allign myself to High-Elfs. Gurluas 13:25, 27 January 2007 (EST)Gurluas


How did this faction work when it was ingame? who gave you xp?

No one can remember, which is sad.--Mannerheim 01:21, 27 March 2007 (EDT)

No one can remember because there's nothing to remember. Silvermoon Remnant was a faction that was announced but never made it into the game. It was possibly a legacy of WoW from before the decision was made to add Blood Elves to the Horde. There are some High Elves in the game that are friendly to Alliance (for example the ones in The Hinterlands), but they haven't been organized into a faction (yet?).--Scrotch 00:01, 14 October 2007 (UTC)


It seems to me this page has gone way outside bounds of reasonable "speculation" and "conjecture" no page about something that never tangiably existed should be longer than a small paragraph... I suggest the fanfic get moved to creator's page, and then this cut back to the bare facts, and a brief speculation section.Baggins 08:48, 5 January 2008 (UTC)

The information is basically a summary of the last parts of the article on high elves. The information is only speculation in regards to if it does apply to the Remnant or not. --Timolas 02:45, 6 January 2008 (UTC)

There's a lot of speculation on this page, I admit, but so what? The Remnant should be counted as a lore organization because the only reason it was removed is because there was no point gaining rep with them (like the Wildhammer Clan). Everything points towards the Remnant being mainstream (not a cult or something out of the ordinary), so therefore facts generally correct about High Elves will almost certainly be correct about the Remnant (take the fact that they're against the Horde). A lot of the speculation here is almost certainly correct for that reason, but it still is speculation and is labled as that. There's nothing wrong with a little speculation on a page, as long as it isn't misinterpreted as lore.--Mannerheim 01:05, 11 January 2008 (UTC)

Because we don't allow rampant speculation nor do we need redundant articles. If everything is the same on this page as it is for majority of surviving high elves, then it can link to high elves, and let that article do the explaining. Also stuff that is "removed from game" or never made it into the game isn't exatly "lore viable" its more of a footnote on developing WoW and not much else.
Also let me remind you the minor fiasco that happened with Flowerpicker Clan after people started trying to develop speculative history to explain who they were, or if they existed. Note we reversed the speculation as secondary to known information. Same thing that was required in this topic.
Or what happened with "tigons".Baggins 01:18, 11 January 2008 (UTC)

Well that's just great (sarcasm)! Now the page is bland and boring. Surely we're allowed more speculation. Why can't we build onto the basic speculation, other articles do it all the time!--Mannerheim 03:56, 13 January 2008 (UTC)

Only if the speculation can be supported by given lore. Otherwise its only allowed in the talk pages. We are always having to trim over the top speculation. In anycase if you want to create a fanfic version of this article put it in your own name space. Fanfic is never speculation.Baggins 09:32, 15 February 2008 (UTC)
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