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NeutralHaidene
Image of Haidene
Statue at the Temple of the Moon
Gender Female
Race Night elf
Class Priest
Affiliation(s) Kaldorei Empire, Sisterhood of Elune
Occupation High Priestess of Elune
Status Deceased
Booknovel
This article contains lore taken from Warcraft novels, novellas, or short stories.

Haidene was the first high priestess of the moon. As a child, she heard the voice of Elune.

Statue[]

A large, iconic statue of her is located at the center of the Temple of the Moon's moonwell in Darnassus.[1] Most first-time visitors to the Temple of the Moon believed that the white, gleaming statue of a night elf female, bearing aloft a basin of flowing water, was Elune herself.[2] During the Burning of Teldrassil, a massive tree limb, engulfed in flames, crashed down into the temple. The branch fell into the bowl of Haidene's statue. The stone basin cracked, and the bowl broke in two, spilling the sacred waters. The great stone bowl tumbled down, and the statue of Haidene lost both arms. A chunk of the basin severed the statue’s neck, sending its head toppling onto the screaming night elves who had sought refuge in the pool. The moonwell shattered, and its sacred waters flowed onto the grass, red now with the blood of innocents.[3]

Gallery[]

References[]

 
  1. ^ Stormrage, pg. 8
  2. ^ Elegy, pg. 6
  3. ^ Elegy, pg. 83
Preceded by:
None
Position:
High priestess of Elune
Succeeded by:
Earliest known: Kalo'thera
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