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For the Druid ability, see [Starfall]. For the village in Winterspring, see Starfall Village.

Starfall is an arcane spell available to druids, Priestess of the Moon, and possibly mages, priests, sorcerers, warlocks and wizards. The caster turns starlight into devastating missiles. The caster calls down starlight that solidifies into a destructive missile of matter and energy. The missiles appear as searing stars from the air above the targets, rocketing down into them with devastating explosive power. A caster is able to concentrate, and target two creatures, structures or objects with one starlight missile each that causes force damage. It can target different creatures, or the same creature repeatedly. However it cannot target the same creature with both missiles at the same time.[1][2]

Overview

The most powerful spell in the arsenal of the Priestess of the Moon. The spell is a much more powerful version of [Starshards], an ability all Night Elf Priests may learn. While a priestess of Elune channels this ability, she is lit up by light, and stars come crashing down from the skies, striking her enemies with the force of Elune. This ability was especially used by Tyrande Whisperwind during the many battles of the third war. She aided her allies in defeating many demons with it during the battle of Mount Hyjal, and when she was to protect the bridge over the river Arevass in Loradaeron. She, with this spell alone, held back an army of undead. She was swept downriver when the bridge collapsed and stranded in a watery valley in the middle of the plaguelands when the Scourge crept in on her. Through extensive use of starfall, she held their assaults off until Illidan came to her rescue.

Omen from the Lunar Festival also have this ability.

Tyrande Whisperwind can do an average of twentieth thousand damage every 2 seconds, one hundred thousand for its full duration. The core hound, Omen, also knows this move, although he mostly uses [Cleave] on foes in front of him.

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