Nighthaven

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Nighthaven situated in the northern part of the gloomy Moonglade.

Race(s)
Affiliation(s)
Location

Northern Moonglade

Characteristics
Facilities

Done.gif Inn          Done.gif Mailbox

Undone.gif Stables

Undone.gif Anvil & Forge

Undone.gif Bank       Undone.gif Auctions

Trainers

Done.gif Class
Done.gif Profession

Travel

Done.gif Flight Master(s)
Undone.gif Mass-transit
Undone.gif Portal(s)

Status

Active

Nighthaven is the only town in Moonglade. Being in Moonglade, it is involved in many of the druid quests.

  • Quest NPC Dendrite Starblaze is located in the northeast corner of town.
  • There are druid-only Horde and Alliance flight paths located in the southwestern corner of town [44, 45]. Regular flight masters are elsewhere in Moonglade.
  • There are many unique vendors in this town, such as a Specialty Dress Maker, Geenia Sunshadow.
  • There is an Herbalist trainer next to the flight masters.
  • Moonglade does not have an inn where you can bind your hearthstone, however, it does have a typical night elf style inn building in which you will receive rest.
  • There is a night elf druid trainer (Loganaar) standing next to the moonwell to the left of the entrance of the large building at the south end of town which overlooks the lake.

History

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This city once held the largest concentration of night elves anywhere on Kalimdor and was considered their capital. Massive trees, ancients, and many forest beasts fill the surrounding woods. Nighthaven has survived for centuries despite demon and undead attacks, and the night elves protect their home fiercely. They are very cautious of whom they let enter the village. High elves are not allowed under any circumstances, and anyone smelling of arcane power is likewise turned away. Those allowed entry find Nighthaven hospitable, though a subdued and even eerie place. Night elves run the inns, taverns, and shops, and their way of life is rooted in nature. This spiritual heritage manifests in many small ways that foreigners may find unsettling — from how the buildings are constructed to mesh with the surrounding woods to a wildness that seems to lurk just beneath a quiet demeanor. While visitors may come and go as they please for the most part, they are never allowed near moon wells. In addition, any high elves seen near a moon well are attacked on sight.[1]

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This article or section contains lore taken from Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos, Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne, the manuals, and official bonus maps.

A Warcraft 3 map with the same name exists. It bears the description: Once a temple dedicated to light and life. However, the area became a swamp littered with rocks and thorn times. The air became thick with the miasma of disease. The tileset is called "Felwood".

Travel connections

Flight

Alliance Rut'theran Village (druids only) Horde Thunder Bluff (druids only)

Nighthaven NPCs

Quest Givers

Class Trainers

Profession (Tradeskill) Trainers

  • IconSmall NightElf Male.gifNeutral Malvor <Herbalism Trainer>

Merchants

Various Services

Patch changes

  • Legion Patch 7.1.5 (2017-01-10): The Nighthaven Inn now has its own subzone.
  • WoW Icon 16x16.png Patch 1.4.0 (2005-05-05): A rock that was sitting above the ground at the top of one of the falls in Nighthaven has landed.

References

  1. ^ Arthaus. Warcraft: The Roleplaying Game, 205. ISBN 9781588460714.