Sunfury Spire

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Not to be confused with Sunspire.
Sunfury Spire.
The sin'dorei leadership gathered at the spire's entrance during the Heritage of the Sin'dorei.

Sunfury Spire is Silvermoon City's palace. It is located in the Court of the Sun and contains the Inner Sanctum.

It is here that Regent Lord Lor'themar Theron, ruler of Quel'Thalas, governs the country with the advice and counsel of Ranger General Halduron Brightwing and Grand Magister Rommath.[1] The spire also contains the mage and priest trainers for the city.

The spire is guarded by two large rows of blood elven guardians, and the royal guard force within.

In the RPG

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The Sunstrider Palace is where the Sunstriders, a family of high elven lords, ruled Quel'Thalas from. This majestic palace was once a marvel of organic elven architecture, but now its walls are stained with elven blood and its graceful spires shattered like bones. The Scourge, despite its best efforts, never discovered the legendary Sunstrider treasury. This mythic vault lures adventurers and fortune seekers from across the world. Sunstrider Spire is by no means safe, as hordes of elven ghosts and undead guardians stand vigil over the palace.[2]

Notes

  • At the back of the spire's Inner Sanctum is a hidden doorway on a seemingly blank wall, accessed by using a nearby crystal. Within is a private study, containing scrying stones, grimoires, and expansive bookshelves. Lady Liadrin assumed it to be Lor'themar Theron's private quarters, but quickly amended her view after seeing how uneasy the regent looked in its confines, later Rommath revealed it as his own.[3]

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Speculation

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Kael'thas may have named the Sunfury force after the building.

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