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The '''Aelves''' were a race that inhabit the [[Mortal Realms]].
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The '''Aelves''' are a race that inhabit the [[Mortal Realms]].
  
 
==History==
 
==History==
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==Notes==
 
==Notes==
  
* The [[Wood Elves]], [[High Elves]] and [[Dark Elves]] compendiums lists most of its models as Aelf.
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* The [[Wood Elves]], [[High Elves]] and [[Dark Elves]] compendiums lists most of their models as Aelf.
  
 
==Sources==
 
==Sources==

Revision as of 02:21, 29 December 2017

The Aelves are a race that inhabit the Mortal Realms.

History

The Aelves were at first thought to be lost after the end of the World-that-Was, when Tyrion and Teclis awoke in the Realm of Hysh they began to search for their kindred but could find no sign of them. It was only when they met with Sigmar that they found any trace of aelfkind. Malerion himself awoke in the Realm of Ulgu and exploring the thirteen domains of that realm he found his mother, Morathi but his search for aleves was as fruitless as the others. Like the brothers, he and his mother joined the Pantheon of Sigmar.[1]

As the Age of Myth progressed, the Aelves and other races spread across the Mortal Realms, creating kingdoms, empires and cities only to see them assailed by Chaos in the next Age. Empires burned, Kingdoms fell to ruin and rot, cities to corruption and decadence all across those same realms as the Age of Chaos progressed. Before Sigmar closed the gates of the Realm of Azyr many disparate aelves fled to his lands, proud dragon princes and blood soaked sorceress's, mighty mages and vicious privateers, frightened children and unflinching rangers all found a new home in that realm.[2]

When the gates finally opened again in the Age of Sigmar, many once again ventured out into the mortal realms, looking for forgotten kingdoms and keeps, lost kin and glory.[2]

Factions

The following factions have Aelves as their members:

Notes

Sources