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Neutral San'layn
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Main leaderBlood-Queen Lana'thel
Race(s)San'Layn, Darkfallen, Undead elf
Base of operationsNorthrend
StatusDefunct (all Darkfallen Deceased)

The San'layn are a race of elves, lead by a host of 'vampiric blood elf princes'[1][2] who appear to hold influential positions within the Scourge, often acting as ambassadors[3], overlords, and servants in direct contact with the Lich King. The San'layn were created after Arthas took the most powerful of Kael'thas' shattered forces into his service.

The Crimson Hall contains the leaders of the San'layn, undead blood elves who oversee the Scourge's operations throughout Azeroth. The blood-princes Valanar, Keleseth, and Taldaram were raised into undeath by the Lich King to avenge themselves while protecting their blood-queen, Lana'thel.[4]

Elder Ko'nani of The Kalu'ak states that "The Dark One rides forth again with his San'layn..." showing that they are a major, or at least leading, part of the Scourge offensive. Depending on how the sentence is read, it may mean the San'layn were part of a previous attack of some kind.

The only non-named San'layn seen regularly in-game appear in the Temple City of En'kilah in northeastern Borean Tundra and in the Crimson Hall in Icecrown Citadel.


Known membersEdit

Name Role Status Location
Darkfallen female Boss Blood-Queen Lana'thel <The San'layn> Leader of the San'layn, former wielder of Quel'Delar Deceased (Lore); Killable (WoW) Icecrown and Icecrown Citadel
Darkfallen male Boss Prince Taldaram Agent of the Scourge forces attempting to conquer Azjol-Nerub. Raised in undeath to serve in Icecrown Citadel as a member of the Blood Prince Council Killable Ahn'kahet and Icecrown Citadel
Darkfallen male Boss Prince Keleseth <The San'layn> Overlord of Howling Fjord, ruler of the South-Eastern reaches of Northrend and ambassador to the vrykul; also took part in the assault upon the Scarlet Enclave and the ritual to raise Arugal. Raised in undeath to serve in Icecrown Citadel as a member of the Blood Prince Council. Prince Valanar's brother[5] Killable Scarlet Enclave, Howling Fjord, Utgarde Keep and Icecrown Citadel
Darkfallen male Boss Prince Valanar <The San'layn> Overlord of Borean Tundra and master of Naxxanar; also took part in the assault upon the Scarlet Enclave and the ritual to raise Arugal. Raised in undeath to serve in Icecrown Citadel as a member of the Blood Prince Council. Prince Keleseth's brother Killable Scarlet Enclave, Borean Tundra and Icecrown Citadel
Darkfallen male Combat Prince Tenris Mirkblood <The San'layn> Agent of the Scourge during the Second Scourge Invasion Deceased Karazhan
Darkfallen male Combat Prince Sandoval Challenges fighters to battle at Valhalas Deceased (Lore); Killable (WoW) Icecrown Citadel and Icecrown Glacier
Darkfallen male Prince Navarius Masterminded the creation of the massive flesh titan, Thrym, and likely other flesh giants Deceased (Lore); Killable (WoW) Zul'Drak
Darkfallen male Combat Prince Atherann <The San'layn> Took part in the ritual to raise Archmage Arugal. Deceased (Lore); Last seen in Silverpine Forest
Darkfallen male Combat Prince Theraldis <The San'layn> Led the ritual to raise Arugal. Deceased (Lore); Last seen in Silverpine Forest
UndeadElf male Combat High Priest Andorath One of Prince Valanar's lieutenants Deceased (Lore); Killable (WoW) Borean Tundra
UndeadElf male Combat Luthion the Vile <The San'layn> One of Prince Valanar's lieutenants Deceased (Lore); Killable (WoW) Borean Tundra
UndeadElf male Combat Vanthryn the Merciless <The San'layn> One of Prince Valanar's lieutenants Deceased (Lore); Killable (WoW) Borean Tundra

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SpeculationEdit

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This article or section includes speculation, observations or opinions possibly supported by lore or by Blizzard officials. It should not be taken as representing official lore.

It is believed that the word "San'layn" is possibly Thalassian for "Darkfallen".

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