Nighthaven is the principle settlement in Moonglade. It is a primarily night elven village that is the home to the druids of the Cenarion Circle.
The village is located on the shores of Lake Elune'ara. It features night elvish architecture, some of it with stone walls. It also has a pair of moonwells.[48, 33][46, 45] Nighthaven's location is considered remote and the village is usually sequestered to outsiders. It caters mostly to druids, who have an ability to teleport here. Druids also have access to exclusive flight masters.[44, 45] There are trainers for druidism and herbalism in the town, as well as a number of unique vendors, such as a specialty dress maker, Geenia Sunshadow. The village is also home to the Nighthaven Inn, which can be visited during the Kirin Tor Tavern Crawl.
The town is the center of the Lunar Festival, and for this holiday it opens up to outsiders. The druids welcome members of both the Alliance and Horde to celebrate and shoot fireworks - a symbol of Elune's power. During the event, non-druids can also teleport here with a [Lunar Festival Invitation]. For the duration of the festival, a number of special vendors and quests can be accessed here.
Rabine Saturna, majordomo of Moonglade's guardian, Keeper Remulos, lives here.
Centuries after the War of the Ancients, heroes gathered in the village of Nighthaven to face the maddened demi-god, Omen. They managed to blind and drive the beast into Lake Elune'ara.
It was here that the Keeper Remulos faced the Nightmare dragon, Eranikus. The village came under heavy attack by nightmare creatures before Tyrande Whisperwind arrived and used the light of Elune to cleanse the corrupted dragon.
After the Cataclysm, Nighthaven was used as a gathering point for both Alliance and Horde heroes entering the campaign at Mount Hyjal.
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