Until now, of course (and by now I mean when I was totally on a anti-aquaman rant sitting alone in my car yelling at the top of my lungs about being the god damned batman).
I've always thought it odd that one of the Troll Legends focused on the moon so heavily.
Let's take a quick look at this legend.
A moon over the vale shines, casting its glow upon the jungle where proud warriors heed the call to defend our nation and sacred grounds. A moon over the vale shines far above the cries of battle where blood is spilled of foe and comrade alike. And when our brethren pass into realms beyond the known the soul-spirits hardens deep beneath the vale. And when our brethren pass into the mountain's temple we shall protect their eternal spirits encased within the holy blue crystal. And when our brethren pass a moon over the vale shines.
Elune isn't just a goddess of peace. She is the Night Warrior, a warrior goddess who casts her moon over battlefields via her priestess to strengthen those who worship her. She is also said to gather the souls of the dead and take them with her to the next world. They mention a mountain's temple and a holy blue crystal. A holy blue crystal? Inconceivable!
Gem of Elune was found floating above the reactivated Altar of Elune duringA  Guardians of the Altar which is started by Ranshalla. According to the Priestess of Elune it was used to communicate directly with Elune. It was once found in Winterspring, but since the Cataclysm, has gone missing.
And last but not least.
It's been a fairly substantiated bit of lore that Elune is fairly heavily connected to water elementals, even having a shrine dedicated to her in the Throne of the Tides, which is inside the elemental plane of water.
We see references to this from Darkshore, Desolace, and even Ashenvale where the water elementals are the guardians of an outpost.
Well, well, well. What do we have here?
And who did the Gurubashi worship? Hakkar the Soul-flayer? You don't say. Just so happens to be the only other being we know of who takes blood blood sacrifices in return for boons.
Thoughts? Opinions? Anti-Aquaman sentiments?