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8-10-2010 @ 8:12AM
Tuskarr evil? ... Yeah ok, I can go with that. Of course, I still think the naaru are up to no good.
8-10-2010 @ 8:22AM
Wait up, you're a paladin who doesn't trust the Naaru? What?
8-10-2010 @ 8:44AM
The Naaru are up to no good. Don't trust them- their eyes are too close together.
8-10-2010 @ 9:02AM
Yes, well ... they look way too much like Space Invaders.
8-10-2010 @ 11:47AM
I agree, as a fellow paladin, the Naaru are evil.Trying to tell me the holy light comes from them and not from personal internal strength. Totally undermining the lore that made the light an interesting faith in the first place.Evil.
8-10-2010 @ 12:33PM
I've never seen anything in-game that says the Light comes from the Naaru. According to the Burning Crusade FAQ page, the Naaru are "a race of beings with a deep affinity for the Holy Light of Creation that empowers the paladins of Azeroth." They like the Light. A lot. But it doesn't say the Light comes from them. However, there was that little incident that led to the forging of the Ashbringer. Blizzard has yet to explain that one in detail, but there's not enough proof to accuse the Naaru of being evil.
8-10-2010 @ 2:04PM
"a race of beings with a deep affinity for the Holy Light of Creation that empowers the paladins of Azeroth"Either the Naaru are beings with an affinity for the holy light and the holy light empowers paladins or they are a race with an affinity for the light who also happen to be the ones that empower paladins. Read it carefully you'll see it can have more than one meaning.
8-11-2010 @ 12:09AM
All the lore I've read points to the Naruu being made of the Light, rather than being the ones who make the Light, which would still mean they *are* the Light, but important distinction. Kind of like the Light personified, taking an actual hand in the grand scheme rather than leaving it up to some creepy old guy in the middle of whoop whoop to choose the "blessed" one and hope his libido was right.
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