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2-26-2012 @ 6:58PM
Great job Anne, good read!But this reminds me, didn't you also do a tinfoil hat on the light itself a while back? We know the Draenei get their power over the light from the naaru, and so do the Blood Elves for that matter. That said, we still don't know where the humans and dwarves got their power over the Light. They have no idea where it comes from, its just there and they use it. I agree with you that the Sha are most likely the direct opposite of the Naaru. Whereas Naaru are beings of holy and good energy, the Sha are beings of darkness and negative energy. So if a Naaru can be brought into the darkness, does that then mean the Sha could be brought into the light? If so, then the Naaru and the Sha are virtually the same thing. How else can I back this up? Well, lets look at our playable priests. Two of their specs are about manipulating the light, but one is about utilizing darkness. Now, why would Blizzard design the class like that? Why wouldn't they just have a holy dps spec and leave the darkness to the Warlocks? Because light and darkness are one in the same, two sides of the same coin. So if this is the nature of the Sha, and they have a connection to the Old Gods, then the Old Gods may very well have a connection to the Light as well.
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