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2-27-2012 @ 7:47AM
I was going to make my own comment but since the disccusion is already going."Sha means Light, in draenic, on Draenor -- and it means something completely different to the pandaren of Azeroth, a polar opposite of the meaning given to the word by the draenei. If the word Sha is referring to dark creatures on Azeroth, is it possible, then, that these creatures are essentially anti-naaru?"My TFHT immediately leaned in my ear and whispered: "isz... isz..."In the Maxx graphic novels (by Sam Kieth; who is f'n awesome and anyone unaware should check him out), there are these creatures called isz. In the Maxx universe there is the regular world, what we view as reality, and the "actual" world known as Pangea or more commonly the Outback.In the Outback, isz are white creatures and usually non-violent. They turn black and evil when they enter our world from the Outback. One has to wonder, is it possible that Azeroth has a corrupting influence on the Sha? Or are they separate entities all together?
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