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2-27-2012 @ 1:19PM
And while we're pursuing etymology, don't forget that A) 'sha,' as a one-syllable word is very likely to be a basic concept and B) the draenic/eredun word predates the arrivals of both Sargeras and the naaru on Argus.Never mind the silliness that Azeroth can ever be a world without conflict. There's a few different words that can be used to describe such a world: stasis, for one, and far more damning, boring.The whole article is "wouldn't if it be neat if..." followed by "given that unlikely circumstance, wouldn't it also be neat if..." repeated over and over. And as if to remind you just how far out on a limb Anne was, she pointlessly dredged up the silly (IMO) E'lune conjecture.Maybe the naaru will have something to say about the sha. But 'the sha are the naaru's evil twin' is not what I'd bet. It's been said that the sha are manifestations of strife; if they're the anti-naaru, it implies that the naaru are manifestations of cooperation, of caring. In other words, holy magic would be the Carebear Stare. And that would be horrible.
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