Azeroth has a yellow sun similar to Earth.
- The blood elves
The blood elves and high elves symbolically revere the sun as opposed to the night elves who worship Elune, the goddess of the moon. Blood elves and high elves use the battle cry "Anar'alah belore!" ("By the light of the sun!") or often greet each other with the phrase "Anu belore dela'na" ("The sun guides us") in Thalassian. Most of Quel'Thalas' denizens do not speak of it as a star or as an astronomical phenomena.
- The tauren
The tauren refer to the sun as An'she and considers him to be the right eye of the Earth Mother. The tauen believe that every morning, An'she bleeds, sacrificing part of his light to let the tauren know that dawn is coming. But he doesn't do this alone; the "yeena'e" ("those who herald the dawn" in Taur-ahe) help him. In the wake of the Cataclysm, the order known as the Sunwalkers emerged, channeling the light of An'she as Sunwalkers.
- The pandaren
A pandaren legend tells of how long ago, there were five suns that burned brightly in the sky. When the winds blew, their intense heat caused great wildfires. Crops wilted, villages burned, and families wandered endlessly to seek refuge from the flames. Great fires would sweep through the lands of Pandaria until the day that Zao Sunseeker, Champion of the Five Suns, shot a defiant arrow into the sky, bringing down 4 of the 5 suns.
This section concerns content related to Warlords of Draenor.
- ^ World of Warcraft: Illidan
- ^ Exile of the High Elves: "Forever after, they would embrace the sun and be known only as the high elves."
- ^ The Warcraft Encyclopedia: Thalassian
- ^ Sorrow of the Earthmother
- ^ Bleeding Sun
- ^ Lorewalker Stonestep encounter
- ^ Grubb, Jeff. The Last Guardian, 144. ISBN 978-0-6710-4151-9.
- ^ Grubb, Jeff. "Epilogue", The Last Guardian, 405 (ebook). ISBN 978-0-6710-4151-9. “...and Khadgar's own battle beneath the dull red sun.”
- ^ Is It a Bird? A Zeppelin?