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3-02-2008 @ 4:05PM
The reliability of the lore at wowwiki is always in question, such is the nature of the wiki, and while most information is accurate it's still always best to look at an articles source (this is true of any secondary source). I contribute a bit and always try and find and replace old outdated information and fallacies, provide citations and refrences, rewrite summaries, remove bias, increase readability, enchance accessability, etc...do everything i can to improve the overall quality. I can't say i agree with 100% of the policies but most work for the overall benefit of the community and to assure wowwiki provides the most accurate information it can. And mistakes are fixed rather qucikly. Despite all this its still the most comprehensive collection of warcraft lore on the web, and despite a few drawbacks the good heavily outweighs the bad. And its still far better than no source at all.
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