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8-09-2010 @ 4:48PM
I was actually kind of wondering the same thing. How long have these two men stared into the brink of the chaos of the world and acted as advisors? Look at what they have both witnessed and been through, 3 wars, the rise of the Scourge, the invasion of the Burnning Legions, political corruption. Rommath watched his hero betray his own people after promising to save them. Benedictus heard as Bolvar died in the North, and I'm sure he's heard that after dying Bolvar became the new Lich King, leader of the Scourge who destroyed Lordaeron. How hard would it be for the whispers of the night, and in their sleep to tell these men about the chaos of it all? How hard would it be to push men who sat back and advised through all that to make some action toward real change? In the end it all falls to chaos anyway, why prevent the inevitable? Embrace it, and put an end to the cycle of battles and betrayals. Kingdoms rise and fall. Invaders come and go. Heroes live and die. But one thing is constant, chaos will always be there, and so will the world's "true masters." I
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