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1-10-2011 @ 3:10AM
@xoxotl(1) As H.L. Mencken once said, "The older I grow the more I distrust the familiar doctrine that age brings wisdom." None of the "immortals" of Azeroth have displayed much in the way of super-wisdom or maturity. The lore would suggest they're no better equipped to deal with the issues of Azeroth than anyone else.(2) Neither of those demonstrate any lapse in judgment on his part. The first was unfortunate, but unrelated to anything he did, and it's far, far too soon for anyone to declare the second wise or foolish without themselves appearing foolish. Time will tell how that plays out -- claiming to already know puts you in the loony-tunes prophet category (unless you're a bronze and have already seen the future).(3) This is simply not relevant, although a good argument could be made for the fact that this makes him better qualified for the job, given that Azeroth has been corrupted by malignant entities.
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