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4-12-2011 @ 12:20PM
I don't see where your confusion comes from. The Nobles were told the work was being done as charity, the workers were told they would be paid. Hence neither book is 'wrong', there was just a difference of opinion based on the fact that the go-between for both sides, Lady Prestor, was lying through her big dragon teeth.
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