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6-29-2011 @ 9:48AM
Dunno, it always felt to me like the Tauren mythology was their way of explaining the world, but otherwise not true. Like how Azeroth came to be, the sun and the moon (btw where is the blue moon), etc... Who knows if the Earthmother really exists, or if wasn't Therazane
6-29-2011 @ 5:30PM
I think this is one of the things with Lore that is dangerous, and I used to see a lot in the "did Sylvanas plan Wrathgate" threads. She says she didn't... well, sure, but she can lie.The fables of the Tauren might have some truth, but comparing them to aboriginal (or, civilized) myths of real world earth, why put any faith in them as actual sources of information? That immortal Xarantuar? for all we know he's a liar and an agent of the Old Gods... (not saying he is, just saying his word isn't Lore Canon, it's just his word.)
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