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7-06-2011 @ 6:31PM
It also should be noted that the people in question aren't omniscient, no matter how old they are. Suppose you ask Malfurion, "Who was the first druid?" and he answers. Let's further assume he's not lying. What does this prove? It proves nothing more than that Malfurion is unaware of any druids prior to whoever he names in his answer. Alas, it doesn't tell you who the first druid actually was, it just tells you the oldest one Malfurion knows about. This may be quite interesting, but it proves nothing. His answer may or may not reflect the reality of who the first druid actually was.History is never easy. Having people you can ask helps, unless you take their answers too seriously, in which case it actually hurts.
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