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7-06-2011 @ 7:05PM
You don't use simply one source when asking people about history. You interview malfurion, but you also interview Zaetar and if you can, you interview Cenarius. Plus, Tyrande, Malfurion and the like were not the only people around during the WotA. In fact, it's more likely that noncombatants survived into the modern age, too. It's less hazardous to your health to be a gardener or an auctioneer than it is to be a glaive-slinging huntress.Plus, let's look at the societies most likely to put together history textbooks: Dalaran, Quel'thalas, Stormwind, maybe even Undermine. All of these have powerful mages and a few even have powerful shaman. It's not at all unlikely to believe a publisher could get a few of these guys together and gain a consensus on history by getting a bunch to scry for them.
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