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1 Lambert: So where are we going to find a sage who can tell us where this magic book might be?
2 Draak: Draak think of great place of much books.
3 Lambert: Excellent thinking, Draak! A library should tell us where we can find a sage.
4 Draak: Or might just have book we seek…
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This is one of the classic ways in which a quest can get out of hand. You are looking for A. Someone says one way to find A, is to find B. And to find B, you need to do C. But to do C, you need to get D. How do we get D? We could do it by doing E, F, and G.
At some point it make sense to take a step back and say, "Hang on, do we really need to do E, F, and G, or can we just go find A by being clever about it, and be done with it?"
In this way I somehow feel that of all the Fantasy characters, I am most like Draak.
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