I think it would be instructive to hear the tale of the enchanter who wanted to be a cobbler, and the cobbler who wanted to be an enchanter.


I’ll skip to the end then. They were both miserable at it, and they both died. The moral is, don’t challenge the natural order of things, or you’ll get burned.

What’s that?

Why the natural order of things is how they are right now, of course. What else would it be?

I don’t care if you disagree. We have more than tales to keep this order, if it comes to that.

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