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The very first chapter (the Prologue) disproves this fionwe1987 Send a noteboard - 03/10/2016 06:56:28 AM

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If someone can draw more than this much above their maximum it would seem odd given how many times we've heard about the dangers of overdrawing.

Why? You can overdraw as massively as you want. The constant thing is that you will either be burned out, or straight out die. The best evidence for this is Lews Therin, who, with no angreal or sa'angreal, overdrew enough to create a mountain taller than Everest.

From there, the rest of your argument collapses...

Gonna miss these discussions. Was fun to lay this to bed.

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