Passerby: Pardon me, sir, I wasn’t eavesdropping but I couldn’t help but overhear your last statement. If you don’t mind, would you tell me what you mean?
Tyrael: What do you mean, tell you what I mean?
Passerby: Well, are you saying that the High Heavens will ultimately lose against evil?
Tyrael: What?! Where did you get that from? I didn’t say anything like that!
Passerby: Well, I believe what I heard you say was; “The more you fight evil the more it corrupts you.” That is what you said, isn’t it?
Tyrael: Yes, that’s what I said.
Passerby: And the High Heavens are in an Eternal War against Evil, isn’t it?
Tyrael: Yes, that correct.
Passerby: Well then, if it is as you say, the more we fight evil the more it corrupts us, then certainly, since the High Heavens fight evil eternally, the High Heavens will ultimately be corrupted, and thus lose.
Tyrael: No! No! No! That’s not what I’m saying at all! You’re trying to put words in my mouth! Who sent you, Imperius? I wasn’t talking about the High Heavens, I was talking about an individual.
Passerby: Ah, I see. Please forgive me. So, then, what you are saying is that we should stop fighting evil and just give up?
Tyrael: No! No! No! Where are you getting this stuff from? I never said that!
Passerby: Well, you did say that the more we fight evil the more it corrupts us. And if not fighting evil corrupts us, and fighting evil corrupts us, then what’s the point of fighting evil?
Tyrael: No! No! No! Are you sure Imperius didn’t send you here to trap me or something?
Passerby: Then perhaps with your statement that “the more we fight evil the more it corrupts us” you were trying your hand at a little dissemination?
Tyrael: Dis-what, now?
Passerby: You know, Dissemination, the non-concept that the French philosopher Jacques Derrida opposes to Polysemy.
Tyrael: Now, see, now I don’t even know what you’re talking about.
Passerby: Well, if you didn’t mean any of the things that we’ve talked about, I must confess that I am at a loss as to what you mean by your statement.
Tyrael: I didn’t mean anything …
Tyrael: I was just talking about Zolton Kulle. That’s all.
Passerby: Ah! I see. You were generalizing about Zolton Kulle’s life and attempting to draw some sort of lesson from it.
Tyrael: Now you got it. That’s all I meant.
Passerby: So, what about Deckard Cain?
Tyrael: What about him?
Passerby: Wasn’t Deckard Cain just as tireless a foe of evil as Zolton Kulle?
Tyrael: Yeah. So?
Passerby: So, was Deckard Cain corrupted by evil?
Tyrael: You know what? I’ve had enough of this conversation.
Passerby: So, you have no idea of what you were saying at all?
Tyrael: I hereby declare myself the Aspect of Wisdom!
Passerby: The universe is in deep do-do.