There's a contradiction in the article.

"Zasz's advice was prescient; the duel turned out to be a distraction. While Kerrigan fought Tassadar's illusion, Zeratul, the Dark Templar prelate, approached the cerebrate and claimed to know Kerrigan's weakness. The cerebrate was lulled into a false sense of security and ordered its brood away, allowing Zeratul to approach even closer. This was Zasz's undoing. The prelate revealed zerg were vulnerable to the Dark Templar's energies and slew the cerebrate."

I'm reading through Queen of Blades now, and Tassadar and Zeratul did not meet until after Zasz was dead, at which point they were certainly not friendly. It just so happened Zeratul killed Zasz while Kerrigan was hunting Tassadar, it wasn't a deliberate set-up. I'm not sure how you guys handle contradictions between game and novel, but I wanted to bring this to light. Doreiku Kuroofangu 04:23, June 19, 2010 (UTC)

Generally, we operate by the principle that the games are of a higher tier of canon than novels, but quite a bit of variance exists. Certainly Rosenberg admitted in an interview that he took a few liabilities. Still, I've included QoB's account in the notes section.--Hawki 10:39, June 19, 2010 (UTC)

We actually had a fairly recent rewrite to the canon section. Generally we try to reduce the amount of variation in an article. This one hasn't been looked at closely since then (there was other work to be done first). PSH aka Kimera 757 (talk) contribs) 14:29, June 19, 2010 (UTC)

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