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sendingit

Intelligence is knowing a tomato is a fruit. Wisdom is not putting a tomato in a fruit salad

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pro6pan

Your brain gets smart but your head gets dumb

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vasanthantv

Knowledge is knowing that Frankenstein is not the monster Wisdom is knowing that Frankenstein is the monster

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dumduck

basically, it's a bookworm character with tons of theroetical knowledge, but with 0 first-hand experience and no skills in practical application of said knowledge. For example it could be academy-raised wizard, who got there either by nepotism, or was raised in the seculded wizard-orphanage. Or A being from the other world. "Humanologist" who got really interested in this world, and travelled here to see it all.

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flyshitman

Pretty much an phd With a street smart of a 5 year old. May accidently buy cocaine because it looked like "fancy sugar". possibly blind, ADHD or highly autistic if not all of them. Can craft a lazer gun out of a 8 volt battery but has a burned tongue because he can't stop licking the said batteries.

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lbvleo

Intelligence: knowing things Wisdom: knowing what to do with that knowledge

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paintbrushfreak

Intelligence is a fruit knowing it is a tomato. Wisdom is not putting a fruit in a tomato salad.

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thegrzelu

When we will have a dnd section?

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pirost

knowledge != intelligence Unless you are the current educational system.

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ibervang

I recall someone explaining it to me like this. Intelligence is knowing how things work Wisdom is advice Why the cleric (priest), use wisdom

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