For me, I would go Zoroaster. I feel his teachings made it possible for atrocities like the dark ages, the Spanish Inquisition, and the Holocaust to happen. --- "In this business, either you learn and grow or you die." Ron Kaufmann, and that's why the republicans lost, this is a country, not a business.
Your mother, so we wouldn't have any more "what if" or "who would win" topics. --- Rudimentary creatures of blood and flesh; fumbling in ignorance, incapable of understanding a simple ending without DLC...
Killing Zoroaster wouldn't necessarily kill organized monotheistic religion. Sure things would be different, but killing one man would only delay the movement towards monotheism. --- WyvernLord17 http://gifsoup.com/webroot/animatedgifs/558836_o.gif
^This, I'm surprised we haven't seen Jesus or a Christian prophet yet.
History is fine the way it is. If we prevented WW2 several advances in medicine would not have happened. Yes it is sad that certain people had to suffer throughout history such as Jews, Native Americans, etc but without this we wouldn't be here where we are today.