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1-17-2008 @ 2:51PM
I think we know which version of how the duel ended is true, based off the facts presented here: If "Turalyon picked up Lothar's sword and took over the battle, yelling "For Lothar!", then apparently the sword was NOT shattered by Doomhammer, which means he was bashed from behind by some rogues. It didn't say he "picked up the shattered remnants of the sword" or "he picked up the hilt"....
1-17-2008 @ 3:50PM
Well, the statue of Turalyon in Stormwind shows him holding the hilt of a broken sword. Besides, Ogrim is way too honorable to let some rouges take his killing blow.
1-17-2008 @ 4:04PM
1-17-2008 @ 5:47PM
Linkage:I dispute Doomhammer's supposed honor in that fight. When he knew that the orcs were trapped on Azeroth, he figured they may as well wipe out everyone there to make way for their new home, so treachery is a very reasonable course of action to take when you have no scruples, especially when you lured your enemy's leader under the pretext of parlaying. After all, Doomhammer betrayed his 'good buddy', Durotan, to the Shadow Council, did he not?Too bad Doomhammer doesn't have a grave we can desecrate.
1-23-2008 @ 7:51PM
so that makes him not really a good fighter cause doom hammer just whacked the crap outta him, and then lothar's boyfriend got mad and starting fighting harder?? rogues had nothing to do with it....=-D
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