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8-17-2008 @ 3:40PM
So the Garrosh Hellscream that wouldn't do jack to save his people in Nagrand is now on the other end of the spectrum; destroying his people by DOING something? I have to review Nagrand... but I hope Saurfang remains a staunch supporter of Thrall. All too often it seems the Orcs have gotten back on their feet and then I talk to Neeru Fireblade or the guys at Thrallmar that "reluctantly" instruct me to kill Kargath Bladefist. My only consolation is schendfreude; at least the Alliance isn't better off.
8-17-2008 @ 4:05PM
I think she means that Garrosh is basically a massive failure to the Horde, not so much that he's actively fighting them. Just that he's a good-for-nothing.
8-17-2008 @ 6:48PM
You have to understand that the Horde is an old organization under new leadership, and have only recently fallen into the "misunderstood shaman nice guys", thanks to Thrall, who had been raised amongst humans.Garrosh, quite literally hails from a warrior clan, the Warsong Clan, just as his father did. His father, you may remember, was the posterchild for war, and though he freed his people from demonic corruption, he was still very much a warrior.Garrosh has this been tasked by the loremeisters to bring some of the War back into Warcraft. After half of the Warcraft games highlighted the war between orcs and humans, not all of the fans are happy to see the new, less in-your-face Horde under Thrall's command.
8-18-2008 @ 11:43AM
Sorry, I have to correct the misspelling; it is "schadenfreude", not "schendfreude." But a great post nonetheless!
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