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12-01-2008 @ 3:00AM
I wonder if I'm just reading all this differently than everyone else.The way I'm reading it, we're not SUPPOSED to be cheering for Garrosh, in the same way that we weren't supposed to be cheering for Grom until the very end. We're supposed to be hoping Garrosh grows up and frustrated by the fact that he doesn't. We're supposed to WANT to cheer for Garrosh, but just can't. He really is a send-back to his Father.There's a pattern in the people Garrosh puts into power: Agmar, Krenna. I don't think we're supposed to like either of them, either. And that event between Saurfang and Garrosh in Warsong Hold? Who can try to tell me that we're supposed to be on Garrosh's side, there?It seems to me like Blizzard isn't writing Garrosh as a hero we're supposed to get behind and root for more war in Warcraft. I think that he's supposed to be a sobering example of what that would entail. He's being set up for a fall of some kind. The question to me isn't whether or not Garrosh and his followers will be brought low, but rather, will he be redeemed?Anyone can feel free to argue with me, I'm wondering how I managed to get this totally different impression.
12-01-2008 @ 4:43PM
I agree with you, and if you ask me, I think Saurfang is going to kill him, like just as hes about to do something uber stupid, or atleast I hope :p after he'd totally go into exile or something, just to arive and save the day some other time, that'd be sweet!
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