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1-20-2009 @ 5:03PM
*crosses fingers in anticipation for Garona to assassinate another king of Stormwind*
1-21-2009 @ 2:37PM
Seconded. I'm glad I'm not the only one who can't stand Varian Wrynn.
1-20-2009 @ 5:12PM
That would be the absolute chaos in Stormwind. With Varian assassinated by Garona, Fordragon victim of the Wrathgate event and Lady Prestor retired in her den to give free T2 to lvl 80 punks, the little boy would have no mentor! And no, Jaina is too busy smooching Thra-- err, leading Theramore!
1-20-2009 @ 5:26PM
Blizz needs to make that little kid grow the eff up. He's been a little punk for too long. They really missed the boat for some interesting wow plot developments there didn't they.The father who hates the horde and will do anything to destroy them.The virtuous son who was brought up by Bolvar to follow the path of the light.They'd clash ideologically, shenanigans would ensue. It would be awesome and maybe the Alliance would get a proper hero who's not six feet under.
1-20-2009 @ 6:16PM
Magni Bronzebeard for the leader of the Alliance. Seriously. The dorf king is atleast an experienced politician not this... Conan wannabe, taken straight from an arena pit. Give him atleast a treatment course or something... or a shrink. Yeah, he could act like that and thrive for personal vengeance if he was some low profile commander or something... but he is the king of Stormwind. He needs to be more responsible and THINK AHEAD.Also, the father and son conflict would actually prove interesting... good that Varian isn't yelling "For the Light!", cause then uncle Uther would be rolling in his shiny tomb.
1-20-2009 @ 7:08PM
Doesn't that make Thrall a "Conan Wannabe"? I believe the Arena played an important part of his history (though curiously there are no Arena in Alliance lands)
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