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3-31-2009 @ 10:25AM
@CbeefmanRexxar would be a great choice.Personally I'd be happy with a Thrall book or with a group that is assembled out of the different factions of the Horde, like a Troll shaman, an orc warlock, an undead priest, an Tauren Druid, a belf mage, and then tell us stories of the things they -experience-. Like, we could watch the group being in service of the horde. Running with Garrosh in nagrand, being some of the guys who were there as Illidan fell, or who stood by heroes as they felled Kael, etc... they wouldn't even have to be the 'superheroes', just being those guys who are along when the heroes do their stuff. A 'grunts view' of the great big happenings, just that the grunts are also tight friends, and then we accompany them during downtimes as well. Learn who they love, who they hate, watch how rivalries between the horde factions play out, since there should be a LOT of those, etc.
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