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4-14-2009 @ 1:32AM
As someone who enjoys playing on both sides of the field, Wrynn really irked me after the Wrathgate, his bold headed-ness is somewhat detestable for royalty, but his anger is justified. What sights to behold in the Undercity is reason enough for anyone who witnessed Lordaeron in its prime to be angry. Topple that with what he dealt with over the plotline of the comics... I can't blame him for being vengeful really. But he's got to use that noodle!Garrosh on the other hand just frightens me. His over-eagerness to result to such brutal tactics of the old horde makes me hope that Thrall and Saurfang the Elder seriously put that boys head straight before he ventures too far into the darker parts of his father's legacy. Gromm too had a tendency to let the bloodlust get the better of him, but at least he could see the wisdom in Thrall's methods.The fact that Blizz is taking the time to build up a story that stretches over the entire course of the expansion along with developing the plotlines for each part is absolutely delightful. It gives the world a more realistic feel beyond that of "Okay, now this is the new bad thing. Go kill the new bad thing." which at times was really what I disliked about The Burning Crusade. The Black Temple was a good start, but Illidan honestly never felt like a threat, more so that he just wanted the damn alliance and horde to get off his porch.
4-14-2009 @ 2:13AM
It's true, Illidan just wanted us to get off his lawn.You know how crazy old men are.
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