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4-26-2009 @ 4:08PM
Thrall comes across to me as some one no longer fit to lead the Horde. "Redemption!" he shouts, his some what educated upbringing meens that he has a visionary look onto the horde, so he gives his people shamanisum, and freedom, makes Peons respected and stuff. What is glaringly obvious to me is Freedom of Thought seems to be the last thing the horde needs for redemption; Horde members have the freedom of choice, and they seem to be choosing the old ways. Thrall was lucky that it was the forsaken that said "We're doign this our way" and betrayed him, and not the orcs. Thrall is so preocupied by honour and redemption and giving things to his people for no reason other than he spent his first half of his life in the custody of blackmoore, and then 3 years with his farther's people and shouts "I'm all for the horde now!" He's connstantly over compensating for his tiem with blackmoor;Thrall is more the Son of Blackmoor than he will ever be the Son of Durotan.And I think things can only get worst for the horde, back in vanilla wow, The New Horde and the Dark Horde constantly had orcs switching sides as their pollitical views see fit, but now that we stormed BlackRockSpire the renagades are only going to saturate the Horde, assasination attemps on Thrall will increse and he will continue to cover them up to keep the face of the Horde, untill something snaps, and that will probably be Thrall's neck.^most of that was made up Haha.
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