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9-21-2009 @ 4:44PM
These are very valid points, and it makes me sympathize with the kid a little- but at the same time he's just that, a kid. I don't 'like' Thrall, but I sure as hell respect him, and I certainly understand that he's an excellent leader. Thrall understands that the Old Horde died because of its disorganization and cultural isolation. No one can feel sympathetic for the Old Horde because of its wild, demonic nature and fiendish warrior-culture. Now, the Horde actually has a chance because Thrall is taking on Alliance-like organization skills desperately needed for the Horde's survival. If Garrosh becomes the new Warchief, the Horde may gain some new ground, but in the long run it will be screwed. Its in the Horde's best interest to keep Thrall, no matter how idle he seems at the moment.
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