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9-21-2009 @ 8:09PM
I really am not a huge fan of Thrall. He venerates those who perpetrated the greatest violence against peaceful Azerothians, and yet he lacks the will to keep his people (like Garrosh) in line. He tries to leverage the clout of the monsters that led the Old Horde, and yet he fails to actually use his own strength to prevent the atrocities of the New Horde (of which he theoretically disapproves). Either he is a machiavellian schemer or a spineless and confused hero-worshiper.I'd much rather see Saurfang as the leader of the Horde. As much as I am a fan of Varian (and sure to be a fan of Greymane, by all indications), Saurfang is nearly the perfect leader. He has demonstrated actual regret for his actions and the actions of his people, and yet he does not succumb to inaction. He seems wise, powerful, and experienced, moreso than Thrall and Garrosh combined. If the anti-Varian crowd actually expects the leader of the Alliance and witness to the atrocities of the New Horde to make yet another attempt at diplomacy, they should work to oust those (Thrall and Garrosh) that have ruined all of Wrynn's previous attempts at peace.
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