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10-09-2009 @ 9:13AM
Do it. He's the worst part of the Horde.Yes. Worse than the Night Elves who rerolled Blood Elf to look even prettier.
10-09-2009 @ 9:50AM
See, I disagree...I love Garrosh. I want him as leader of the Horde.I wish they'd do something cool like let us choose the leader of the Horde - Thrall or Garrosh - a max level (80, 85, etc.) quest where you can vote for one or the other only once.I guess that sounds a little more...Alliance...but I wish we could have some kind of say, being members of the Horde too. And maybe with some sort of benefit for one or the other - Thrall promises a faction-wide buff...Garrosh promises, uh...I don't know. 50% off all vendors in Org? No, that's lame. I just think it would be cool.
10-09-2009 @ 12:52PM
I'm with you JPN. I'm going back to horde if Garrosh becomes leader. He's not a peace pansy like Thrall. World of WARcraft, not World of LOVEcraft. Let's get some war, angst, rivalries, and drama up in this game....dawg?I would be happy to see the horde split in 2. A thrall faction, and a rebel faction led by Garrosh. It would spice up the game, because right now it is starting to become wayyy to predictable for me.*braces for the downvotes for having differing opinion*
10-09-2009 @ 1:31PM
I also disagree. Lately I've becoming more and more into the idea of Garrosh causing a 4th war (correct number?) I mean as much as I love thrall You gotta admit an actual war storyline in WoW could be kind of interesting.But mainly I disagree because Blood Elves are the worst part of the horde and always will be until we get...dryads or something like that.
10-09-2009 @ 3:36PM
@ EZPh'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn
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