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10-23-2009 @ 6:36PM
Oh look guys, a Mary Sue! It's like it came from some overly promoted, horrible fan ficti- oh wait...
10-23-2009 @ 6:50PM
A Mary Sue? Where? I don't see Thrall anywhere. He's been the Warcraft Mary Sue since WC3.
10-23-2009 @ 7:38PM
I t hought Rhonin was the resident Mary Sue.Though this Med'an guy qualifies. WTF were they thinking with him?
10-23-2009 @ 7:52PM
He hasn't done enough to be a Mary Sue yet. All stacked up to be one once he decides to *use* all those powers, quite possibly. But skilled writing and... *points at Jolee Bindo comment* some creative Destiny, and it might turn out just fine.
10-24-2009 @ 4:21AM
Thrall isn't so much a Mary Sue because he has an interesting backstory and has clear character faults - more so now his leadership is being challenged. People just think hes classed as a Sue is because he's one of the closest things Warcraft has to a Messiah figure and his fanboys (myself included) think hes a million shades of awesome.Rhonin, while a clear Sue, I never found overpowered so much as cliched and boring. Knaak's obsession with him was inane, but I find Rhonin's been toned down since he's been put in-game.
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