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10-27-2009 @ 11:27AM
Better keep your enemies close, (and make them allies!). A very smart move. If Garrosh kills Cairne, I'm going worgendruid. 'Nuff said.
10-27-2009 @ 12:05PM
Yeah, I said /wowquit in haste but, after thinking about it for a bit... I won't quit WoW if Garrosh kills Cairne; I'll simply delete all my Horde toons and never look back.I sympathize with both factions and wish we didn't always have to fight, but when FORCED to pick a side, I've always gone Horde. But I swear I'll play Allies and ONLY Allies if Cairn manages to get killed by one of our own! >:(
10-27-2009 @ 12:55PM
@ SwifteyeI don't see Cairne's disappearence being black and white. If he dies, I wouldn't expect it to be a "Hmm.... how do I get rid of him" thing from Garrosh like most people are crying (not QQing, but yelling about). I have a feeling it's going to be more of a "grey" area situation and one that will make perfect sense. Perhaps, if the image they showed at blizzcon is any indication that he'll be out and about, that Cairne dies during the Cataclysm chaos while trying to rescue his people. Or, maybe the Shattered Hand orcs (Orc/Troll rogues know who I'm talkin' about) finally try an assassination attempt on Thrall but Cairne takes the hit instead. I just can't see them going with the "I R Garrosh, I kill u" method.
10-27-2009 @ 2:19PM
There's has been talk that Cairne and Thrall will end up wandering together after the massive land destruction, this kind of goes along with that.
10-27-2009 @ 6:49PM
/hugs Swifteye. :( We'll welcome you with open arms and I'll happily help you kill Garrosh as many times as you want. I don't get why we have to fight either. In one way, the devs will be accomplishing the war in warcraft thing for me if they off Cairne. So, from a game perspective some would say that's a win. :(I wish that Thrall and Cairne would do the "wandering" thing but given that the bad rumor happened along with all the other cataclysm rumors that proved true, I'm not hopeful. :(
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