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12-09-2009 @ 9:27AM
I think it has to do with the general plight of the horde as a whole. I mean, if you look at what has happened to the leaders you can't help but be sympathetic towards them. Another biggie for my lack of, er well, pride for the Alliance is Varian is a leader too ruled by his emotions. His hatred for the Horde may be justified, but when one has a common enemy (who in this case can turn whoever dies back into something that will kill you), it is childish that he can't control his feelings long enough to see the advantage the Horde warriors would be to destroying the common enemy.
12-09-2009 @ 9:35AM
Sadly though, Garrosh is doing the same thing on the Horde side... and I'm not that impressed if they're planning to axe Thrall out of the position he rightfully has and put Garrosh as leader.One of the best things I saw was at AC Tournament where Thrall is warning Garrosh to behave and while I was impressed with how Thrall was attempting to be diplomatic I was severely displeased on Garrosh's responses.
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