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7-04-2010 @ 6:07AM
This is entirely speculation, but, I think the answer is in the article. Thrall is a good, level-headed, calm, intelligent being... so he can come to reasonable conclusions and act carefully. This isn't the best way though to change the minds of Orcs. I think Thrall may recognize that he's done as much as he could do by carving out a new home, freedom and security for the Orcs. Now that the Orcs are established as a power and have decent relations with the rest of the races, they need a strong, charismatic leader that they can rally behind. Thrall isn't that Orc, however, like it or not, Garrosh could be. He certainly brooks no insubordination, has a very 'lively' personality and strongly outspoken opinions.The greatest test of a leader is being able to step down when they are no longer effective, and I think Thrall may have realized that the Orcs need a different kind of leader now.
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