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9-23-2010 @ 5:40AM
Why is it that when a person or character in lore does the right thing, for the wrong reasons they're herald as a Hero?However, when a person or character does the wrong thing, for the right reason, they suddenly become a pariah?Both Ogrim and Grom were facing the extinction of their people, be that by genocide or starvation. Both made poor decisions that in the end served their purpose, the survival of the Orcs. There's a reason why Grom is still known as The Redeemer.What most people tend to overlook is that even for their noble and shamanistic tendencies, most Orcs by nature and nurture of their clans, are prideful warriors. This is what led them to the poor decisions they made. It's easy to love Thrall, but don't forget, he was raised by Humans. Not that all humans are perfect...
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