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11-28-2010 @ 7:17PM
Slight spoilers from the shattering in this post:A very well written article again, kudos for that.Going back to the Thrall v garrosh fight, i think it looked like thrall was losing because whilst garrosh was plainly trying to win at all costs, and kill thrall. i think, or rather beleive Thrall was trying not to kill Garrosh, he was holding back. I think if the fight continued un-interupted and thrall was in a position of either killing or be killed he would have taken Garrosh to the cleaners.After all in the Cairne vs Garrosh fight, Cairne was far superior untill the poison was introduced, it was a one sided fight till then and Cairne is not....young in years.Listening to Metzen talk about Thrall, and garrosh in the lore q and a, was very interesting and it looks like theres gonna be a lot of great stuff to come for Thrall. I will be watching with bated breath. and this coming from an Alliance player.
11-28-2010 @ 8:22PM
I really like both the characters of Garrosh and Thrall, and I think changing the warchief is a great dynamic for further character & plot development in the Horde. While I agree that both Cairne & Thrall are powerful characters, Garrosh is a powerful and influential orc and warrior in his own right and to dismiss him as being the winner by circumstance both times is not the right view.I admire the more warlike feel Blizzard have been going with in WotLK and Cataclysm and I think the characters of Thrall and Jaine and Garrosh and Varian Wrynn play well with eachother. I just hope Blizzard doesn't dismiss Garrosh as the leader of the Horde after or during the Cataclysm expansion just because Thrall's storyline calls for it. Bring the war back to Warcraft!(P.S. I am an Orc fanboy and they are clearly the best race in wow.)
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