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1-13-2011 @ 3:49AM
@EldoranIf you read the book, Garrosh clearly states he does not want to be warchief, multiple times. He initially rejects Thrall's appointment, and even the brief conversation we saw in game between he and Thrall clearly suggested he was not too pleased to be relegated to pushing paper.It is very clear that Garrosh doesn't enjoy his current position, but remains there out of duty. For the Horde.I'm not sure where you picked up the quote, but it is contextual at best and deceptive at worst. Garrosh may have a vision on what a Warchief should or shouldn't do, just as many people have a vision on what their leaders should and shouldn't do (Read: Voting), but that doesn't mean he wants to be that leader anymore than voters want to be in the position they are voting a representative for. Garrosh is nothing else if not honest, and his honest assessment of himself says he doesn't want to do anything more than lead soldiers into battle, not sent them out to do it while he gets fat in Grommash Hold.Garrosh wants to be the blade that cuts the flesh, not the designer who fashioned the blade.
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