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4-15-2011 @ 10:20AM
The thing is though, for the vast majority of the horde? The every day grunts and so forth? For the orc/tauren/troll/belf/undead on the street, Garrosh has been a better leader than Thrall. Under Garrosh they're no longer starving, their capital city is no longer a collection of mud huts and slums, he's managed to put a stop or at least a stalemate to unchecked alliance aggression, he's actively cleaning out those with old horde-ish tendencies and others seeking to corrupt the horde when he manages to come across them, he's seen them through the worst of the cataclysm and in some cases allowed them to prosper. Warsong Gulch has finally been won and forestry is underway. He's also returned a sense of pride to the horde. Going 'Ew, he's grumpy and violent and warlike' isn't really a valid argument when the southern barrens is being invaded and he's still fighting the dudes who set a god on his father a decade ago. Thrall left him in charge because he realised the horde needed someone violent and grumpy and warlike without being evil about it to see them through the trials ahead and Garrosh has been doing a pretty good job of it.
4-15-2011 @ 1:43PM
They never starved under Thrall O_o
4-15-2011 @ 5:01PM
Yes. Now Orgrimmar is a collection of saronite-built slums.That is going to be so, SO helpful.
4-15-2011 @ 6:34PM
You have SEEN the Goblin zone, right? Uhm... Looks a lot like a slum to me. Not to mention that the city now looks like something out of the a Burning Legion wet-dream.
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