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5-15-2011 @ 8:08PM
My orcs tend to span all three generations and it tends to fit with the model followed here.My Orc warlock is from the first war generation taught the arts as a youth on draenor drank the blood of Mannoroth basically sustained by magic bag of old bones and green leather. Not really Thrall's horde but since we can't be blackrock orcs what can you do, if you are going to be an old orc you might as well be with other old orcs.My Shaman is 40ish, peon like learned to talk to the elements after Thrall founded Durotar, probably was a grunt or peon during the second war. After the second war ended and Durotar was being founded I figure most Grunts found time to take up other roles same with peons, explore new lands build new towns, learn new skills as you learn more about your new home and allies.My Hunter and Warrior, are just outside the third option. Children of Durotar but old enough to have taken part in the Northrend campaign maybe the Draenor campaign if the horde was still sending troops as a kind of training tour well they built up forces in the north. They aren't fond of Garrosh but aren't the fiercely loyal to Thrall that my Shaman is. They feel about Garrosh how you would feel if you visited your childhood home after some one else has started to live in it. It is familiar as the bigger things are the same the kitchen, the toilet are where they were but the tree that you had a tire swing in now has a tree house and your bedroom was painted a different colour.
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