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10-05-2011 @ 7:25PM
"Greatmother Geyah... I believe the most influential Orc in history -- influential in that she affected others without directly causing events"I think you're trying too hard to reach here Matthew. "Out-thinking the room" so to speak. I think it's great to do a lore article on Geyah, but to call her the "most influential orc" feels like you are trying to outsmart us. Ner'zhul is by far the most "influential" orc - he quite literally influenced and changed 2 whole planets. If you're looking for a positive force for orc-kind, there is only one orc you can talk about, and that is Thrall.Anyway I was just kind of disappointed that you went there with Geyah as opposed to Ner'Zhul or Gul'Dan or any number of highly important orcs in orc history.
10-05-2011 @ 8:58PM
" -- influential in that she affected others without directly causing events"He did quantify his statement. I would have to agree that she is the most influential without directly causing events orc that either planet has ever seen.Overall influencial? No. Influential over the worlds? No. Influential over history? Nope. Just influencing others without directly causing events.
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