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1-01-2012 @ 8:26PM
As a Thrall fan and having been so since wc3, I was both thrilled at the prospect of Thrall getting some good character development, as well as fearing how the story was taken in the direction it was, as in changing the horde from what it meant to what it was.Thrall himself to changed, and to my horror, people began to go from loving Thrall as there warchief, to hating him as this neutral character. I still love him, but in an odd way I kind of agree with those saying it was pushed to much on one single character as he. I realised, alliance players arn't going to give a crap about Thrall being the big hero in this, and he is meant to be the orc who made the horde what it was, so why was metzen pushing this so hard, instead of finding a more balanced way to telling it.Fact was, Thrall should have not just moved himself away from the horde so completely, this whole thing of him doing all this for azeroth, felt to rushed, when for years all Thrall did was for his people, the horde he made. To much change, and people weren't happy with it. All I hope is that metzen will get over his midlife crisis he was having when that development came in, stop with this bs of Thrall being neutral, kick Garrosh out of the horde and get Thrall back leading them again.
1-02-2012 @ 2:12AM
I see why you're saying that but the whole Thrall being Horde then going neutral then becoming leader of the Horde again thing just seems odd and for the Alliance will feel cheap, I mean Tirion didn't rejoin the Alliance after WotLK
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