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3-22-2012 @ 8:12AM
I couldn't disagree more; personally, I'd love to see more of this."News" is dull when it's just regurgitated announcements from Blizzard. Add some analysis in, it becomes more interesting. Stuff like data mining takes that one step further. And stuff like this, speculation based what information we have, is why I come to WoWInsider. Sometimes the speculation is right, sometimes it's wrong, but the reasoning behind it really gives some insight onto why Blizzard might do things a certain way, or why they may not.In this specific case, I really hope Matt's right; if Garrosh is going to be corrupted, I'd really rather it be simply his flawed character succumbing to his inherent flaws in the traditional sense of a tragic hero, rather than yet another example of good guy meets demon/old god/magic and becomes a bad guy.Good stuff, Matt; and please, keep it coming.
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