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3-23-2012 @ 2:14PM
YES HE DESERVES TO DIE AND I HOPE HE BURNS IN HELL.- Zamual Jak'sun, campain manager for the election of Abesik Kamphire.
3-23-2012 @ 10:32PM
3-24-2012 @ 12:38AM
@ Killik - agreed. In other posts I've said as much. It doesn't mean that I can't dislike him immensely and think that he's been horrible for Horde and Alliance alike. So I'm excited to "take him down." I'd also prefer to see him humiliated than dead, frankly. I'll be fine with either. :)The kidnapping of children part is found in Wolfheart and is a pretty central spoiler. Many would say that the "babies" in question are monster-offspring so they don't count but then, we've heard the same thing about Orcs and Trolls eh? They are sentient beings and yes, we as players fight and kill them. Big difference between that and what Garrosh did.
3-24-2012 @ 12:48AM
WHOW... how the hades did this post get HERE?! ARGH!!! I hadn't miss-posted since I've been back. Dangit. There goes my record. XD Down-vote please. XD
3-24-2012 @ 7:25AM
@Dreyja Aha, *those* guys! Yeah, that's not a high point. I admit I haven't read the novel in question. I suppose you could argue that, hey, it's not like they're Elf or Human babies and, well, we generally kill *the guys in question* on sight... But that doesn't really make it right.I'm quite excited to fight Garrosh too - he is an appalling Warchief. I've also quite liked him playing Warchief as 'your horrible boss'. It just seems a bit cheap though if everybody we fight has to turn full foaming-at-the-mouth evil.In other news, I've found that reading WoW novels and short stories often diminishes my enjoyment of the game, as it reveals how thinly-written some characters really are.
3-26-2012 @ 10:46PM
Thank god someone said this. I'd gone through two pages of comments, and i was getting worried it wasn't going to happen!
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