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3-23-2012 @ 2:21PM
I have no personal beef with Garrosh, he seems out of place though as warchief, not enough knowledge and too much raw anger.Here is how i see if going down.Garrosh gets into to many fights, like Vol'jin said he would starts getting way to much preasure from the alliance, he gets dupped by the shadow council into believing they want to help him but all the while they are fooling him into make some very bad choices and without knowing he is making deals with demons or a pit lord. When pressed to far he falls back to RFK and thats where the battle to take him down goes into effect. When pressed to full battle he turns to the Demon/Pit Lord for help and drinks the blood to become fully corrupted again, we battle him and beat him down along with his demon friend, the demon dies and his mind clears, he realizes what he did was wrong and leaves azeroth for outlands to live out his days as an outcast.
3-23-2012 @ 2:30PM
And I want Saurfang to be Warchief rather than get Thrall back.And yes, my post is gramatically messed up :-)
3-23-2012 @ 2:57PM
As an Alliance player I really hope Thrall doesn't come back as WC either. One good thing about Garrosh is he made faction-hate a lot easier. I do see Thrall as more of a world character than a Horde one. I don't want to fight him anymore, it's pointless. Well it all is but almost any other leader is an enemy I can respect (except Sylvanas).
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