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3-23-2012 @ 2:23PM
Yes, he deserves to die, both from the standpoint of the fact that he is a colossal evil prick, and from the standpoint that whatever blizz was trying to do to develop his character, they failed pretty miserably. Just kill him and focus on making better lore elsewhere.
3-23-2012 @ 2:40PM
Whether by accident or design, Garrosh is a complicated character. He deserves better than to get Staghelmed...
3-23-2012 @ 3:11PM
Kilik, I like to draw a distinction between "complicated" and "clusterfuck mess."Smeagol/Gollum is a complicated character. He's very evil, but ends up doing a lot of good in Lord of the Rings. Garrosh is just a hot mess of inconsistencies and idiotic meathead boorishness.Granted a lot of wow figures have inconsistencies, but Garry is the worst. Plus, I am loyal to Thrall and Saurfang. I've been looking to get them back in power as soon as thrall abdicated the warchief's throne. If that means ripping the heart out of the bastard that took all the credit for Varok Saurfang's military leadership in Northrend, I'm all for it.
3-23-2012 @ 3:58PM
Sorry I have to agree with Pyro here. I've seen no real development or nuance to his character, just varying degrees of stupid, arrogant and selfish. He ping-pongs between some the different ends of the spectrum of EXTREME. That's about it.
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