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3-28-2012 @ 2:22PM
I am afraid that Varian always wanted to follow Anduin Lothar's path subconsciously, to grow into a great warrior and to fall in an epic battle. What kept him from that path was his wife, Bolvar and his son. As Anduin is himself almost a man at last, all of Varian's strings can now be severed. The King would finally seek out Garrosh, the new ultimate orcish nemesis of human kind, for an epic duel, hoping to die in the battle and re-unite with Lothar in heaven.
3-28-2012 @ 7:27PM
To follow along with what Rossi had wrote, sounds more like Varian has done nothing but want to right the wrongs that have been done to him through only vengeance. He's trying to be there to stop something from happening instead of having it happen in front of him, again. With the last encounter being something he was able to hold onto with nothing happening to someone he loves breaking that cycle. Sounds like its helped change his perspective on what he should focus on instead of the aggression.
3-28-2012 @ 10:17PM
What I REALLLLY hope happens to Varian, either after Cataclysm, or after Garrosh is removed from power: I hope he abdicates, and passes power to his son Anduin.It would be a change, a FUNDAMENTAL change in the order of power. He would be the first Alliance king (and arguably, the only ruler in the entire game) to be able to hand over power peacefully since... well, since before the ORIGINAL Warcraft game.It would mark the difference between the alliance and horde for me- the alliance knows when the strong must yield, whereas the Horde's leaders must die by the sword.As for the horde, I"m banking on Baine as leader. He makes perfect sense. He's the way of balance that the Horde will need after Garrosh- power and battle, yes, but with honor and reason.
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