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3-29-2012 @ 4:51PM
I understand from Garrosh's words that, i don't think it's "debt", as in owing money to Orgrimmar. I think it's more like the "war effort special taxes" they failed to pay (it's not as if Orgrimmar, per se, it's wealthy... you can see it in their social structure: the productive class, the peons, are basically slaves.
3-29-2012 @ 5:02PM
It's their part of Garrosh's Orgrimmar mortgage payment... all that metal must've cost him a bomb. He should just ignore the metalworkers/builders and refuse to pay them... cos that never ends badly :P
3-29-2012 @ 6:25PM
The cutscene text clearly states "debt," though. That's proof enough for me.
3-29-2012 @ 7:16PM
@RetPallyJilAs I said above in response to your own comment, the problem is Jil, we have no reason to believe anyone else in the Horde has any reason to owe Orgrimmar any money at all.If Orgrimmar has no money to -lend- in the first place (and remember, this was a plot point in the Shattering) nobody is going to end up in debt to them unless Garrosh just arbitrarily decides "your contribution to our war with the Alliance is [X percentage] less than my people's own. You'll make it up with gold."
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