Jan 25th 2012 7:58PM The story is an awesome one, and its very emotional. It truly conveys the strength of such an experienced, fate crossed warrior.
It also points out the root failure of brave warriors such as he, especially it seems, the orcs.
If, rather than diving off his dragon to face the portal alone (and what a magnificent job he did!!) he conveyed his plan to his allies... Put in a call for assistance, not only would he have not died alone, the invasion would never have happened in the first place. With support, he could have held that portal closed indefinitely.
His story is heroic and tragic. Why, in orc lore, are you only worthy when you fail by dying, rather than being the biggest, baddest, *alive* hero?
- An Admirer (Alliance)
Oct 25th 2011 3:57PM Here is the issue *I* have.. it isn't that the Horde had X of Y zones.. its that the Horde came here from *somewhere else* and invaded Azeroth. The Alliance has been fighting back, and they now have almost 50% control of their NATIVE LANDS. That is a BAD scenario.
You want equality? How about a counter attack on the Horde homeworld? How much territory does the Alliance control there?
Horde fans: your perspective is lacking. You are an invading force. 50% of the land isn't yours by default.
Feb 26th 2009 2:28PM I think the instance he was refering to is not in Un'Goro, but in Tanaris. There is an alliance side quest that brings you to the gates of Uldum, but you don't have the disks to open the doors. This is where the paltinum disk quests in Uldaman dead end.
Will the doors of Uldum ever open?