Sep 28th 2011 7:42PM Most influential orc... Grom Hellscream, no question.
Sep 22nd 2011 2:47AM Neat armor, but when I saw the helmet I was like "It's Mimiron's Head 2.0! I can say my other flying mount is a ret pally!"
Sep 20th 2011 5:49PM Personally, I think this is swanky, but not worthy of the Dark Knight at all. Batman isn't an assassin or a killer. The worse he'd do is pummel Garrosh or break his legs. XD
Sep 19th 2011 12:22AM My orc character is Bagudash Bloodhowl from Sentinels. A veteran from the second and third wars, a member of the Warsong Clan through and through. A veteran that fought alongside Grom in the raids across countless venues; never a terribly important orc, just a grunt of exceptional prowess.
But Bagudash saw terrible things. He -did- terrible things. He slaughtered helpless women and children with his blades, he helped his chieftain slay one of the wisest beings Azeroth has ever known.
And worse? He took part in a ritual that almost damned himself as much as it damned his own race.
And to see Garrosh, the son of his Chieftain, possessing all his father's strengths before him without all of Grom's lessons and cunning...? He IS like his father all over again, indeed.
My orc character feels that unless Garrosh learns some important lessons on what true glory and honor are, he will start to take the Horde to a dark place. A place that Saurfang himself wouldn't dare go back to. And he'll be damned before he lets a stupid boy run the Horde into that position again.
The Dragonmaw he still feels must prove they truly have given up the old ways; unlike the new generation so willing to stand behind Garrosh, Bagudash hasn't forgotten what his race has done in the last few decades.
Sep 10th 2011 4:39PM I am by no means defending pervs and pedophiles when I say this, but as a man of faith I must bring this forward.. Jesus Christ said in John 8:7 the following:
"Let he that is without sin cast the first stone"
Now if anyone has done research on the subject of the Bible you would know the pharisees were doing this to test Christ to see if he was a liberal as far as sexual offenses. And yet, to their astonishment, Jesus did not condemn the prostitute they had brought forward. It wasn't because Christ approved of her activities; he didn't. The reason he not only didn't punish her but let her go was because the Pharisees and those calling for her judgement in that regard were hypocrites; lepers condemning an AIDS bearer it could be said.
Perhaps yes I am necroing this posting, some of you may ignore what I say and go ahead to accuse me of "coddling pervs and pedos" anyway. You may do as you like even though you are incredibly hypocritical and short-sighted for doing so.
We all have the skeletons in our closet, all have sins they have commited in shame or try to hide, and we all have our crosses to bear.
As has been stated, it is very easy to get on that list for things that aren't even truly sexual offenses such as public urination (which actually belongs in indecent exposure); it is done by lazy politicians who only have their self-interest at heart and want to pass X bill by X time to get reelected and don't care how many lives are ruined to consolidate power.
I ask, those who would wish to chase some of these offenders out of town, who are YOU to pass judgement when you may well have done similar rotten things. Do they have a national robbing offenders list? A national swearing list? A national heckler's list?
Some of these men truly are monsters, and some aren't. Look upon their individual merits before you make any calls.
For parents; yes, your fear and your anger is totally understandable, but not necessarily rational; love isn't always rational.
These men have done their time, paid for their crimes; we have no right to cast them out like lepers just because it will make us feel better about ourselves or the wrongs we've done. Some are truly the boogeymen the media would have you believe they are, others are just fools and idiots that made mistakes in youth or while intoxicated.
So while I do not approve of what these men have done, it is not my place to pass judgement on those who have already faced justice in the courts. The lack of approval is not the same as wishing such offenders to burn in effigy.
The list as it stands is far too broad and for those whose offenses were done out of foolishness or unwittingly to face constant humiliation and judgement by total strangers who know NOTHING, it reflects poorly on our society. Whatever happened to "America the Free"?
Sep 6th 2011 8:59AM If I were in the position of this guild leader, I would wholeheartedly agree with what is suggested here by Lisa and Robin: assert your position! This brat (and let's make no mistake, that's what he is) will continue to think he can do whatever he wants if you let him think it. As for Negative Nancy? Raids wipe, too bad so sad; if he doesn't like it that much he should find a new raid group that "Does it right" by his criteria instead of staying and whining and moaning. Ever been to a party with hecklers involved that weren't removed? it's not fun. Then again, I'm assuming that these problems are an easy fix although they aren't. That being said though, I would at least suggest putting the teenage brat in his place; if he's going to behave like a kid, treat him like one.
Jul 8th 2010 7:06PM STOP PICKING ON US. Q_Q I live in south Jersey and as far as I'm concerned the buffoons they put on MTV do not represent my state or the people in it.
NJ: we don't fistpump, we MIDDLE-FINGER pump, although on occasion you'll find somebody nice that waves (like me).
Mays Landing FTW
Oct 6th 2009 8:39AM Like father, like son.
Garrosh is making the same mistakes his father made so many years ago in game when he drank Mannoroth's blood.
This bloodlusting part of Garrosh was always there, all that Thrall did was provide the spark. It's like we're watching Grom Hellscream, act II.
Garrosh's weakness is his desire for power, and this is going to hurt the Horde because he lacks the control and restraint Thrall has.
Apr 14th 2009 2:54AM Well, considering they essentially reasoned in the fashion of "the Horde's killing seals, let's kill them", what did you expect the reaction to be? Candy and lollipops?
Besides, when -is- PETA ever satisfied?
A protest, inside of a video game? While the concept seems ingenuitive, PETA's actions did not truly accomplish anything signifigant other then draw attention to themselves without them really ever having to explain how their position will truly help anyone. It's all done for distraction so they do not need to truly argue their point or persuade their target audience to back them. After all, what have they to fear of opposition when they can demonize them for wanting to "hurt the adorable little seals" or "kill the cute and cuddly sea-kittens". We also call these creatures "fish"; a little change in wording, and suddenly they sound -appealing-.
Really now... when does something that is cold-blooded, lives in the water, stinks of ammonia and scaly sound likable at all for most?