Aug 8th 2011 1:43AM "En route to Kul Tiras and Kezan respectively, the Alliance and Horde come across a mysterious island, the likes of which has never been seen before in Azeroth's history. Even stranger are the island's inhabitants -- the reclusive pandaren"
This part of your theory cannot be right. If they retreated to an island at a time before the sundering, they wouldn't really travel towards the center of the vast continent that existed? at that time, the only reasonable way to travel to an island (given that they seem to have had connections with the Kaldorei, and a probable kinship with the Fulborg (?), would be west from what is now known as Kalimdor. This would put Pandaria somewhere in the Veiled Sea, or even the Forbidding Sea. Nowhere near neither Kul Tiras or Kezan.
Other than that, as usual, the article sparks a tingling feeling about what is to come. Thanks!
/Tkocz, Sin'fallah né Sin'dorei.
Jun 13th 2011 6:19AM @Eldoron
"First, don't look at lore as if it was the Bible. It was written by humans, stitched together, several things were added years and years later just to fulfill a goal. Don't examine it like a perfect thing, because it's far from that. In that sense, it contains several illogical things which were only recognized as logical because the writers said so.
So... You mean; look at it EXACTLY like as if it were the bible then? ^^
Dec 8th 2010 1:29AM Me want it!
Dec 5th 2010 12:22PM @Rufio.
Since you got uprated I guess I'll clarify. this is only my own speculations.
It would however, be awesome if someone at Blizzard confirmed this.
Dec 4th 2010 7:54PM Since it's never mentioned, at all, it's safe to assume there's a reason. It's well known that Grom was one slightly insane orc, and also unusually slim in build. Consider this, in combination with Garrosh's appearance as a HUGE orc. it is safe to assume that it's not artificial steroids in game here. My hypothesis is this:
Grom did one late night, on a whim, or possibly a dare, court a female Gronn. Garrosh is proof that Grom did unspoken deeds of both bravery and madness.