Ok. So we know that by the end of mists of pandaria, Garrosh will be the final encounter, that he's gone down the same road Illidan and Arthas has and will be the big evil we take down at the end, either though death (please dear god let it be so) or by him being snatched away by the legion or escaping or whatever, but either way, Garrosh don't be the warchief after mists.
Thats all well a good, but what I want to know is, as the developers have rebuilt the game in cataclysm as we know it, with Garrosh as warchief and the zones, questing and areas shaped around this change, and orgrimmar most importantly being themed around Garrosh being the warchief, what exactly is meant to happen after mists when we get rid of him finally?
Will Blizzard rework orgrimmar to suit whoever the next warchief will be? Thats not beyond possibility, but then what about so many quests and zones themed around Garrosh being the current ruler, if he isn't there anymore. Despite how much I hate Garrosh, his presence is all over the place even if he isn't, so many quests and themed around him being the ruler of the horde.
And how will it make sense with him gone and someone else being in charge, if you get told by someone like Nazgrim 'we do this because Garrosh told us so', when Garrosh isn't meant to be there.
I remember the devs saying they do not intend to rework azeorth again, that the current state its in with its deathwing-did-a-crap-on-it state, that its going to stay like that, also so many quests related to Garrosh still being in charge, when after mists he won't?
Is this going to yet be another case of the awful inconsistent story left with the devs not doing enough to patch things up once more?