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    Garrosh is brilliant **SPOILERS**

    I don't understand why the Horde players are even "disgusted" Garrosh supposedly kills Anduin, because that right there, is genius on Garrosh's part. In a real life war, killing or threatening the enemy leader's kin can secure a total victory, so I see nothing wrong here.

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    Yes, Garrosh, the mighty child murderer.


    I guess his next act will be to set the Stormwind Orphanage on fire for the glory of the horde? I'm an Alliance player, but I used to actually like the Horde. With this act, Garrosh has pretty much thrown the Horde back to the Old days. All they need to do is drink a big ol' mug of demon juice and it'll be as if Gul'dan was in charge again.
    Last edited by Krunk; 2012-10-13 at 02:28 AM.

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    Is it true that Vol'jin dies too? O_o

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealDavidTwo View Post
    Is it true that Vol'jin dies too? O_o
    If Vol'jin dies i will swap faction back to alliance!!!1

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    If Garrosh strikes him down he shall become more powerful than Garrosh could possibly imagine. Calling it now.
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    Should change the title and add spoiler tag.

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    It's a spoiler, don't talk about it so freely. Use spoiler tags and change the title.

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    This thread needs to have its title changed, and you need to learn to use spoiler tags. Seriously.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Salandrin View Post
    I don't understand why the Horde players are even "disgusted" Garrosh supposedly kills Anduin, because that right there, is genius on Garrosh's part. In a real life war, killing or threatening the enemy leader's kin can secure a total victory, so I see nothing wrong here.

    Discuss

    Can't discuss anything with someone that thinks child murder is okay. You're obviously posting to provoke and little else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rickmagnus View Post
    If Garrosh strikes him down he shall become more powerful than Garrosh could possibly imagine. Calling it now.
    Yeah there is no way possible that Anduin is dead in 5.1. Theres still so much to do with him. From the Achievement "Two Princes", to Velen's vision, to all the story of Anduin that is being built up in 5.0 and a little in Cata. Simply isn't happening.
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    Change the freaking title...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salandrin View Post
    I don't understand why the Horde players are even "disgusted" Garrosh supposedly kills Anduin, because that right there, is genius on Garrosh's part. In a real life war, killing or threatening the enemy leader's kin can secure a total victory, so I see nothing wrong here.

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    You do realize that most civil nations recognize, at least publicly, that the assassination of foreign leaders is an illegal act. Generally they are viewed as "non-combatants."

    That being said how do you think most civil nations (and intelligent people) would react to the cold-blooded murder of a "child." Especially one who not only didn't take up arms against the Horde but actually worked to bridge the two factions?

    I mean it's not like Garrosh killed a great general in the heat of some mass battle. He, for all intent, killed a peace-loving "child" who is only guilty of being related to the King of Stormwind.

    Based on that knowledge I guess you would consider it OK to murder anyone, regardless of age or action, just because of who they're related too?

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    I'm going to keep my hatred of Kosak/Metzen out of this thread.

    If anyone thinks killing a minor is brave, they need to get their head examined. This is what will drive the Horde to rebel against Garrosh. This. Is. A. War. Crime.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krunk View Post
    Yes, Garrosh, the mighty child murderer.


    I guess his next act will be to set the Stormwind Orphanage on fire for the glory of the horde?
    Janna was not opposed to nuking Org even with the orphanage.

    Also Anduin was for the war against the horde after Theramore.

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    thanks for the title.

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    It's not a spoilers, because it's not confirmed yet.

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    From a story perspective it makes a lot of sense. It puts the focus more on stakes and shows a departure from the idea that a pact could exist. If someone of an enemy faction who is aiming for peace is murdered as an act of war, naturally peace will become less likely.

    Of course the act is cruel and horrendous but that's no doubt the point, to show Garrosh's transition from simply being a hard-fisted warchieft to something far more corrupt.

    If that is what happens I'd be okay with it. Anduin was a blank slate before Cataclysm and the Twilight Highlands quest was just a formality, if he was only characterised to up the stakes when he dies than that's acceptable to me.

    Stakes are something this story has been lacking because ultimately there's no reason we can't clean up the sha then leave before things get worse (which they seem eager to keep foreshadowing but not build to in the launch of the game.

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    Not buying the Anduin death til I see it with my own eyes methinks there is some sort of deception involved.

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    Don't know if this is true or not, neither support it nor condemn it, but if you willingly step foot on the battlefield (as Anduin did) you are no longer a child you are a soldier and are a legitimate target and risk being killed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Salandrin View Post
    It's not a spoilers, because it's not confirmed yet.
    Change it to POSSIBLE SPOILER then.

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