He swore he has Azeroth's best intentions at heart, and that we can question his means but never his motives. He's the last Black Dragon, therefore I think he's instinctually becoming the Earthwarder, so I do trust him in that respect. Although his means and methods are not going to align with ours, and there I might have a problem with him.
Because he basically sent you in to kill his father. That's the only thing we can go out from. Just because he isn't tainted by the Old Gods doesn't mean that he can't become evil, Garrosh isn't tainted by them and I'm fairly certain he classifies as evil.
In all honesty I do find it hard to trust him too, but legendaries are legendaries.
He has legendary weapons.
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You shouldn't trust him. Doesn't mean you can't work for him.
Vader - Bad
Luke - Not bad
Trust Luke - Yes.
People that think he's evil I don't need to convince you.
But for everyone that thinks he's not such a bad guy...dude, have you looked at his eyes? Bad news bears man.
How often does some crazy kid who just had you off his old man have crazy scary red eyes and turn out to be a good guy?
Because we personally went through huge trouble to purify his egg from the corruption that is afflicting the black dragonflight. He is, in fact, the first PURE black dragon in ages, and the last one at that. He made steps to get rid of all remaining "corrupted" dragons, including his former friends and allies. Technically I believe he might be the last Black Dragon in Azeroth. I think this kinda frees him from the burdens of his father.
If there are reasons to distrust him, they should be rooted in his actions, not in his lineage.
Last edited by namelessone; 2012-12-11 at 03:28 PM.
The night is dark and full of terrors...
The sheer fact that we have people being so asinine as to split hairs over the exact definition of content is a sign that there isn't any worth discussing for non-raiders.
Death is the winner in any war.
He's a black dragon, and he calls deathwing his father, but he isn't the literal song of deathwing. Only Sinestra is known to have survived mating with deathwing, and even then she had to be put back together with magic lmao. Wrathion just calls deathwing his father because for the dragons, father refers to the leader of the flight itself. I'm sure red dragons call Alexstrazsa "mother" even though she probably didn't give birth to all of them.