Garrosh Hellscream - the last boss of MoP.
He turn against the Horde and become the final boss of MoP, as we know now.
Any information, what he do that the Horde turns aganist him?
Well he's managed to kill Caine, He tried to get Vol'jin assassinated. He's completely pissed off Lor'themar with the whole Dalaran event. Sylvanas blatantly doesn't like him.
And hes a top class dickhead.
from wowwiki, After surviving an assassination attempt by one of Hellscream's Kor'kron, Vol'jin has gone into hiding, while rallying support within the Horde itself to end Garrosh's reign.
Well, for starters he is going batshit crazy. He is trying to use the sha for his own gain. Things like that. He is pretty much doing bad and evil things for power, which he thinks the horde wants. The horde does not want to gain power this way, and they turn against him and his most loyal companions.
"When you want to succeed as bad as you want to breathe, then you'll be successful"
He's a warlike douche, and he's destroying everything the horde society accomplished nowadays. The horde designed by Thrall are peoples who wants to be free in Azeroth, and to live in peace, garrosh wants to dominate Azeroth and is ready to enter a war with everyone who don't agree with him.
It's a massive régression : the horde, which was on the way to become a peaceful and unified community is dispersing cause of Garrosh, responsible of the internal conflicts between orcs & trolls / orcs & blood elves.
We've been told that patch 5.3 will not be a raid tier. If it's another patch in the vein of 5.1, in will in all likelyhood contain a lot of story related material that will move events towards the Siege of Orgrimmar in the final patch.
So we may not know exactly what Garrosh will do to turn much of the Horde against him, but there's a good chance that 5.3 is when we'll see it.
My theory is that it will include seizing control of a mogu machine and flesh-shaping tech for some kind of war plot, though I'm not sure what about that would finally tip the scales against him. I think it would be awesome, personally.
Yeah, 5.3 should set the rebellion up properly. I imagine Vol'jin will make his return and approach the Horde leaders he can trust.
Maybe that's when Garrosh will start forcing Horde soldiers to quart down sha energy, which should be a massive red light for any grunt with half a brain.
Would be fun if we could side with Garrosh, protecting him against waves of Rebel and Alliance filth.
Garrosh thinks he can control the Sha and I think everyone can imagine what will happen when he gets infected by a Sha.
Anyway, at some point, all but the most deluded Horde soldiers will apparently come to the conclusion that Garrosh is doing more harm than good and that the Horde has to get rid of him if it's going to survive. Therefore, it's generally safe to assume the AFGNAACP Horde Player Character is among the revolutionaries (it's actually implied as early as 5.1 that the Horde Player Character joins Vol'jin's underground, but puts on a facade of loyalty to Garrosh to do what they can to mitigate the damage he's doing).
He has both the Alliance and most of the Horde hating him now, because he pretty much screwed over the Sunreavers, betrayed Vol'jin, killed Cairne (accidentally, but nontheless), and Sylvanas - heck, she doesn't like ANYBODY. And because he's now experimenting with Sha energy, that'll make the incredibly forgiving Pandaren hate him as well.
Trees don't flinch.
In general? His war and his behaviour is destroying the Horde.
He is sacrificing his 'allies' all the time because they are untermenschen compared to his Orcs.
Tauren: He killed their leader.
Trolls: He tried to kill their leader and took over their hometown.
Forsaken: He threatened their leader and used them as frontline-meat.
Blood Elves: He used them as frontline-meat too, to the point where they almost joined the Alliance.
Goblins: No info on that, but he will probably refuse to pay them
Orcs: He is trying to "upgrade" them with the Sha-power, after all the Burning Legion-crap they aren't happy with that.
If you truly believe that, Blizzard, show me you mean it. Because WoD didn't show me.As long as players are happy and enjoy the game, the team doesn't mind extreme peaks and valleys. They just want to ensure you have a great experience and feel like you got your money's worth.
What the tauren should have issues with Garrosh over are how Garrosh sat idly by when Magatha launched a bloody coup after Cairne's death (he literally did nothing but sent her a mean letter), forcing Baine to go to Jaina who, while at the time was very much a moderate, was also ostensibly Alliance and thus technically an enemy, then turns around and expects Baine to help him with every military operation the orcs engage in without fail, and the events that transpired in Baine's leader short story: he heavily taxes the tauren's water supply, overrules Baine's sovereignty in Mulgore and refuses to let Baine address the quillboar situation in his own way (and Baine's solution ultimately ends up solving the problem anyway), and nearly gets himself killed by underestimating the quillboar and has to get his ass pulled out of the fire by Baine and a squad of elite Sunwalkers.
If Gamon isn't a boss in this raid, I will be displeased.
It remains to be seen what kind of Power up Garrosh will receive aside from the Sha, but the most interesting thing will be to see who sides with him in the end.
He who sees his own doom can better avoid its path. He who sees the doom of others can deliver it.
What he's done so far:
1. Mana bombing Theramore. While most of the Horde cheered, the tauren and darkspear, or at least their leaders Baine and Vol'jin, did not like this. Baine has even told Garrosh that he will not tolerate another Theramore.
2. Enslaving molten giants, an act that could apparently potentially cause another cataclysm. Though this is more angering the Earthen Ring than the horde.
3. Using the Kor'kron as secret police to murder and harm his own people who speak against him.
4. Trying to assassinate Vol'jin. Though I'm not sure how this played out, if the kor'kron tried to assassinate him BECAUSE he spoke out against using the dark mogu magics, or if they were going to try and kill him anyway. Either way, they tried to assassinate Vol'jin and they put the Echo Isles under martial law.
5. Garrosh used the blood elves as fodder, his hasteful and reckless pushes into mogu ruins costing MANY blood elven lives. This nearly caused the blood elves to rejoin the Alliance, and only the Purge of Dalaran prevented this. Oddly enough they blame Garrosh as much as Jaina for that as well.
6. Using the Divine Bell to try and harness the power of the Sha. While the orcs with him didn't seem to mind this, even with their fellows being transformed into sha monsters, I'm sure many in the Horde don't like it.
And that's only what Garrosh has done SO FAR. I suspect 5.3 will see the revolution start to really unfold.
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