WoW Humans: yes, but that doesn't mean WoW humans are weaklings, just look at knights and footmans they are no pushovers...
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pfft Varian doesn't even talent into Second Wind
Back to topic: Broxigar as some others have stated imo
Yeah even I'll admit it goes Broxigar > Varian > almost every orc veteran > Admiral Taylor > Nazgrim > Garrosh
Last edited by Dybia; 2013-01-29 at 10:20 PM.
Brox was a veteran of the First, Second, and Third Wars — well-known among his people for his heroic actions in helping to hold a vital mountain pass against hordes of demons during the Third War. Of all of his comrades, Brox was the only one left alive when orcish reinforcements finally arrived on the battlefield. Though he was greatly honored by his people, Brox never forgave himself for his "cowardice" in surviving while all of his comrades died a noble, glorious death.
The only one left standing, a true beast.
"I hated hating Garrosh before it was cool."
FOR THE HORDE!!!
Thing is though, a human wouldnt go 1v1 against an orc. Orcs = about 2 humans in strength.
But yeah Broxigar is probably the most powerful warrior.
Also why the hell are people fanboying over sides like it matters? You arent emotionally attatched to the fictional alliance or the horde, you dont need to argue for their pride, just argue based on which hero's are the strongest.
Last edited by Tommo; 2013-01-29 at 10:31 PM.
Yeah, Garrosh IS the strongest Orc, but that just shows how crappy the choices are. A lot of these "great" orc Warriors are dead, and some are old like Saurfang and Eitrigg... I suppose Malkorok can be a cool #2... In contrast, Alliance seems to have better, living warriors right now, like Varian, Genn and Muradin.
2) Duel with Thrall, which was postponed, but he DID stand his ground agains one of the most powerfull characters in WoW, he was standing on even ground.
3) Duels with Varian, same as above
You can say Varian has more in his "victims" book, I agree, but Blizzard wasn't nice enough to make a novel about Garrosh or anything like that, so he didn't really have a lot of chances. What can be said for sure is that he didn't lose anything. And thats something.
He IS a great fighter, he DOES fight, and he wields a BADASS weapon, capable of destroying Mannoroths spear and armor with one strike. Thats something.
Broxigar- Had a super weapon and wounded a titan, also survived the first, second, and third wars.
Varian- Was blessed by an ancient, has two super weapons.... yet to do anything that comes close to wounding a titan...
Truly an enlightened individual.