With everything we see Garrosh's horde do day in, and day out we understand he will be the final boss of the expansion. Now how would these things be viewed if we were not told he was the final boss? Why would Blizzard "spoil" their own expansion? Was it to keep Horde players who didn't agree with the Warchief with the Horde, since they would take their revenge?
There are many questions to be asked, but I was curious if Garrosh was NOT going to be the final boss for Mists of Pandaria, would this affect how you viewed him?
Edit: For me, I would not view him as the villain he will soon be, and I guess I would be more interested in how Blizzard is writing the new Horde. This could potentially be why they said he would be the end boss?
I don't recall Blizzard saying whether he was the final boss or not. They have said that we will remove him as the Horde Warchief in SoO and that SoS is the final content patch of MoP. Anything else is just player speculation.
---------- Post added 2013-02-16 at 03:07 PM ----------
Originally Posted by mistuhbull
The general idea with Garrosh not being the final boss is that there is some kind of force corrupting him (I've heard: Sha, Demon, Dragon, Old God). In which case he would be the second to last boss.
If it's saying he wouldn't be a boss at all? I don't think as many people would be calling him a monster or "war criminal". He'd still be a major douchebag, but I don't think there would be as much vitriol because he isn't a villain then
I don't think he is being controlled or corrupted by anything. I think all of his emotions are being empowered by the Sha making him more powerful and more dangerous just by being on Pandaria. I do believe hi is the final boss of SoO and that we will not be killing a Sha in Org. I think they are tied to Pandaria because of Y'shaarj.
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Originally Posted by Hardstyler01
Yeah, what if... Garrosh is simply possessed and some kind of Sha or other being is pulling the strings? That would sort of make Garrosh NOT the final boss.
I could totally see it happening.
Except Blizz has already said he is not corrupted/possessed.