I would really take his advice to heart and read the books. You would learn something.
It was an okay representation of Thrall's inner conflicts. Regardless of your feelings over whether there was too much Thrall in Cata, it showed a lot of complexity in his character that people take for granted, and yet call him a terrible character despite that. It's kinda stupid. Average players would make terrible writers.
Last edited by steele miller; 2013-02-22 at 10:01 AM.
Note that each of the Sha in the Tranquil Master achievement can somewhat reasonably have a tie to Garrosh at some point in his journey:
He has a desire for violence that is drawn from his aggression in Northrend. Then suddenly, Wild Deathwing Appears! And Thrall hands the reins of the Horde to Garrosh. Garrosh initially doubts that he has what is needed, which turns into despair at the tactics of the Forsaken in both Gilneas and Hillsbrad. Garrosh hates what happened to his father, and he tries desperately to live up to the ideals of Thrall.
However, without guidance, he turns to violence in order to solve the Theramore problem. This fans the flames of anger on both sides, leading to the discovery of Pandaria.
If there is a tie to Y'shaarj with the Sha, it is theoretically possible that Garrosh is suffering from a similar "fall from grace" to Arthas' transition into a Death Knight, then the Lich King. Which isn't to say that it's ham-handed at best, but it offers a potential explanation.
He just needs a woman, haven't seen him get any since well, forever .....
Last edited by Bubalus; 2013-02-22 at 10:32 AM.
Oh also jaina after theramore destruction put the blame on thrall for leaving garrosh in charge and tried to kill him and wipe orgrimmar, thank god she was stopped by kalec, but thrall has long ego realized the error of putting in charge garrosh and has 5.1 stated he is slowly coming back to solve the issue, returning as warchief or not thrall is gonna play a role in the upcoming demise of garrosh.
because Blizzard needs to make sure at the end of expansion everyone will be ok with killing him
In my opinion, Blizzard should grow some backbone and start telling the story they WANT to tell, instead of listening to the fans too much.
Warcraft 1, 2 and 3 had good stories, so I'm sure they can do it again. But now everything comes in small patches over time and fans voice their opinion... Blizzard should listen to them less. Right now it only serves to create an unimaginative compromise.
For example, the blood elf guy getting screentime, that's fanservice as well because many had asked for it.
Garrosh getting the boot: fanservice, because lots of people didn't like him. Jaina becoming more aggressive: fanservice.
Heck, I'm getting the feeling that the only part about MoP that's truly original Blizzard work are the Pandaren and their storyline.
You know, the thing about taking care of your farm and brewing beer...
Last edited by Hardstyler01; 2013-02-22 at 03:55 PM.
Gotta love these threads and what people say on it, always the same.
- People assume Garrosh is only the way he is now because of the sha.. hahaha
- People ignore what even the lore writers, you know, the people who are actually PART OF the story development say about him.
- They can't acknowledge when its said he is a weak character at his core, making him malleable.
Its so funny when they say all this aggression and bad karma has only surfaced now. Bullcrap, you've just been so strung up on whats on the surface, such as Garrosh's aggression, that you failed to notice his weakness. Christie Golden summed it up perfectly, and to that end, this is not about Garrosh being a character who has been thrown around, this is about a character who used all his bluster and brovado to convince morons he was something special, when in true, he's just a child and weak underneath.
Extremely small penis, seriously even gnomes laugh at him.