He who sees his own doom can better avoid its path. He who sees the doom of others can deliver it.
The fact that, before he died, Gul'dan had realized as Sargeras had used him to pervert his own race, makes him a potential candidate to become an aid to combat the Burning Legion itself.
If it were given a second chance to him, nobody would doubt that he would use it to help the current Horde in everything he could. No mortal ever has acquired so much knowledge about the Burning Legion as Gul'dan, and this is why his collaboration would be vital for the coming events.
I wouldn't mind if his intentions changed, but I hope they don't change how he achieves his goals.The fact that, before he died, Gul'dan had realized as Sargeras had used him to pervert his own race, makes him a potential candidate to become an aid to combat the Burning Legion itself.
We're running out of renegade, ruthless assholes. Definitely don't want the assholes to suddenly change into lovely people.
I read the whole thing and I agree with most of what you are saying. But personally I dont think the Human culture is boring, just under-developed. Humans need to stick with there theme of being lawful good and noble because it is what makes there race unique from all others. blizzard needs to take more inspiration from medieval or pre-renaissance European societies to further enrich the stormwind culture with all the most interesting traits and aspects borrowed from as many as possible. Ah Nordic/viking race might be interesting but only as a neutral faction. I also think that human or even alliance paladins should be presented with certain privelleges that horde paladins do not have. Like titles, armour, discounts, special quests assigned by alliance pally heroes.etc
nice post, but I honestly cant see how this might change anything. I mean does blizzard even take into account such posts from now blizzard forums?