Hadn't done that quest yet, I stand corrected.. he still dropped like a little baby and cried for help. Cairne kept fighting through Poison until he died. Like I said, they give Vol'Jin Warchief, I am done with the Horde for good.
Also still in vote for imprisonment or exile, death is the easy way out of a good story.
Is this a real thread lol? People are into the story?
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I disliked him in WC3 too, (keep in mind I like trolls and I loved Zul'Jin.)
Him getting Warchief will be the Deathknell for the Horde for me that Evil Garrosh started.
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We have faced trials and danger, threats to our world and our way of life. And yet, we persevere. We are the Horde. We will not let anything break our spirits!"
It's time for him to get his pink slip. I would much prefer it be drenched in red after he receives it though.
While I'd love to just have Garrosh die at the end of the raid, I feel that just isn't enough for someone like him. He's done horrible things, both to the Alliance and Horde, and I can't help but feel death would be the easy way out.
In my mind, the perfect punishment for him is similar to what happened to Firelord Ozai in Avatar. Instead of killing Garrosh, sever both his hands so he can no longer lift a weapon, than destroy Gorehowl in front of him, shattering what little remains of his moral, honor, and dignity. Finally, imprison him within Ragefire Chasms, or somewhere where he can do no harm to anyone else, and simply let him live out the rest of his days in shame and dishonor before his peers in the Horde.
-My people starves in the desert, i need resources and a new land;
-My enemies have these lands and resources, so i need to kick them from there;
-But while i have to kick them, is clear that they will reorganize and counter-attack, trying to undermine my work and kill my people in attempt of get the lands back;
-So i need not just to kick them out, but crush them, break their spirit, their will, so that they don't even dare to try anything. In this way they will give up and my people will not have to fear any reprisal.
He wants to "destroy" the Alliance until they will not simply give up and submit, because an Alliance submitted and crushed is no harm to no one.
The problem is that the Alliance don't give up, they don't let their spirits to be broken by violent events like Theramore; and if they are persistent in their defiance, then he have to wipe them out from the planet.
Not even our dear Zul'jin couldn't have been able to do anything against it without someone saving his Amani ass.
Rexxar is cool but, seriously? He doesn't have that much influence in the Horde, he's just an "occasional badass champion", not someone involved directly in Horde politics. I bet we'll see Saurfang soon but, still, he haven't had any kind of relationship with Garrosh after Northrend, while Vol'jin has been forced to endure all the Garrosh's reign.
and madgod pointed the quest out for me, and i stated I was wrong. No I have not done my Dominance Offensive quest.. TBH for a player coming back for 5.2 not playing since the opening of Cata the daily quest rep grind is a bit over whelming and I havn't made it to those yet.
But that said Garrosh's actions this expansion already have me wanting a 3rd faction (because I don't want to be Alliance.) so i don't have to be Horde anymore.. but man Vol'Jin get's Warchief.. I'd rather be Alliance.
And how can you have disliked him in...WC3? He merely was a presence in that game.
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His speech to the other Horde leaders doesn't focus on the need for resources, nor land. All of those quotes have one thing in common: defeating the Alliance. Again, Horde domination through the destruction of the Alliance is his primary goal.
I'd like you to point to where in those quotes it says that he is PRIMARILY focused on gaining more land as a resource rather than gaining more land as spoils of conquest.
War is deception, a game played best from the shadows!