View Poll Results: What would you do with Garrosh

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  • Exile

    122 13.88%
  • Prison

    104 11.83%
  • Redemption

    99 11.26%
  • Killed

    496 56.43%
  • Other (or combination)

    58 6.60%
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  1. #161
    I would like to see his orgrimmar car parking privileges suspended for 2 weeks and thats it

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    Definitely not killed. To Garrosh, death in combat is the greatest of honors (Lok'Tar Ogar anyone?). I think it would be better if we'd let him slowly rot from the inside in imprisonment. Openly shamed, humiliated, despised, his spirit would break, a fate much worse than death to someone like him.
    "Gul'dan never did anything out of misguided love, or from a desire to prove himself. He wasn't trying to save anyone. He didn't ever come to understand his mistakes and try and redeem them. He wasn't inspired by an insane titan's visitation and he cared not at all for the lives he would or would not destroy (...) He may be the single most evil character in all lore."

  3. #163
    I like the idea of sentencing him to 15 months of dailies. Might be a cruel and unusual punishment however...

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    At first I wanted Garrosh to be imprisoned and punished(maybe killed?), but as I am a big fan of Grom, I also want something else to happen.. Maybe he is defeated, goes into exile, gets a son & his son will take over the horde as a great leader one day, strengthened by his grandfather's pride & his father's failure? Garrosh could die of old age in an encampment where his son found him right before he died.(His son wanted to find his father, he had heard romours about his grandfather, Drek'Thar helped him?). A few of my ideas.

  5. #165
    Redeemed as an Undead, helping to stop the REAL final boss of Siege of Ogrimmar.. Sylvannas!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rogueMatthias View Post
    Redeemed as an Undead, helping to stop the REAL final boss of Siege of Ogrimmar.. Sylvannas!
    Silly you, last boss in SoO will be council of crazed Alliance leaders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northem View Post
    I was referring to the old Garrosh, who was an exemplary Warchief, not to this new Nazi-Garrosh, too irate and possessed...
    You have mistaken Old Horde which was a total failure against Alliance, Alliance which only consisted of 3 races. Old Horde which has no brains and acted like Savages, they failed twice and failed very HARD! And no Garrosh is trying to put back together what they called Glorious Horde ! Garrosh is a narrow minded idiot who has no sense of Honor (using every dirty tricks against his foe), no sense of Mecry (Killing everything and everyone in his path including children) and totally has no Clue in politics.

    He lacks in every aspect that Warchief should have. He was a good general until he was kept on a close watch!

    Garrosh Hellscream is a major hero of the Warcraft story, especially for the Horde. He is the son of the liberator of the orc race from the bondage of the Burning Legion, Grom Hellscream, and is a character full of nuances and connotations. It is too important to die in a raid. His future will certainly great things holds for, it would be a real shame to lose a character like Garrosh as well as thus. It is a character that can give much play in future events, whether redeemed or as if he is relegated to being a villain.

    Maybe Garrosh might redeem himself, however, it is clear that Garrosh has to stop being the Warchief, perhaps his future is not in the Horde, since the Horde may be too "soft" to have a leader like Garrosh. His future may be more like being a leader of a revived faction: the Dark Horde. The Dark Horde would be pleased to proclaim him as a leader and would benefit from Garrosh's full potential. A Dark Horde led by Garrosh Hellscream with the support of the Grimtotem tauren and Zandalari trolls servants of the Prophet Zul would form a faction certainly very interesting ... I'd bet on it.
    He is not a major hero of Orcs it was his father he has done NOTHING to help his people. He has dragged them away from the Horde (new Horde) and tries to saparate them again to make them slaves of both New Horde and Alliance! And Garrosh has nothing to redeem he is not insane he is not Corrupted, he is on his clear mind heading to destruction of his race ! He thinks he can handle it all alone with all the dirty tricks. So I think its nonsense to say that Garrosh has something to Redeem! He has violated the name of His father too. And he deserves to die in Horde! Who is he to be "too important" not to die in Horde. Arthas was greater character and he died in Raid in Epic battle like a real Soldier, Deathwing was stronger and greater hero then both and he was killed in Raid !

    Arthas Has everything to redeem, he could be saved but not Garrosh he is doing everything on his Will.
    • Possibly related to the issue of Garrosh leaving the Horde one way or another, Thrall (Go'el from now) has confirmed his return to the Horde, that is, he leaves behind his neutrality as the shaman savior of the world and will return to interfere in the affairs of the Horde. But seems strange that the path that Go'el began in the early cataclysm can be undone, i.e. if Go'el had already chosen his destiny as the Earth-Warder, he cannot now return to the Horde: his time in the Horde has passed.

    Go'el's counterpart in the Alliance is Malfurion Stormrage, and as you know, he behaves himself neutral in all respects. Why would Go'el interfere in the Horde and Malfurion not do the same in the Alliance? It would be unfair to the Alliance, to put it delicately.
    Go'el has came just to help his people ! And Thats it, he as already stated that he wont come back and be the Warchief of the Horde ! He is an Orc an orc that helps his people ! I dont see anything bad in it! In Tides of War he clearly stated that he wont come back! And he is not coming back! Differance between MAlfurion and Go'el is huge. Malfurion still sides with Alliance. The thing that he didnt helped Tyrande in Wolfheart doesnt say anything, they had difficult situation in Darnassus and could not leave Varian Wrynn alone. He clearly offered Tyrande that he would go with her if not this situation in Darnassus. There was murdering of HighBorne etc.


    I dont know were you heard Go'el returning back to Horde, but Kirin Tor has already sided With Alliance and Dalaraan is already city of Alliance, as Jaina has her Loyalty to Varian, saying that Dalaran is now Alliance city. But I cant agree with you about Go'el.


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    I went with killed because exiling or imprisoning him would just mean his followers would start up a second rebellion around him eventually. Redemption would be impossible with everything he's done, sure he can go all "I see the errors of my ways" but that won't keep everyone he's wronged from wanting their pound of flesh. That's a lot of people looking for a lot of flesh.

    I'd like to see the raid take him down to near death then Vol'jin plunges the dagger Rak'gor Bloodrazor failed to kill him with into Garrosh's heart.

  9. #169
    Death is easy for Garrosh. I want him alive and suffering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MegaTommy View Post
    Openly shamed, humiliated, despised, his spirit would break, a fate much worse than death to someone like him.
    wanting to seek agony and pain on another person? How does that make you any less bloodthirsty than him?

    ---------- Post added 2013-05-19 at 12:52 PM ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by Spichora View Post
    You have mistaken Old Horde which was a total failure against Alliance, Alliance which only consisted of 3 races. Old Horde which has no brains and acted like Savages, they failed twice and failed very HARD!
    The Horde was actually on the verge of victory against the Alliance till Gul'dan jumped ship
    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!"

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    Killed to b honest, but not something like cutting his head off or something like that no. I want him to get humiliated first then die a slow painful death.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Verdugo View Post
    Silly you, last boss in SoO will be council of crazed Alliance leaders.
    that would be refreshing
    Horde players spend more time killing themselves than they do killing Alliance. So much for an x-pac focused on the Horde/Alliance war
    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!"

  13. #173
    Quote Originally Posted by Northem View Post
    I was referring to the old Garrosh, who was an exemplary Warchief, not to this new Nazi-Garrosh, too irate and possessed...
    He never was "exemplary". The Horde became segregated as soon as he took control. And his constant losings against the Alliance only brought what he truly is up.

  14. #174
    i dont see whats wrong with you people and garrosh,
    Garrosh is a good example of a warchief, not stupid F*beep* like Thrall is.

  15. #175
    Quote Originally Posted by Gamez View Post
    i dont see whats wrong with you people and garrosh,
    Garrosh is a good example of a warchief, not stupid F*beep* like Thrall is.
    A good example of a Warchief is the one that keeps the Horde strong and united, not power-lusted and divided.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gamez View Post
    i dont see whats wrong with you people and garrosh,
    Garrosh is a good example of a warchief, not stupid F*beep* like Thrall is.
    Your definition of what makes a good warchief is a bad one.

  18. #178
    Quote Originally Posted by Gamez View Post
    i dont see whats wrong with you people and garrosh,
    Garrosh is a good example of a warchief, not stupid F*beep* like Thrall is.
    In some ways, but in most ways no. Yes, he fortified Orgrimmar, which is good. But, overall, he has caused more harm and disagreement between the Horde (and Alliance) than any other Warchief. Just my opinion, I'd rather want a peaceful leader than one I'd feel scared to be around.
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  19. #179
    Quote Originally Posted by Dreknar20 View Post
    wanting to seek agony and pain on another person? How does that make you any less bloodthirsty than him?

    ---------- Post added 2013-05-19 at 12:52 PM ----------


    The Horde was actually on the verge of victory against the Alliance till Gul'dan jumped ship
    Because Alterac betrayed the Alliance and allowed Doomhammer's forces to go through his mountain passes freely, allowing them to surprise Lordaeron's capital city. Betrayals on both sides greatly affected the flow of the war.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreknar20 View Post
    The Horde was actually on the verge of victory against the Alliance till Gul'dan jumped ship
    You have answered yourself already! Old Horde was not stable. They acted like savages, but thrall managed to fix that ! Thrall brought together Orcs and civilized them, added new Allies, that is how Old and New Horde differs. Garrosh is Pulling orcs to the Old horde condition.


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