I think that's a rather terrible way to end the expansion, to be honest. It's against Garrosh's character to side with demons.
Why would Garrosh willingly choose to have his orcs be subjugated to any other race? He isn't about blindly seeking power at any cost. He is motivated by making orcs better then all other races. He will use any method he can to improve his people and to make their holding grander, but he won't seek power from the legion because doing so would place the orcs back under the control of demons.
He doesn't need to be demon, sha, or old god possessed to have these views either.
Kel'thuzad went to Northrend to join the Lich King on his own, he wsnt forced to,
Kael joined the Legion of his own free will, they offered him power and magic to sate his addiction and Kael thought such a deal was worth it
Garrosh is hardly the first boss or villian to not be mind controlled or whatever
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Metzen would NEVER kill thrall...so no
The best way for it to end is for Varian to stab Thrall in the back killing him after the joint parties celebrate killing Garrosh.
Here's the only appeasing and sensible way to end this atrocity:
...it's the only way to be sure.
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I want someone else for a goddamn change! I wanna see more of Zaela, Deathstalker Belmont, Malkorok, Thassarian, Moira and her kid, Trollbanes (both living and undead ones), I wanna see that orc grunt №735 to save the day, rise to power, express his opinion and tell us his story. The world has many visions and stories, not everything has to revolve around three-four ubermegapowerful superheroes deciding the fate of the world by pwning another generic evil baddie all the time. We already have DC Universe and Marvel for that.
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"A NAME IS A CLOAK OF LETTERS THROWN UPON A MAN. IT MEANS NOTHING." - Transcendent One, Planescape: Torment.
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You seriously think it would cause all out war/assault on ogrimmar etc over a bit of faction infighting?!
Originally Posted by BoubouilleOriginally Posted by xxAkirhaxx
Kael, Illidan, and Kel'thuzad all had their motives well explored. Kael wanted to do anything to save his people, and that ended up with him joining the Legion; possibly not the best logical sequence, but it's what happened. Illidan's defining character moments were when he put aside his lust for power to protect Tyrande; you could make a case that his magic addiction is a case of 'corruption', but that's based around a well-established aspect of Warcraft's lore, not something pulled out of Metzen's posterior. Kel'thuzad had a lust for forbidden knowledge and always had a shaky moral compass.
Kil'jaeden and Vashj's motives never changed at any point during the presented story. We don't know what Killy and Archy were like before the Legion took them, and we don't know what Vashj was like before Sargeras got his claws into her. They've never been corrupted during the media; their goals and motives have, for the most part, never changed. They've been consistent, and that's what the fundamental problem with 'corruption' is; consistency. Which, coincidentally, is the one huge problem with the way Garrosh is written.
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Ra-den could be excused, because there was nothing related to him throughout the story, except maybe during lorewalker story about Thunderking.
Same gos for Sinestra.
But we have all seen the Heart of the Old god in new scenario and know that issue aground it must be resolved, so making that being finished off in Heroic only mode would be a big bullsh17 moment, like Ragnaros, where you had to do heroic mode, to experiance TRUE ending.
Why should people who play for story be forced to be left out during the key piece of lore, and making it accesible only for "elites".
Last edited by Turmoill; 2013-05-26 at 11:23 PM.
Thanks a bunch for the Signature, Cthulhu Ftagn.
Garrosh dies sacrificing himself to close a portal to Twisting Nether, however, he fails and demons start pouring to Azeroth. After weeks of heavy fighting, defeat seems certain for the civilizations of Azeroth.
The church of Holy Light finally succeeds to summon a Naaru. Naaru reveals itself and the whole concept of holy light as the remnants of holy-psychic power a great man once held, it claims that the foul sorcery of demons falsely led Azerothians to revere alien races as their creators, turned them into unclean beings living alongside heretics everyday, and promises salvation. It begins to transmit a signal of some sort.
A few minutes later, all the ships the legion brought with them gets detroyed in one sudden, gigantic explosion. From the fires, ogre-sized metal objects begin to rain down all over Azeroth, hitting the ground with great speed.
Doors of one of the metal objects(which just hit the Church and practially destroyed it in the process) open. With the confused and afraid looks from the crowd, 3 giant, metalic figures emerge from it.
They march, for Macragge.
This expansion has been so horde favored if he doesnt die im quitting.