Sad to see him die. From wotlk I always thought he's a pretty cool Orc.
Well sometime ago I remember somebody complaining to GC about the number of bosses defeat at 1% HP. Guessing blizz didn't wanna do too much of those fight endings let alone for Nazgrim, and instead apply those to corrupt Klaxxi Paragons and Golden Lotus mons in 5.4's raid.
Nazgrim sees the true Power, and also the true Horde.
Garrosh can control an Old Gold as his weapon, his power is unlimited.
For the truu' Horde!11!!1
That just makes it feel like the character had no real value, despite being so involved in current events.
-- Strych, 90 Orc Warrior, Tarren Mill EUI can't help but feel my "epic" experience being diminished when I wage battle against mighty Ordos and 10 people in the raid do nothing but /jump and /fart ...
Though i am sad that Nazgrim will probably die, who will use body parts of Thrall in his swears?
"Thrall's Balls! They're everywhere!" - Never forget.
Too often, we are mistaken for druidic types. perhaps that's true for some shaman, but do not let yourself be plagued by the ignorant belief that we are always peaceful.
Nothing about what I do is harmonious. I command the elements to my will. There is nothing offered in return. I would have it no other way.
Never assume an ogre's stupid, that's when they'll get you.
Instead we follow his rise alongside Garrosh. Going from a grunt to a commander, then to Garrosh's chief general. Now he's going to fight for what all Orcs want, honor. In his eyes, the rebels are honorless because they took up arms against who is the rightful warchief.
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This kind of thing really makes me not want to level any new characters up. Its great when leveling and discovering these characters and seeing them develop, because lets face it, our characters are not characters, rather avatars of ourselves. So when we know certain characters will be dead by the time we each a certain level, it really makes me not want to go though it again, since the story becomes more melancholy.
And really, if they don't off Admiral Taylor along with Nazgrim, I will be so pissed. Why should Taylor get to carry on after all the shit he did, and Nazgrim becomes the loot bag.
What I would like to happen is us (Alliance or Horde) fighting Nazgrim, when Thrall joins later.
Then, when he gets beat up, raid boss finishes at 1%, Thrall makes some speech. Nazgrim would be too battered to fight, but clearly won't give up against Thrall (and the raiders.)
Than Jaina comes in and charges up a faction-leader-level Arcane Blast and disintegrates the General.
More friction with Thrall and Jaina.
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That's the thing about civil war... sometimes you have to kill your friends.
"Terror, darkness, power? The Forsaken crave not these things; the Forsaken ARE these things."
Of course if Naz had surrendered by then and she did that, well that's dicey. Still not enough to make her raidboss candidate; her arc regarding her horde rage finishes this expansion.