That is awesome! I hope he survives the encounter.
didn't they say outright that he's dead.
So it was really Milhouse Manastorm in a Garrosh suit?
If it's not an elf, leave it on the shelf.
"...the avatars of other players, including elves, animals or creatures known as orcs." NY Times article about NSA in WoW
After that I've started being sceptical of blizz when it comes to confirming / denying things related to future content.
You can't see him beaten or dead yet, BUT I've already linked a post earlier in the thread where the developers confirm that Garrosh does indeed die in the Siege.You can see Garrosh beaten? Or dead? With the new vision of Time I don't really know if he's surely DEAD.
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Which, in truth, meant nothing. They tried to dodge a bullet when people blew up over MoP without lying about it. In this case, there's no tricky wording. They stated 'Garrosh Hellscream dies in the Siege of Orgrimmar.' and they confirmed it with a 'Yes.'
He united himself with an Old God. He is to corruption the same Arthas was for death.
That scene might even contain the explanation of why the Titans couldn't kill the Old Gods. In parallel of why the mortals couldn't kill Garrosh without risking a further evil.
Arthas was a Horde leader, did you know?
Alliance dissatisfaction have nothing to do with Blizzard's writing but is everything about George Fisher and boogie2988's Francis respective factions.
It's an interesting thought for Garrosh to become the vessel of Y'Shaarj's power - so far everything indicates that it vanishes completely after his defeat, but maybe it endures.
I'll just wait until the top guilds clear normal within a week to find out.
What would be the point of keeping him alive after all he has done? So he can escape and be a bad guy later on?