The only thing I'm happy about with this is that the new Warchief isn't an Orc, and that Garrosh is still alive. Perhaps Blizzard has finally learned not to kill off big characters so easily?
Vol'jin is just meh, Thrall in troll skin.
At first I thought "so he's like a spokesman for the horde while they're still choosing the warchief"
Otherwise Garry was going to have his head popped like a Melon (i'd pay to see that!)
Okay, I'm a not really a fan of the whole rebellion thing, but what about Trolls getting murdered on refular basis? Or, what about Jaina and Theramore? Or numerous war casualities on the Alliance side? Lol nope, one zone of Pandaria started to look kinda ugly, they really have the biggest reason to hate him.
To be fair, Garrosh made them a favour. Remember what he said in 5.4 trailer? Pandaren tend to bury their damn emotions rather than let them run their course - you know, the natural solution. So what, the continent was prefectly fine with being stuck with a big ass condensated evil Sha under their settlements? Yeah, the best idea ever. Garroshes actions somehow helped the Pandaria more than they hurted the continent, since without Garrosh they would be stuck with the 7 Sha forever. It may be taking it too far, but come on, what a bunch of asian hypocrites.
Anyway, my money is on the fact that Taran Zhu will get himself hurt again somehow.
Still the others agreed to have the trial in panda land. so meh \o/ guess we have to live with it. I preferred the head popping like a melon.
I can see Garrosh reappearing in a future expansion as an Ally. Like you are clearing a raid in a Burning Legion expansion, only to enter a room full of dead demons. The camera pans up from the floor to see a brown-skinned Orc, drenched in demon blood only to have him turn his head and let out a grin.
Thrall's words will have hit home about him not being worthy of his family name, he makes up for it by fighting to defend those who showed him mercy.
I still think the whole thing happened too quickly.
I know they were trying to wrap it up in a single scenematic, but Thrall's previous poor decision-making was what led to this whole thing to start with. You'd think that someone would stop and say, "Maybe we should all sit down and discuss this before we make any hasty decisions..."
That's what kills my ability to suspend disbelief the most: not the obvious things that make zero sense, but the things that you'd consider when you really put yourself in the character's shoes. Thrall making an earth-shakingly horrendous decision on the new warchief last time would be reason enough to put the discussion to a good deal more debate and discussion this time.
Vol'jin has been through a lot lately: is he still the same as he was before? Does he have a chip on his shoulder now? Etc.
Also, I can almost guarantee we'll see a Garrosh redemption story at some point, here. There's no other reason to leave him alive at the end. Why leave him alive only to execute him in Pandaria?
Last edited by Destian; 2013-09-12 at 11:25 AM.
Totally called it. And I could not be more happy
FOR THE HORDE!!!
What's funny is that I see less hate/complaining in YouTube than here. Usually it's the opposite?
Garrosh lives!! LOLOLOLOL THE TRUE HORDE WILL COME TO PASS!
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