Well maybe it's because English is not my mother tongue and I had a different definition of flamboyant in mind.
However how I read it, you said he was a flamboyant character; attention seeking, vain, loud, feminin.
I think Lorthemar is a great, mature & wise character with bad ass fighting experience and a history that changed him and turned him into someone better.
I would describe the stereotype blood elf as flamboyant, but he isn't anything like that. Isn't the flamboyant aspect more of a joke than real lore?
Seems to me blood elves are arrogant and feel a little superior, they're not gay for real right?
Last edited by Evyan; 2013-09-06 at 10:23 PM.
What I meant was, they're not gayish for real right?
Aren't the jokes just like a cartoon drawing of a real person.
You take some defining aspects of a face (this case race) and you enlarge & make fun of these.
As in: blood elves are a pretty race and care about their looks, are confident and arrogant.
But they're not as bad as blizzard mades them look ingame (emotes, dances, quests (punched that dragon in the face))
(and yes 'that blood elf guy' is reference to the fact nobody knew shit about lor'themar before mists, now suddenly they all want to be his friend since he was in one patch, real sheep mentality)
New warchief will be Garrosh... I have a feeling that during this fight, he will be "purified", and with Thralls blessing, he will continue being warchief of the Horde... However, I think that during the purification, he will lose his orc pride, that said, he won't hold a grudge on ally that much and similar... But we will see
I agree with you that his presence in 2 patches doesn't make him the ideal candidate for a new warchief.
There wasn't almost any Wow lore for him before MoP (except a little in tbc and Quel'dalar).
But unfortunately, there aren't that many good candidates atm.
Considering the horde that remains after SoO (read: isn't slaughtered) I say he's still one of the best people for the job!