He's not even in the fucking game.
It would be funny to have a Goblin leading the entire Horde.
Ops, I missed your previous post. Pardon.
Gallywix is dead in the latest Blizzard short story.
"It's 2013 and I still view the internet on a 560x192 resolution monitor!"
Still better than Garrosh in early Cataclysm anyway, a lot of people thought Basic Campfire was a better candidate than Garrosh.
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Anyone but Gary "Thrall" Sue... I voted for the goblin
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Sassy Hardwrench runs a cafe, Hardly enough to replace Warchief Gallywix.
I gotta admit, i wouldnt mind seeing what would happen lorewise from that, i mean just the stunned looks on everyones faces would be kind of worth it lol. Can you guys imagine what would happen on the forums after that? xD and the devs would just chuckle and say 'yep, we Told you youd never expect it rofls"
and a little green person would still rule the horde, next best thing to an orc hehehe
edit: since he is so money-minded, i wonder if he could finally stabilize the horde economically. I mean setting up trade deals and stuff, so the resources that Garrosh would have relied on force to get, Gallywix could get by being clever. (and possibly a few rogues)
Gallywix later arrived on Pandaria himself with another raid of goblins (aptly dubbed the Plundersquad Initiative), which he set to the task of uncovering powerful artifacts on the continent. His presence was ostensibly to "inspire" the troops, though the trade prince spending most of his time aboard his flagship zeppelin hosting parties and living in comfort (said "uberzeppelin" boasting both rum slides and pudding jacuzzis) had evoked only contempt. Gallywix was accompanied by his childhood friend and top enforcer, Druz.
Some of his own followers came to doubt the merit of this mission, fearful that Gallywix would hand over any weaponry they uncovered to their "lunatic" Warchief. As it happens, Gallywix was after these items as leverage for himself, not trusting them in the hands of anyone else. Inside a lorevault, Druz and Ziya acquired an enigmatic scroll during their encounter with Lorewalker Shuchun, and intended to give it to Gallywix.
However, the two were treated to a vision of the future this would lead to: Gallywix would refuse to use the scroll, electing to hide the weapon instead. Rumours of Gallywix keeping the scroll for himself would ripple through the land, and Garrosh, branding the trade prince a traitor, would invade Azshara and assault Jastor's palace in a swathe of destruction. Gallywix himself would don his spider-tank and protect the scroll by challenging Garrosh directly, though would lose the battle after putting up a surprisingly passionate fight; on the cusp of defeat, he would eject himself from the tank and dive into Garrosh, grabbing the orc's tusks and smashing his forehead into Garrosh's face, like the street fighter Jastor had once been. Still, he would end the fight dead, accidentally killed by his loyal enforcer Druz. In the months following Gallywix's death and Garrosh's acquisition of the Blank Scroll, the world would be plunged into terror and destruction under Hellscream's rule; the races of Azeroth fighting and dying side-by-side, until the Burning Legion itself arrived to finish off a world bereft of its champions.
Having been granted this terrifying vision, Gallywix's subordinates fearfully chose to instead leave the scroll in the hands of the Lorewalkers.