Vol'jin is an excellent choice. Him along with Rexxar, Thrall, and Chen were the founders of Orgrimmar and Durotar. They built up his character all the way to the rebellion. Normally people the rise up and lead rebellions against corruption are chosen as leaders. Same can be said if William Wallace didn't die or anything in Braveheart.
Can't stand trolls, they are weak and one of them should not be a Warchief, it's utter bullshit.
It doesn't help that Vol'jin is a completely lame character as well, worse than Thrall.
I dont have a new Warchief. Garrosh was never my Warchief, Vol'jin is not my Warchief now.
My Warchief has always been Thrall, and only Thrall.
Thrall always was, is, and will be my true Warchief. Garrosh and Vol'jin werent/arent.
I always wanted Vol'jin as the warchief, he's the coolest of them all most badass dude. Since WC3 he's been cool. He is the right choice all along.
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I hate it so much that I'm changing factions because of this. This current horde is joke of a faction. Having elves and undead join wasn't bad enough. Now a friggin troll is a leader over orcs.
I'm oka with Vol Jin
Apparently it was supposed to be unexpected ? Not impressed by the chocie
I can't seem to care, it's just going to be a different NPC standing in a spot for the rest of their NPC life. I'll wait and see how he handles the horde until I judge him.
The Darkspear are one of the oldest allies of the Orcs and Vol'jin is essentially Thrall's best friend and was one of his top advisors. Vol'jin had all the other racial leaders of the Horde rally behind him for Siege. He is the obvious, and only true choice to lead the horde.
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I wonder if there's gonna be even more bitching about Vol'jin being warchief than when Garrosh took the big job.
Oh please. No reason not to trust Garrosh? For one thing, Garrosh's leadership record wasn't perfect: he did a miserable job in Nagrand, because of his issues, and in Northrend his forces nearly started a total war, when that was not even close to the conflict at hand. As soon as he got the position, mind you, as someone inexperienced in that position, he began being almost overly aggressive, something Thrall's horde had not done. And then, of course, you're forgetting that the Goblins and Trolls were relegated to pitiful parts of Orgrimmar prior to his and Vol'jin's "falling out".
In addition to that, Garrosh's greeting to Vol'jin technically started the hostilities, and Garrosh seemed far less interested in Vol'jin's "advise" than even Vol'jin did. Vol'jin's a shadow hunter. Why wouldn't he be suspicious of Garrosh, in the same way Cairne was, or are you forgetting that? Cairne didn't see Garrosh as fit to lead either. And as for the "hanging with the Pandaren bit, that's a load of shit. Vol'jin was there for healing, and otherwise would have been focused on the Garrosh conflict. You can't seriously say it was him being lazy, or useless. There was a legitimate explanation for that.
Honestly, if you think Sayrfang has had more development than Vol 'Jim this xpac, I think we're done here.
Last edited by Darkhallows; 2013-09-12 at 11:34 AM.
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Lol-ing at how much racial hatred there is in wow, and how similar it is to the real world.