The Garrosh trial will be conveniently interrupted by a storm of fel meteors. 5.5 skysunder!
Garrosh will save Jaina's life when Kalec goes insane because Old Gods, and tries to kill her. Then she'll say that she still hates him, and he'll say he still hates her.
Then they will have unresolved sexual tension until they hook up in the book previewing 7.0: "Hellscream: We're Not Talking About Garrosh, If You Know What We Mean" and then the Legion will siege Kul Tiras, planning to blow it up with a Fel Bomb. Garrosh falls on top of the bomb, blowing himself up, and leaving Kul Tiras hopelessly radiated with Fel Energy, but ultimately still standing.
Jaina's hair turns green and she joins the Horde.
Vol'jin has a pretty big potential problem here with Garrosh. Whether you like his tactics or not Garrosh had a pretty large following among the orcs. Leaving Garrosh alive gives this faction hope of his return. Killing him provides them a martyr. Which is more dangerous and how does Vol'jin deal with this? How much say will he have? If the visions of time video is true, we already see Garrosh in a magical cell somewhere on Pandaria. Not sure if this is his temporary cell during the trial or something permanent. As much as Arthas was the Alliance's problem, I see Garrosh as ultimately the problem of the Horde. They should have final say on his fate.
Maybe the REAL cinematics will be when he's downed in Heroic modes
Many that live deserve death. Some that die deserve life.
Blizz tells players stuff then changes their mind: "BLIZZ LIED TO US!"
Blizz doesn't tell players stuff: "THEY IGNORE US!"
They can't win. I feel for them.
Sky Admiral Rogers for High Queen. Remember Theramore!Men, you've trained for this. You're among the elite. You are Skyfire men! This is the ship that took down Deathwing. You think some raggedy little Horde outpost stands a chance against the pride of the Alliance fleet? NO! Those green dirtbags down there plagued your homes in Southshore, laid siege to your children in Redridge, and massacred every man, woman and child in Theramore. It. Is. PAYBACK TIME!
"Orgrimmar was merely a set back".. i can see it already
The only time there has EVER been a x.5 patch was 1.5.
TBC ended at 2.4.3, Wrath at 3.3.5 (you can argue that's a .5 if you want to really grasp at straws) and Cata ended at 4.3.(forgot what the last digit was).
Seriously, unless by 'always' you mean 'never.'
Both Wrath and Cata suffered greatly from too long a time spent on their last raid tier.
Without a substantial 5.5, or a surprisingly quick turnaround for the next expac, Blizz will see subs drop off in big numbers.
I don't care which one it is, but I don't want to still be running SoO a year from now...
I think we are done with Garrosh. And I hope Blizz understands that we need something new to fight against. Alliance and Horde are "even" with everything and with the Pandaren, we can focus on Burning legion instead.