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He certainly won't be sentenced to execution at a pandaren trial. I think he might die in 5.5 anyway, but by a different means.
Jaina is N'Zoth, who executes Garrosh to destroy the last vessel of Y'Shaarj. We have to get Jaina back from Ny'alotha. Vol'jin, as a sign of peace, sends the horde to help.
Hopefully Garrosh stages a prison break (Like Thrall!) and starts his own horde. Or at the very least his own Orc clan.
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I want him to be corrupted as hell and become a Fel orc general and he becomes so strong that we have to hunt him across the twisting nether along with his expedition of loyalist. Sorta like what Ner'zhul was gonna do in warcraft 2.
I want the burning legion to break him out in patch 5.5 and I want him to die two expansions later.
Gut instinct: he'll be freed by Wrathion and become his new 'champion'. I am so feeling the next big 'n bad will be an unholy alliance of Azshara, Wrathion and Garrosh. That would be a force to be reckoned with.
[QUOTE=Bmfstunner;22389831]Why would the Pandas execute him? I highly doubt that they would do that, they aren't the executing type.[QUOTE]
Read the Shado-pan short story, and you will find that they oftentimes do much more than "simply" executing a prisoner.
I hope they just chop his head off and get done with it. No redemption, no "orgrimmar was merely a setback", nothing. He did enough, now it's time for him to pay for his crimes.
Where is this short story?Read the Shado-pan short story, and you will find that they oftentimes do much more than "simply" executing a prisoner.
Garrosh just became Illidan 2.0.
PS: Illidan's crimes were far worse, yet lots of people still love him.
I'd say that's most likely the case. He will probably answer a lot for his crimes the entirety of the next expansion, and then come back as a reluctantly accepted hero in the expansion after that.
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Garrosh, however, butchered most of the Horde, screwed over the Sunreavers TWICE, brought war to Pandaria, corrupted the Vale, tried to perform mass genocide on the Darkspear, and captured and killed Theramore citizens. Everyone has a reason to be pissed at Garrosh.
I hope he's being set up for a Napoleanic fate.
You know how Orcs say, "death before dishonor"? Garrosh doesn't deserve death.
i hope the celestials lock garrosh somewhere deep underground where he will spend the rest of eternity as a living host and prison for the last remnant of y'saarj.
I can see how the whole experience has humbled Garrosh... if not im sure Trassk will love to raid him again
I hope they do, and why wouldn't they? If Blizzard wanted him dead they would have just let Thrall smash his head in. I'm not a fan of the whole redemption deal, but I'd like it if Garrosh had some kind of second chance, instead of just a complete 180 personality change. He was an amazing champion of the Horde, just a terrible Warchief. Every other orc on Azeroth got a second chance, so why deny it to Garrosh?
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