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  1. #61
    Quote Originally Posted by Bmfstunner View Post
    Why would the Pandas execute him? I highly doubt that they would do that, they aren't the executing type.
    ahahahahahahahahahahahahahah

    You obviously haven't read the Pandaren short story about the kid trying to join the Shado-Pan. Pandaren are brutal. There's a reason why some Pandaren fit right in with the horde.
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  2. #62
    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.

  3. #63
    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.

  4. #64
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by Potassiumgluconate View Post
    ahahahahahahahahahahahahahah

    You obviously haven't read the Pandaren short story about the kid trying to join the Shado-Pan. Pandaren are brutal. There's a reason why some Pandaren fit right in with the horde.
    Yeah that whole thing about harping on us about being horrible people waging a race war and then getting us to help them commit genocide on the Mogu. >.>
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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.

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    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.

  7. #67
    Quote Originally Posted by serenka View Post
    whats going to happen is a legion invasion begins at the end of MoP, and Garrosh sacrifices himself killing a large demon.
    Hes to much of a coward

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    [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.

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    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.

    Read the Shado-pan short story, and you will find that they oftentimes do much more than "simply" executing a prisoner.
    Where is this short story?

  10. #70
    Garrosh just became Illidan 2.0.

    PS: Illidan's crimes were far worse, yet lots of people still love him.


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    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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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiro Tagachi View Post
    Garrosh just became Illidan 2.0.

    PS: Illidan's crimes were far worse, yet lots of people still love him.
    Illidan was loved because he had an interesting back story, a lot of which was experienced while playing as him in WC3. Illidan is a classic antihero. Garrosh didn't really have the time to develop organically the way Illidan did; his abrupt change from "The Impotent Leader" to raving warmonger to warchief just didn't vibe for many people.

  13. #73
    Quote Originally Posted by Shiro Tagachi View Post
    Garrosh just became Illidan 2.0.

    PS: Illidan's crimes were far worse, yet lots of people still love him.
    Really? In whose eyes? The Night Elves, and that's about it. I mean, fuck me, Illidan became a demon to save the WHOLE of ashenvale, and Malfurion still bitched about it. Talk about being an ungrateful cunt...

    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.

  14. #74
    I hope he's being set up for a Napoleanic fate.

    You know how Orcs say, "death before dishonor"? Garrosh doesn't deserve death.

  15. #75
    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.

  16. #76
    Quote Originally Posted by Whiskra View Post
    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.
    Ughhhh. I'm kind of done with him. Please Blizzard, just make new characters for us to love. Emphasis on love...meaning take some time to make them meaningful. Something is going to happen with Garrosh, it's pretty obvious, but I personally hope that it happens in the pre-expac patch rather than over the course of two expansions.

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    I can see how the whole experience has humbled Garrosh... if not im sure Trassk will love to raid him again

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    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?

    Quote Originally Posted by lopk View Post
    Ughhhh. I'm kind of done with him. Please Blizzard, just make new characters for us to love. Emphasis on love...meaning take some time to make them meaningful. Something is going to happen with Garrosh, it's pretty obvious, but I personally hope that it happens in the pre-expac patch rather than over the course of two expansions.
    Forcing new characters down our throat is the last thing the game needs. The Warcraft storyline is bloated enough as it is, with tons of beloved characters that are little more than quest givers in game. The majority of the race leaders do little more than just sit in their capitals. Blizzard needs to keep up with what they've been doing in MoP, and learn to balance out the focus of their storyline. Anduin, Vol'jin and Lor'themar are great examples of this, as both had almost done nothing since WoW started. It's more interesting when the storyline DOESN'T revolve around Varian and whoever happens to be the current warchief.
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    Quote Originally Posted by babo7000 View Post
    Yes another Garrosh thread. Anyways, a lot of people here are speculating Garrosh is going to break off and go evil again. I mean, it's unlikely they let him survive the siege just to be killed later on in a trial. But, why would he be so eager for revenge?

    Look at his face in the cinematic. He's crushed. He can't even muster up the will to say anything. Garrosh, the proud Orc Warrior, has been defeated in combat, and spared the glory of death. The last part is very important. Garrosh lives off 'Victory or Death'; He led the Horde on that ideal alone. But he hasn't been given that, the honourable death every Orc aspires to have.

    That isn't the worst of it, however, Garrosh has done exactly what he was afraid he would do. He turned into his father, leading the Orcs into darkness, giving into a power greater than his own. In Nagrand, he was worried of doing just that, he didn't want to lead the Mag'har because he knew he would do just as his father had done, and bring them to corruption.

    Living right now is a far worth punishment to him than death. He has to go on knowing he was weak enough to lose himself, and that he doesn't have what it takes to be a leader. He's going to be just like he was in Nagrand. And that's where Anduin comes in. Anduin still forgives Garrosh, and believes he has a chance to prove himself. Thrall failed in Nagrand because he didn't warn Garrosh of the temptations of power. Now that he knows of it, how would he react to a human prince, who he himself has tried to kill, reaching out to him and trying to help?

    As much as I hate him, this is Garrosh's chance at becoming at actual good character.
    This post deserves a gold star, I never thought of it that way. To NOT kill off Garrosh is probably the greatest punishment he could have had.

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    I can see how the whole experience has humbled Garrosh... if not im sure Trassk will love to raid him again
    People sure do like to mention Trassk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiro Tagachi View Post
    PS: Illidan's crimes were far worse, yet lots of people still love him.
    No they weren't. Not even close. Illidan's crimes are quite limited actually. The WotA storyline has been butchered to pieces by 3 separate versions so its consistency is called into question. Saving waters from the vial? Hardly an evil act, Nordrassil continues to power Azeroth with magic that would've otherwise been lost forever. Malfurion is just a dumbass because his limited understanding of the Arcane coupled with paranoia leads him to come to biased conclusions. Illidan is no saint but crimes far worse than Garrosh or anyone else? hardly. Illidan is a night elf through and through right down to sacrificing himself and what he was to protect his people and the world. Malfurion on the other hand gladly sacrifices his people to achieve his ends, important as they maybe. Cause the Sundering because not familiar enough with magic to close the portal properly, check. Sweep the Worgen curse under the rug and pretend it doesn't exist for 7000 years while the people he was supposed to help languished in a cursed form, check. Destroy their Immortality damning his entire race to inevitable death because he couldn't spring his trap AWAY from Nordrassil, check. Ignore their plight in Ashenvale as unimportant, check, let them die and suffer while he plays holier than thou in Hyjal, check, has the nerve to call the Druids of the Flame's torturous suffering their own doing, check. *Malfurions* crimes are worse than Illidan's.
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