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Is it Season 2 or 3, and OG Garrosh has a Resto Druid?
Is it a fantasy Season pitting both against each other? If so, LK Arthas sits in Cyclone while Garrosh destroys the Pally. Druid runs around rooting DK Arthas while having Mortal Strike rammed up his ass no-lube.
Winner: OG Garrosh
arthas' plan to draw the strongest champions of azeroth to his seat of power and then raise them as undead servants worked until tirion broke free of the ice prison he had been in for the last 7+ minutes and shattered frostmourne.
garrosh's plan to have the whole of the world's armies break upon orgrimmar's defenses failed spectacularly, it wasn't beaten by an unaccountable variable like the holy light.
Arthas beat YoggSaron in FT as a Death Knight.
After allowing the greatest champions of the world to beat on him for some time, ended their lives with a mere stroke of his sword, but the toll on his health was already there for Tirion and his Powerful weapon to take on with the power of the light using spirit bomb on him.
Arthas is the greatest hero of Azeroth. Without him and his sacrifice, there would be no life on Azeroth. Garrosh is nothing compared to him. Though Garrosh is pretty badass in that trailer.
I don't think Garrosh wanted the rebellion to happen in the first place, but his "pride" with their criticizing of him lead to it and he accepted it. Still Arthas allowed the champions of the Horde and the Alliance to his throne, Garrosh tried his hardest to beat them back.
Realistically Tirion should have already been dead by the time Arthas killed the heroes, but that "Light give me strength" is the weakest plot twist ever with paladin stories. Garrosh was arrogant, but up until MoP, he did nothing wrong to have the other leads treat him the way the did. Poor writing all around!
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No way in hell that was yogg, that was prob just a small fraction of a fraction since ulduar yogg is already a fraction.
Hmm It seems, if in the garrosh fight bliz let players die and rezed by someone else, he would be as badass like Arthus.
Frankly, if u look at their power source, A former shaman turned lich doesn't even compared to an Old god, even if he is dead and all that remains his pulsing heart. Also, Garrosh consuming the heart and didn't losing his mind speaks far more of his mental capacity. LK Arthus wasn't Arthus at all, it was Nerjhul merged with him, u see a glimpse of true Artus, after he is beaten and about to die in the final scenario.
Arthas overcame impossible odds and freed himself from outside influences. The mere mention of his name brought fear and anger into all of the people who heard it, and still does after his death.
Who is scarier? Arthas, the Lich King. The man who defended Lorderon, the largest kingdom of humans, then betrayed his own people and destroyed it, defeated Illidan, freed the Lich King, merged with the Lich King, freed himself from the Lich King, attacked the Alliance and Horde in their own cities, and single handedly tricked Tirion Fordring, the greatest paladin in the world, to spoon feed him the strongest troops he had. The only reason we beat Arthas was dumb luck.
Garrosh, on the other hand? A crybaby from the Outlands who needed a pep talk from Thrall to stop cutting his wrists. After that, he became an arrogant prick who's greatest achievement was hoarding his troops in Orgrimmar waiting for an attack, only to be defeated without any external aid from an OP lore character... Whether he had a boost from an Old God or not, we were still able to defeat him. Lore wise, The Lich King would trample us even now. He could kill us instantly if he wants, and to top it off, bend us to his will to boot.
Arthas wins, because he is a badass.
Garrosh beats Thrall, Thrall beat Deathwing, Garrosh > Deathwing ?
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