Garrosh dies, executed by the Shado-pan
Garrosh dies, killed by some spontaeneous event (Burning Legion invasion?)
Garrosh lives, but heavily punished by the Shado-Pan
Garrosh lives, freed entirely to go on being a villain
Garrosh lives, freed entirely to become an anti-hero
Garrosh lives, freed entirely to become a force of good in Warcraft
Other (state your reasons in your post)
I've killed Garrosh so this isn't a spoiler for me, but its worth note that the title (even as it is with the spoiler tag) is a spoiler. Anyone could see that if someone is speculating about Garrosh's fate for a future patch they must know that he lived. Perhaps those first 3 words should be removed as well.
On topic: I don't really care at this point, I really wanted Blizzard to pull the rip cord right at release of 5.4 and lock Orgrimmar out from access for 5.4 at least. Forcibly move all horde players to another one of their capitals (maybe a slightly more convenient horde rebellion place with bank, ah, etc. could be added in Sen'jin Village). I'm a horde player, its not that I want horde inconvenienced because I'm alliance. I am always for inconvenience in the name of story immersion.
You're just jealous because the voices are talking to me!
If next expansion is BL, it seems painfully cliche and obvious that he will be sent on a death sentence to lead a suicide mission to stop the BL, and will somehow survive, and dedicate the rest of his days to crushing an enemy he has in common with his enemies (Horde & Alliance)--teh Legionz!!
Other: Garrosh lives and stays in Blizzard's fridge for an indefinite amount of time until they decide what to do with him 2 or 3 expacs from now. He'll be sitting next to Bolvar, Koltira, Valiona, Theralion and Hakkar, among many many others.
I feel like he should of died but WoW lore is kinda shitty so I except some sort of crap redemption story.
He was literally bat shit insane evil and then he gets captured and it will be all "I have seen the era of my way, thank you pandas" and then he will sacrifice himself to save panda land or something along those lines.
resto shaman <- washed up idiot
He want to die in honor.. He will die in honor
I'm alone again and old pine tree
Asked me, where's your woman?
I said: Shut up or I make of you another Firewood
Here's the facts: if Blizzard wanted to have Garrosh killed, then he wouldn't have survived the siege. That being said, it should be blatantly obvious tht the story writers are saving him for another plot. He will not die in the next patch, hhe'll live. We have no idea why though.
Okay. It will turn up that Thrall shooting Deathwing in the face simply sent him into the future. Garrosh is sentenced to death. When the axe is raised to chop off his head Deathwing returns and burns everything to the ground. In the confusion Garrosh escapes aaand you know the rest.
forced to work with da panda people to repair the damage done to pandaria/ confront his emotions properly then come back in a future expansion as a true leader and portrayed as likeable like varian currently is.
It wouldn't make any sense to kill him. Pandas are all about teaching lessons not vengance/ justice...
They didn't even destroy the sha and decided it would be a better use of resources to keep constant guards on them for 10 thousand years and they were the embodiment of evil with no chance of turning good lol
I'm betting he will get some sort of heroic-death-redemption much like grom. Would also be very fitting with a Burning Legion expansion.
As for Garrosh, who cares. The story is utterly hopeless so long as it's intrinsically linked to gameplay. What happens to Garrosh? The question is what the hell difference will it make in the game? The answer is not a single bit as far as I can tell.
If it's not an elf, leave it on the shelf.
Night Elf Liberation Front N.E.L.F.
Something mean about trolls.
he will be imprisoned and forgotten from the lore until blizzard decide to bring it back much like bolvar was enchased in that ice tomb on top of icecrown and then forgotten by anyone.
Those are precious lore aces in blizzard slaves to be killed plain and simple, ill bet that blizzard still cursing the day they let us kill illidan.
why everyone think we will see garrosh fate in 5.5? I don't remember any blue saying something about it.
Last edited by bufferunderrun; 2013-10-21 at 10:05 PM.
How about we let the parenting of kids to... their parents? No, seriously, World of Warcraft is a videogame. Gaming it's supposed to be a fun activity (if you have that fun through challenges, social interactions, etc is completely up to you). Not some kind of "School of Hard Knocks about the Real World".
Since his with the shado pan who are brutal I don't expect him to last long. He will be tortured and thrown off a cliff or beheaded. His life expectancy as an enemy of the shado-pan isn't long.
WoW alot of people need to read into the shado-pan... There is no way they are going to let him live.
Angels and AirwavesCHVRCHΞS - Motion City Soundtrack - Bombay Bicycle Club - Los Campesinos - Empire of the Sun - HellogoodbyeAldmeri Dominion - Imperial - Templar - Laethys - High Elf - Assassin - Frostmourne - Orc - Rogue - Sea of Sorrows - Norn - ThiefBorderlands 2 - Mechromancer - Battlefield 4 - Engineer - Diablo 3 - Wizard
He'll be the one to call the Legion to Azeroth as one last chance at wiping out the Alliance and Horde.
They didn't specifically, in two cases, reinforce the fact that Garrosh lives just to kill him off or do nothing with his character.
If I were to bet money, I would say in the Legion expansion, we break Garrosh out of jail and give him the choice to return to his cell and die in a hole or die bloody on the battlefield fighting against the demons like a true Orc.. Would explain why Anduin is visiting him and would be why they want to keep him alive. If the world is at risk of dying, you need all the help you can get and having a warrior and commander the caliber of Garrosh rotting in a jail cell isn't helping you. Would give him a chance at a redemption angle as well.
Last edited by Bullettime; 2013-10-21 at 10:12 PM.