Taran Zhu should have been killed. He was wounded far too many times that it almost became comical. Garrosh should have decapitated him at the well imo.
Also this means Garrosh is unable to kill a SECOND character (first being anduin). For someone who is about to tear the world down, you'd think he would at least remove one character during MOP.
A story of Firsts from around the world:
The only thing he does in all this is teach is how "fighting is wrooooong".
I guess he will think about it a lot while attempting to clear his beloved land from perennial corruption (from horde with love taran *kisskiss*) for the rest of his useless life.
Which it won't be much longer since I presume he has very high levels of cholesterol.
God I'm vicious tonight
The thing that pissed me off was in the Soo final cinematic when he said something along the lines of "we have all suffered because of Garrosh, my people more than any other".
Ya you suffered more than all the Trolls, Undead, and Goblins that were killed or booted out of their capital city. One of our racial leaders had an assasination attempt on his life. He caused a civil war between our faction, and lead both horde and alliance to lay siege on Orgrimmar. But ya that's ok Taran Zhu. You go ahead an think that you suffered more.
Let alone the damages the war itself made for obvious reasons, the war awakaned the Sha, which caused the destruction of the Jade Serpent, the infestation of Krasarang, the Sha of Violence and Anger escaping the Monastery and the Hatred one possessing Taran Zhu himself, which then caused the Yaungols to invade the Kun-Lai, and the escape of the Sha of Fear made the Mantid attack the wall far before than intended...in others words, Pandaria became a mess on multiple fronts, and all of that because of the war the two factions brought on Pandaria.
Darkspear never die
"The only good night elf is not the dead one but the one shot to pieces!"
The common man is like a worm in the gut of a corpse, trapped inside a prison of cold flesh, helpless and uncaring, unaware even of the inevitability of its own doom.