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    Vol'jin
    Voljin
    Viljin
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    Is Vol'jin just 'virgin' in Zandalari or something/

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    Quote Originally Posted by united View Post
    varian is probably patting himself on the back in hell right now. if his son didn’t take over, the mangled mutt greymane would’ve led the alliance to destruction over his petty grudge with sylvanas.
    Yes, yes, the epic intensity of your butthurt over Genn's shananigans that recently fucked Sylvie over quite neatly is already known to us.
    The longer you keep whining, the more amusing you are, but is that your goal here?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neversage View Post
    Vol'jin
    Voljin
    Viljin
    Virjin
    Virgin

    Is Vol'jin just 'virgin' in Zandalari or something/
    Vol'jin has atleast 1 child, whom we save from Zanzil's mind control in Stranglethorn, his name is Yenniku.

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    They are redpilled about antinatalism. That's why they made it so far and are leaders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tristannarutofan View Post
    the pandaren dont have any real leaders.

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    My point is that there is no reason why we have to think ANY group will be that hindered by the death of its leader, other than Moral and possibly losing a powerful soldier.

    Stormwind has only existed for 20 years, and a few years it was run by a Reagent
    Actually stormwind is quite an old human kingdom but it doesn have a funny history of being run by reagents. Varian's father was killed in battle when he was little and there had to be a reagent there as well just like Anduin.

    For the second point, stability is quite important for any kingdom and the death/abdication of a leader is always an extremely volatile time. People are usually more worried about the instability during the transition and losing the intangibles that came with the current leader and years of rule such as influence, experience and personal loyalties. Not for the loss of the actual physical points the ruler brings, not even all kings/leaders have OP powers such as the prominent leaders of horde and the alliance. Arthas' father had no extraordinary powers but he was a good leader

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    Quote Originally Posted by tristannarutofan View Post
    Stormwind has only existed for 20 years, and a few years it was run by a Reagent
    Actually SW started to rebuild after being sacked by orcs over 30 years ago, lorewise. It has existed for a long time prior to that, and it wasn't just levelled when the orcs came. If we look at our own history, sacked cities were usually very slow to recover (took centuries for Rome to recover even slightly after the damage it suffered in 5th century), but it makes sense for SW to rebuild to its former strength much faster, since it was basically the last human kingdom after Lordaeron was destroyed. Kul Tiras wouldn't be easy to get to for a common refugee. So humans would flood into Stormwind and speed up the rebuilding process. But you're right it doesn't matter it was run by a regent, and not a king, it was the geopolitical situation that decided that.
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