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  1. #141
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    How to fix Baine?

    Have Nathanos go BM and tame him, problem solved. I'm fairly sure most of the player base won't actually notice the transition. -Although given the amount of Nathanos gets, they might be suspicious when the old bull gets more screen time.

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    Have him be possesed by Cairne's spirit, completely blocking out all of Baine's personality. Forever.

    Yeah, it's cheap, but he doesn't deserve more than that anyway.

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    While I consider Baine to be a rather bland character, I don't feel he needs to be turned into yet another grimdark 'Rarrr war smash revenge' character. You'd think 3 or 4 leader of that category per Faction would be enough for people. He would gain a lot from following through with what he stands for, though, instead of going "I don't think we should do that" - "Yes we should" - "oh ok, fine then.".

    All that aside, reading the almost borderline snuff porn fantasies some people here seem to have about killing him off really worries me about a certain percentage of the player base. Some people really ought to take a deep breath and realize this is just a fictional character in a computer game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RangerDaz View Post
    I thought all cool and edgy people in BfA liked to bash Sylvanas. It seems that the new edgy trend now is to bash Saurfang and Baine instead.


    i'll will give my contribution for this thread tough. I feel Baine and Saurfang will rejoin and stand up to Sylvanas and say this is not going well at all, and tough decisions need to be made. Maybe at that time Blizzard will finally figure out what to say in relation to the explaination of the reason that made Sylvanas warchief, and which character really wanted her to be warchief.
    both Saurfang and Baine right now are the biggest traitors to the horde since the first cannot follow his own plan and always wanting to try his life away and the other for having direct communications with the enemy leader and giving information about the horde movements that could result in the dead of many horde soldiers even his own people among them until sylvannas call it out.

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    TBH, Blizzard really struggle with anything that goes beyond the Humans vs Orcs war -with the odd forsaken thrown in. I think I'd rather they ignore the racial leaders than the way they are dealing with them at present.

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    Take a nice, big log.
    Spin it around.
    Crush Sylvanas's fucking head with it.

    I'd be happy with that development.
    I thought what I'd do was, I'd pretend I was one of those deaf-mutes
    Or should I?

  7. #147
    Quote Originally Posted by GetCrunk View Post
    Do you know anything about war or recruiting allies?
    Yes, I know that only madmen fight to the last man, but hey, it's not like Blizz will portray this realistically in the first place. They have the Lich Queen worshiper himself tell her they're about to lose, when he can be expected to tell her that only if the situation is truly dire for the Horde.

    Baine is the only sane person in the room, realizing if they continue or worse escalate it, they will be wiped out. Shriek "weak" all you like, all it does is confirm you aren't interested in a believable story. I know that the Horde ethos is chest-thumping BS about Victory or Death (that they have yet to follow), but don't worry, the Horde will wriggle out of having to live up to those words yet again.

    Imo maybe some leaders but not Baine he betray The Horde when he alerted Jaina about Garrosh and he was caught by Sylvanas having a secret communication with Anduin.
    Garrosh and the Horde told him to fuck off when the Grimtotems overthrew Thunder Bluff. Jaina and the Alliance helped him. He repaid his debt by warning her to get the civilians out. The faction that raves about honor sure seems to have no concept of it.

    And me as Horde player to be force to negotiate with Alliance. After the SoO fiasco where is stated that The Horde exist only because Alliance let it be. To make The Horde a wimp again NO!
    If there was a snowball's chance in Hell that Blizz would actually let either side lose and be wiped out, rather than business as usual, I'd applaud this suicidal urge many Hordies seem to have.

    then and only then Baine can start to negotiate.
    So negotiations can only begin when the Horde wins. In other words, when they can dictate terms to a defeated enemy. Is it REALLY so hard to understand why Baine doesn't want to be completely defeated and have terms dictated to him? Who exactly doesn't understand war (besides Blizzard, of course)?
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    I'll buy an Anduin shirt if Delaryn doesn't end up betraying Sylvanas by the end of the expansion.
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    "Orc want, orc take." and "Orc dissagrees, orc kill you to win argument."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thundering View Post
    This is bs Theramore was just a harbour city that let the alliance adventures land and use it. The Alliance troops where let to land and move awey from there due to the horde aggression was threatening the city, and that aggression was the thing that destroyed it. It was and always been the horde that betrayed Jaina.
    No, the Horde didn't betray Jaina more than Jaina betrayed the Horde. She may have been a pacifist but still allowed her city and her troops to be used for war and said troops actively participated in extremely aggressive actions throughout Kalimdor, included Durotar itself. Sure, the mana bomb may have been an overkill but Theramore was a martial city and an attack against it wasn't only warranted but pretty much expected.
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    It's a general rule though that if you play horde you are a bad person irl. It's just a scientific fact.
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    The game didn't give me any good reason to hate the horde. Forums did that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xisa View Post
    Take a nice, big log.
    Spin it around.
    Crush Sylvanas's fucking head with it.

    I'd be happy with that development.
    You forgot 4th (and most important) step.

    Call anduin "My king".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cucultlan View Post
    Making a pact of no agression to the horde with Thrall and breaking it, even if Thrall was no longer the warchief at the time doesnt diminish that she broke it and per se betrayed the Horde by doing it.
    Thrall was succeeded by a Warchief with a known animus for the Alliance and a pronounced pro-war bent - Jaina or the Alliance holding to the pact of non-aggression made with the far more moderate Thrall would've been disastrous for them. I agree that breaking the pact is a technical betrayal, but Garrosh's stated intent broke the pact in spirit well before the Alliance military was mobilized in central Kalimdor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aucald View Post
    Thrall was succeeded by a Warchief with a known animus for the Alliance and a pronounced pro-war bent - Jaina or the Alliance holding to the pact of non-aggression made with the far more moderate Thrall would've been disastrous for them. I agree that breaking the pact is a technical betrayal, but Garrosh's stated intent broke the pact in spirit well before the Alliance military was mobilized in central Kalimdor.
    Don't you know that the Horde is never in the wrong?
    Quote Originally Posted by Super Dickmann View Post
    I'll buy an Anduin shirt if Delaryn doesn't end up betraying Sylvanas by the end of the expansion.
    Quote Originally Posted by Alex86el View Post
    "Orc want, orc take." and "Orc dissagrees, orc kill you to win argument."
    Why no, people don't just like Sylvie for T&A: https://www.mmo-champion.com/threads...ery-Cinematic/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aucald View Post
    Thrall was succeeded by a Warchief with a known animus for the Alliance and a pronounced pro-war bent - Jaina or the Alliance holding to the pact of non-aggression made with the far more moderate Thrall would've been disastrous for them. I agree that breaking the pact is a technical betrayal, but Garrosh's stated intent broke the pact in spirit well before the Alliance military was mobilized in central Kalimdor.
    Which still doesn't matter given how hard did jaina pretended to be "neutral" (while supporting one side of conflict).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aucald View Post
    Thrall was succeeded by a Warchief with a known animus for the Alliance and a pronounced pro-war bent - Jaina or the Alliance holding to the pact of non-aggression made with the far more moderate Thrall would've been disastrous for them. I agree that breaking the pact is a technical betrayal, but Garrosh's stated intent broke the pact in spirit well before the Alliance military was mobilized in central Kalimdor.
    Except Garrosh himself was reacting to Alliance hostile behaviour over a false flag on a completely different front. Jaina neverheless enabled an attack on primarily tauren territories with troops, supplies and logistics.
    Dickmann's Law: As a discussion on the Lore forums becomes longer, the probability of the topic derailing to become about Sylvanas approaches 1.

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    Baine would need to be shaken to the core to do something.
    His beliefs would've to be entirelly shattered for him to change his personality.

    Whatever happens, Baine should stop asking for peace. No time for asking.
    If he wants peace, then fucking fight for it.

    Someone is causing trouble? Don't send a letter asking him to stop. Beat the crap out of him, enforce his will on whoever his enemy is.
    Since Tauren are noble creatures, I don't think he needs to outright kill said enemy, but simply marching through and showing what will happen if they break peace again might work.


    He would still be a pacifist, but not a submissive moron with no initiative.
    This world don't give us nothing. It be our lot to suffer... and our duty to fight back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Feanoro View Post
    Don't you know that the Horde is never in the wrong?
    Right and wrong seldom figure into political entanglements and disagreements. Neither does objectivity in the vast majority of cases.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arrashi View Post
    Which still doesn't matter given how hard did jaina pretended to be "neutral" (while supporting one side of conflict).
    Jaina aspired to neutral diplomacy, but no ruler rules alone - Jaina had keys to satisfy and those above her in power whose orders she had to accede to. Not to say she didn't make her own fair share of mistakes, but pre-Theramore Jaina was perhaps the best diplomat to the Horde that the Alliance could ask for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wildberry View Post
    He literally betrayed the Horde. No amount of "but we need TWO SIDES!!"-arguments are going to change that fact.
    if somebody betrayed, that's sylvanas.
    she betrayed many things the Horde stands for, or at least, says it stands for.

    when you are given an unconstitutional order by the prime minister, you dont follow it,
    you take the prime minister down for not upholding the constitution.

    though, to be fair, i doubt the Orcs have any sort of written laws anywhere.
    except for "Orc want, orc take." and "Orc dissagrees, orc kill you to win argument."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Super Dickmann View Post
    Except Garrosh himself was reacting to Alliance hostile behaviour over a false flag on a completely different front. Jaina neverheless enabled an attack on primarily tauren territories with troops, supplies and logistics.
    Garrosh's opposition to the Alliance existed well before the Wrathgate crisis occurred (e.g. his conversation and posturing with Saurfang in the Borean Tundra). Jaina's role in General Hawthorne's campaign in the Southern Barrens is questionable at best, as well; he is killed before any in the Alliance leadership can recall or question him formally about what occurred in Taurajo. The origin of the conflict is also hotly contested - it is difficult to ascertain if Garrosh's desire to fortify the Barrens as solidly Horde territory by attacking Alliance interests in the region, or if the Alliance took advantage of the Cataclysm to reinforce and redouble their interests and so drew the ire of the Horde.
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    We did but build his pedestal,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aucald View Post
    Garrosh's opposition to the Alliance existed well before the Wrathgate crisis occurred (e.g. his conversation and posturing with Saurfang in the Borean Tundra). Jaina's role in General Hawthorne's campaign in the Southern Barrens is questionable at best, as well; he is killed before any in the Alliance leadership can recall or question him formally about what occurred in Taurajo. The origin of the conflict is also hotly contested - it is difficult to ascertain if Garrosh's desire to fortify the Barrens as solidly Horde territory by attacking Alliance interests in the region, or if the Alliance took advantage of the Cataclysm to reinforce and redouble their interests and so drew the ire of the Horde.
    I'm not arguing over whether she did Taurajo or not, it's mostly irrelevant. Rather that Garrosh didn't betray her because he never had any made guarantees towards Theramore and was very blunt about his hostility and that by enabling the leading of Alliance war efforts through Theramore and the use of its troops, Jaina had made Theramore an Alliance military target which was viable for a war effort. Attacking it wasn't any form of treachery. The treatment of Theramore as some kind of bastion of peace was ridiculous in the book as well, but the playerbase has all the means to know better.

    As a side note, Barrens at least is clearly the Alliance as the invading party as their holdings before the Cataclysm amounted to one keep, none of them in the region that'd become the main contested area.
    Dickmann's Law: As a discussion on the Lore forums becomes longer, the probability of the topic derailing to become about Sylvanas approaches 1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex86el View Post
    if somebody betrayed, that's sylvanas.
    she betrayed many things the Horde stands for, or at least, says it stands for.

    when you are given an unconstitutional order by the prime minister, you dont follow it,
    you take the prime minister down for not upholding the constitution.

    though, to be fair, i doubt the Orcs have any sort of written laws anywhere.
    except for "Orc want, orc take." and "Orc dissagrees, orc kill you to win argument."
    Wha? You’re straight up contradicting yourself here dude. No amount of asspull logic will convince anyone with a brain to believe Sylvanas is a betrayer but Garrosh isn’t.

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    Both Garrosh and Sylvanas are literally unable to betray the Horde unless they leave because the Blood Oath for all intents and purposes makes them the Horde.
    Dickmann's Law: As a discussion on the Lore forums becomes longer, the probability of the topic derailing to become about Sylvanas approaches 1.

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