Yep, that's me :)
Interesting story, Vas. I think you could've done a little better job at explaining the events around Tirion's exile - mostly the fact that he was given a choice during the trial. Choice to have the entire story forgotten, his lands and name returned to him, and he only had to denounce his friendship with Eitrigg. He refused and was sentenced to eternal exile, his rights and powers of a paladin - stripped off. There is a pretty big story about Tirion and his high esteem of honor. Things even go as far as his family refusing to join him, because (according to his wife's words) he has his honor, why would he need anything else?But otherwise wonderful write-up. Your evidence is a little shabby, but then, all evidence about the future is. It looks like a viable theory.
I'm intentionally short with their backstories, because those are things you can read on Wowwiki--there's not much point in regurgitating it one more time for the sake of writing something. I just wanted to give an introduction to the character to those that are unfamiliar with him.Believe me when I tell you that I'm no stranger to the details of his exile!
Oh, I bet :) But I think it's important in the context of the claims you make. Tirion's sense of honor defines him so much, that if you wanted to write a decent essay about him, you'd have to insert the word "honor" at least once every 4 words.