poor Garrosh. i think he's misunderstood. kinda makes me wonder what happened to that one part at the end of Stonetalon Mountains where you got a chance to see some character development that isn't so jerkish. Garrosh reminds me a bit of Gollum in Two Towers. you start to sympathize with his character for being tortured. all of a sudden in Return of the King, he's a primo baddie with no development except for Sam calling him a "villain" explicitly (btw, for any story writers out there, always show, don't tell). i still think that as a raid boss we get either Hoggar and/or Gamon. if anything as part of the Garrosh raid, they absolutely need to include Hoggar and Gamon. come on. the WoW community deserves it's own credit there for creating their own lore. Gamon should be nearly invulnerable and have even more boosted abilities to one shot people. there should be something like a meter where people who have killed Gamon XXX number of times in the past get a big target on their forehead where Gamon gains a mega-revenge ability. same with Hoggar. if Gamon doesn't become a raid boss, he should become a hero that you fight along side with that teaches karma, redemption and humility.
Where was it explicitly stated he need have gone "berserk?" Maybe he just went too far with the conquest or pushing of war in a place that seems to promote more of a peaceful lifestyle and the Alliance and Horde thought they preferred peace, therefore deciding upon a truce to take down the warmonger.Unless you actually have a citation, but I have yet to find any statements saying so (using find to check any sources I can and they all pretty much say Garrosh is just the final boss...and that's about it, no fleshing out on what he's going to be like)
The lost of his fleet starts it from what the Pandaren joining the Horde scene is saying.
That still seems like some serious grasping. I mean hell, he lost most of his warfleet in Twilight Highlands, didn't he? There was nothing mentioned there about that pissing him off or being the start of insanity/berserkness/bloodlust/whatever you want to associate with Garrosh not being himself by patch 5.X.* So at the risk of sounding like a jerk, how is losing a fleet of ships at the beginning of a Pandaria campaign any different, if not a lesser tragedy?*Obviously the last major content patch number. Who said it has to be 3?
Assuming it is madness, anyways.
That doesn't mean it has to be madness. Seriously...