Y Korkran ll bang u across the walls in Orgrimmar at sight. Removed, Blizz makes em fail always ffs :SPS: Vol'jin for the Warchief! It s trollin time for the Horde <3
New warchief...would like new important characters
With everything going on with the Trolls, I'm very weary of a Troll Warchief, which is where it seems we're headed. I can't wait to kill Garash, hoping Jaina follows soon after.
With patch 6.0 Wrathion will be the leader of the Alliahorde. The war will be over once everyone realizes they only hate each other because a little sha had been in them all. The capitals will be open to all races, battlegrounds will become obsolete, and guilds will be able to incorporate both sides. Orcs & Humans, living together, mass hysteria!
For the Saurfang! Let the old badass handle this messy problem! I vote Varok to be next Warchief!
I really hope this is as cool as it sounds.
One other thing of note is that in the Valley Of Strength Gamon is surrounded by Kor'kron Overseers that constantly taunt him but are unwilling to actually engage. I would post a screenshot but for some reason my scrrenshot button isnt working and I can't find it on the key bindings page.
i think this will be like Isle of Giant and Thunder King place, where horde and alli work together.
No offense, but then you have no taste at all.Thrall's a flat idiot character that reeks of self-insert.Tirion and Anduin both have their faults, beleifs, realistic limits, so on.Thrall's none of that, he's just metzen's self-insert fanfic.
One little thing I'd like to point out in all this. A lot of argument is going back and forth about how supposedly Tirion was or was not Alliance, among other lore figures. While I'm not going to say Thrall was not Horde, he DID step down as leader. He did eventually join The Earthen Ring, and since he did all that, the ER has been his top priority, all the way until Vol'jin got his attention with the Hearthstone he sent to him. So in a sense, Thrall was effectively neutral through the whole expansion that everyone was complaining about a Horde character being "shoved down their throats." Just like Tirion was once Alliance, but then became neutral himself. Now, is Thrall still at the most basic level Horde? Certainly. But I don't believe he was more or less important to the storylines in Cata than Tirion was in Wrath. So far we seem to always have a major character come to the forefront for a while. In BC, while it was more focused on the villains, (Kael and Illidan, former Blood Elf and Night Elf, respecitvely), it was fairly evenly split. Wrath, it fell mostly to Arthas (former Prince of Lordaeron, so formerly Alliance), Tirion (formerly Alliance), Darion (formerly Alliance himself, if you go back far enough. His father certainly was). Bolvar Fordragon (Alliance until the end). Horde got some play in Sylvanas, Saurfang, a couple other minor spots, but they certainly were not the focus.Then Cataclysm hits, the focus shifts to Thrall, who steps down as Warchief. Yes, "formerly" Horde, as his Shamanistic duties with the Earthen Ring take precedence. While ends up being the character with the most exposure, he's far from the only big name in the forefront. Malfurion makes a comeback (yes, Hamuul as well, but he's the lesser known of the two), and some interesting things go on with the dwarven leaders (I'm not going to claim to know every detail, being a Horde player primarily, but even I know that was a significant event for Alliance) with the loss of Magni, and the reemergence of the Wildhammers and Dark Irons. Lets not forget both sides gained and lost territories after the Shattering.Now it's pretty much evenly split again. Anduin, Varian, and other Alliance figures are at the forefront again, as are Horde characters like Garrosh (who will ultimatley not last), Vol'jin, Lor'themar and others. I don't believe there has ever truly been a dominant side over the course of the entire game. Which is kind of the point. The story shifts. Do they go about it the same way each expansion? No. But to cry about one or the other getting "shoved down your throat", so to speak, is ludicrous. If you don't enjoy following the character(s) being spotlighted? Fine. You don't have to play this expansion. Wait until the next one if it really bugs you that bad. But you're not the only player in the game. Players of the other faction deserve to have their favorites shine for a while as well. Personally, though I'm a Horde player, I enjoy seeing the stories of all characters. I could care less if the focus for the next two expansions became Alliance figures. I think their lore is just as entertaining. Everyone needs to stop bellyaching about who gets the focus for a short while. It always changes before long.Well, I thought I'd just be making a small point, but realized I had much more to say on the issue. Sorry about that, but there it is.TL,DR:No one is being heavily favored over the other, despite your interpretations to the contrary. Stop crying about it.