How many people would be put to the sword for not having answered "his call"?
I wouldn't go as far as to liken Ulfric to Hitler, but you know, there is something in looking at what people have done in the past.
There's no proof any of that is true since no on in Markarth actually backs up any of that. Its funny that the board loves ysgrammor and Ulfric is his present day clone and everyone hates him.
Jarl to the same city, loves his people and starts a war rally against elves. He was in training to be a greybeard left to fight in the war for his people, gets capture and tortured. Released and starts a rebellion, escapes alduin himself and the executioners block in a fated meeting with the dragon born.
People its an epic story if I ever heard one, where's your sense of adventure and good story telling?! Ulfric purposely has an interesting and detailed back story, tullius is just there.
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