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User Info: piplupzero

piplupzero
4 years ago#1
Are they STILL having problems with how they want to portray Garrosh?
I"Why dont we kill all their children?"
Garrosh: "Theres a difference between killing and murder."

*5 seconds later*

Garrosh: "Die anduin!"

Lolwut?
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User Info: Lightning Bolt

Lightning Bolt
4 years ago#2
You act like this game has writers.
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User Info: Sativa_Rose

Sativa_Rose
4 years ago#3
Maybe they don't want Garrosh to be a completely one dimensional character?
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User Info: piplupzero

piplupzero
4 years ago#4
Id rather one dimensional than two completely opposite, conflicting dimensions.
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User Info: gordonshumay

gordonshumay
4 years ago#5
It's not really a stretch. Since his introduction Garrosh has been a slave to his emotions. Now he is butthurt that he lost a duel, and throwing a global sized temper tantrum.
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User Info: Ness0123456789

Ness0123456789
4 years ago#6
That part really bothered me too, it was just poor story telling. Garrosh has made it very clear in the past he has no issues with killing children, such as when he disagreed with Saurfangs belie that the Draenei Children in Outland were innocent.

Garrosh is evil, he has no moral fiber and has proven time and time again that he is willing to do anything, kill anyone, and destroy everything in his obsession with killing Varian and destroying the Alliance.

Having a line that directly contradicts this this for the sake of trying to make an already morally bankrupt character seem human is, as I said, poor story telling and felt painfully out of character for him, and for the entire scene.
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