Thrall – What will happen to him?

March 9, 2012
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He’s arguably the most famous character in WoW’s lore, but in Cataclysm, he was given a complete overhaul.  Chris Metzen has all but admitted Thrall is his favorite character, “It’s not that I’m an Alliance or Horde fan; I’m a Thrall fan.”  So, why all the recent changes? From a writer’s perspective, it’s obvious Metzen […]

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Nazgrel – Future Warchief of the Horde?

January 31, 2012
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In WarCraft lore, there is an orc military commander who is descended from a famous orc war-hero. He is revered among his people, has served as a close advisor to Thrall, and there is even a named axe that has been passed down through his line. Sounds familiar doesn’t it? Except it isn’t Garrosh– it’s […]

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What Happens to Thrall in Cataclysm?

October 6, 2010
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“What happens to Thrall?”, it’s the one question I’ve been asked most about the new expansion.  Normally with a question like this, I refer the person  to, but in this case… let’s speculate. First though, bear with me… I have a rant, but I promise you it’ll tie back to Thrall.

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Thrall and Jaina

March 21, 2008

I recently finished the book Cycle of Hatredby Keith R. A. DeCandido. It’s decent, and if you’re into books set in the Warcraft universe I’d definitely say give it a look. There’s one reason though in particular that I bring it up here. It pushes the Thrall/Jaina lore that has been lacking. As some of […]

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Garona as Mrs. Thrall?? Eh… What!?!

January 6, 2008

Remember Gladiator? That movie with Russel Crowe? Fun movie… won the Oscar, and had a climax that was a complete let down. Why? Because it kept repeating the same promise throughout the movie only to completely abandon it in the third act. What am I talking about? Russel Crowe’s army. The movie keeps strongly inferring […]

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