1. Anduin is awesome and I just can't wait for him to be king.
2. Jaina is standing up for her own and no longer letting people take advantage of her kindness. I can relate to that sentiment.
3. Garrosh (and we at least know how he is deposed) continues to be a giant asshole, though props to Anduin for facing him pretty much alone, I mean I know I was there, but that's a lot of self confidence.
So, in one of the "disguise" quests you get to be a one of Garrosh's Kor'kron and you run into Garrosh's camp and get some information about the Divine Bell. Well, you can mount up while in disguise and I decided to have a little fun, because hey, when do you get to see an Orc on some of these mounts?
They're just cowering, afraid, terrified. I'm sure the vast number of these had nothing to do with it. These were some tough quests.
During Wrath I was solidly Horde all the time and I remember this inn well, it was home. What am I doing here? What have I done?
Having the "Deulist" to fight were kind of cool, I have a soft spot for fencing, but still...what have I done?
At least you had the option to put them to sleep, but I didn't always make it and I was kind of not ok with killing these animals. They certainly had nothing to do with the Sunreaver's choice to aid the Horde. They're just flying around, in distress. Not cool.
Jaina is a force to be reckoned with, and today they learn the strength of her convictions. At least she lets some of them live.
Thank goodness Garrosh is an arrogant fool and he flies off without trying to kill me (I was pleasantly surprised at that) and without checking to see if Anduin really is dead. Now, I know that they are not going to kill the young prince anytime soon, but his injured state led to a few unexpectedly poignant moments.
It's been a good afternoon in Azeroth.