* Thanks for the idea, Khizzara!
[Okay, we knew the “every day” thing wasn’t going to hold up forever! But, we have one more installment of this episode coming…SOON ™.]
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I literally laughed out loud when Gurtash dropped his sketchbook.
Aw, “doeling” actually sounds pretty endearing! Garrosh, you sap, you ;P
Son of a pariah, and daughter of another (genocidal) species.
These have been hysterical – thanks for the laugh, it was definitely appreciated. :D
(Dangit, Blizz — hire Averry! His Garrosh makes much more sense than yours!)
She sounds like only a quarter orc. Are you sure the mother wasn’t already a half-draenei. Hmm, Garona…
I … don’t think it works like that. There’s no way she’s less than half orc unless her dad’s less than full orc. And if you’re saying that, well, been nice knowing you, man.
Well, I think we can all stop wondering where the term “birdbrain” came from…
I mean, those orcish traits are very diluted. Maybe… Garrosh’s mother wasn’t an orc? Maybe she was half-draenei?
@Arakkoa: Da origin of “pigeonhole” has yer name on it. Seriously, mon, it be just one of dose tings people don’t wanna talk about.
Mebbe someday when all dis generation has passed on, but it ain’t now.
I’m pretty sure Garona would have noticed if she’d given birth to Shay.
Or to Garrosh.
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