The brutal siege of Orgrimmar is over.
Alliance and Horde forces have stripped Garrosh Hellscream, one of the most reviled figures on Azeroth, of his title as warchief. His thirst for conquest devastated cities, nearly tore the Horde apart, and destroyed countless lives throughout the World of Warcraft.
Now, on the legendary continent of Pandaria, he will stand trial for his transgressions.
Renowned leaders from across the world have gathered to witness this historic event. As the trial unfolds, agents of the bronze dragonflight present shocking visions of Garrosh's atrocities. For many of those in attendance, these glimpses into history force them to relive painful memories and even question their own innocence or guilt. For others, the chilling details stoke the flames of their hatred.
Unbeknownst to anyone, shadowy forces are at work on Azeroth, threatening not only the court's ability to mete out justice…but also the lives of everyone at the trial.
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LAW & OGRE
- Sean ""Not all those who wander are lost" -JRR Tolkien"
Great story, horrible reading.
Compelling, Thoughtful, Tense
The court scene where Goel (Thrall) had to see the atrocities his father committed.
I had to suffer through all 60+ hours of Scott Brick's rendition of Atlas Shrugged. This was the one blight on this otherwise great story. A trash can full of rotten fruit might have pulled off a better performance. Brick lacks the ability to pull off emotion with his monotone, pained voice.
I seriously would recommend no one listen to Scott Brick ever again. Terrible performance.