Q:How would you feel if a Tauren wanted to marry someone of the Alliance? Would you call their halfling child still one of your people?
I believe that love should not be ridiculed in any of it’s forms. and yes, the children of such a union, if they were possible, would be my children as well. The Earthmother loves all, and does not discriminate.
Q:What's your favorite food?
Q:Your son is an excellent leader. I'm surprised he was able to keep friendly with the Horde after your dimise by the lug nut who now leads this faction.
Thank you. I am proud beyond measure of Baine. His wisdom will one day surpass even my own, as his compassionate spirit guides him along the path of righteousness.
As for Garrosh, it was not his intent to dishonor me, nor did he do so. He was betrayed by the vile Grimtotems.
Q:Can I have a hug? :<
Of course.^ ^
I see many new faces, but they remain silent.
Yet without speaking, how will I be able to answer? Be not afraid, I’ll gladly share what knowledge I have.
Q:Do you have any advice for me? As I'm sure you know, I seek peace on Kalimdor. But, to be honest, Garrosh doesn't seem to like the idea. Varian either. It's like I'm babysitting teenagers sometimes, getting them to not punch one another. How can I get our two factions to at least tolerate one another?
Garrosh has know nothing but war. He yearns for it because he, like so many others, is afraid of change. Truly, I wish I had been able to instill a sense of peace in him before my end.
Varian I do not know as well, though I have heard of his trials as Lo’Gosh.
Both believe they are in the right, and will not budge unless the other does so first. To do otherwise would be to appear weak. With such strong military ties on both sides, they’re both being pushed into a warlike mindset by the advisers they trust.
My only advice is to keep as much peace as you can, and counsel both against the follies of war so soon after both Northrend and the Cataclysm. Hopefully the new era in Azeroth’s history will also bring with it the peace we so desperately need.
Q:What's it like being dead? Is there an afterlife? Do you just linger on as a ghost?
I cannot speak to there being an afterlife, nor the absence of one. I was needed here, so here I remained. I know that when the Earthmother says it is time to move on, I shall. She guides my spirit to those like you, who question and wonder. Until my time here is truly ended, I seek only to serve.
I see I have new disciples. Welcome, my children. What would you know of me?
Q:ROBOTS OR DINOSAURS?
I know nothing of these “robots”. Is it some new Gnomish invention? Regardless, I have communed with the Earthmother, so my choice is clear. Dinosaurs, those of her bosom.
What a refreshing sight. The plains of Mulgore stretch before me, my people are at least contented, and I….I am…dead? I appear to be so…
Ah, yes. It returns now, the final battle with that misguided youngling. I hold him in no disregard, for he did not know of that foul Grimtotem’s vile designs. He was but an instrument in her game.
No matter. As a spirit, I find an urge to satisfy the needs of others through words and actions of wisdom. Come, little ones. Ask me, and I shall commune with the Earthmother on your behalf.