He's a Slave?Edit
I understand why Valeera is a slave (she stole a talisman from an orc shammy) Lo'Gosh ("An Army Deserter" by Rehgar), but why is Broll one since the Night Elves are for the Alliance? I mean as shown above, there must be some sort of rules as to who and who can't be a slave. Mr.X8 Talk Contribs 01:38, 22 November 2007 (UTC)
- Broll seems far more powerful that Reghar. I Believe after the events with the idol of remulos and all totems but the bear abandoning him, Broll willingly submited himself to gladiatorial bouts to distract himself or something to that effect. Rage of the bear and such. Im going to have to review the comic though. 05:54, 18 May 2008 (UTC)
I don't understand why the spirit of the bear stayed with Broll and the others abandoned him with possibly the best cliffhanger in history at the end of the 4th WoW comic.
He was, not isEdit
I think that all the info should be updated to the last arcs. Why? because the arcs are set before the current events, so now they are as they are in the last arc but, because we don't know yet, they should be as they are in the latest arc.
That means Broll, Valeera and Varian are no longer slaves, as the article says.