Heroes Of The Storm Brings In Garrosh

Heroes of the Storm is a very unique game, as it combines the legacy and history of virtually every Blizzard game ever released into one MOBA title. Through this,...
Garrosh Heroes of the Storm

Heroes of the Storm is a very unique game, as it combines the legacy and history of virtually every Blizzard game ever released into one MOBA title. Through this, we get to play as singular characters from across World of Warcraft, Starcraft, Overwatch, Diablo, and even The Lost Vikings. And when a new character is released, it changes the game in a major way. Well, a new character from World of Warcraft has just entered the Nexus, and he will be a force to be reckoned with.

Garrosh, leader of the Horde and the son of Hellscream has arrived. And with him comes his unwavering determination and ruthless power. The history of Garrosh is tied not only to his family, but obviously to the Horde. His father once did everything he could to bring power to his people and to the Horde, even accepting the blood of a demon to do so. Though he questioned his fathers methods at first, Garrosh soon learned to respect it, and become stronger to honor him. His greatest claim to fame was fighting off the armies of the Lich King in Northend.

Now the leader of the Horde, Garrosh wants nothing more than to prove his strength, and grow the Hordes reach and influence.

In Heroes of the Storm though, he’s a guy you’ll want to be careful around if you’re his enemy. He has the ability to hurl opponents around the map, and with talents like “Unrivaled Strength” that ability gets boosted, and does more damage.

But he’s not just a powerful warrior, because he has some good defenses and even self-healing. Garrosh is a well-rounded warrior, and if you use him well, he will be of great use in Heroes of the Storm.

Are you going to try out Garrosh? Let us know in the comments below!

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