Sure, after the act 3 finale destroyer became a much more interesting character. I knew he would not fight Rangul with the minor clans but just use them as cannon fodder during the invasion or else.I was wondering if the most recent chapter & interlude
would make a person or two throw in another comment regarding the Destroyer.
And surprisingly his goal is the most likely to be achieved out of all the orcs that are part of Rangul's group. The others either want to conquer the kingdoms and defeat the demons or take revenge on the humans, and both of these goals have very low chances of success. The Destroyer only seeks to kill as many as possible, and this is very easy to accomplish for an individual like him.After talking to the prophet he knew that something is going to change, either winning or losing the war. He knows that they´ll most probably lose the war even with his help and yet wants to die for his dream.
Considering his personality, these are some of the things that can happen:I hope he survives after the second orc book but he´ll probably die to Okri´s hands to have some sort of development.
I dont think he´ll die against cleavehand´s defenses, the only regiment that can 1v1 the bloodhand clan is the Bull regiment and they´ll be gone to fight for Genethas.Considering his personality, these are some of the things that can happen:
-He will fight on the frontlines against Cleavehand's defenses and die there
-If he survives, and when the Demons attack, he will fight them in order to buy the other orcs time to retreat
-If he survives the second and separates from Rangul, he can be swayed by Rath to join on his quest to kill Greymoore and most likely die during it
-If he survives the second but stays with Rangul, he might be killed by Okri as revenge, unless Amari tells her to spare him as he could be useful
If I'm not mistaken, most of the command chain of the Wolf regiment is actually human. I'm not sure but I think the Wolfguards (the helmet wearing knights of the regiment) are also human. As for why the werewolves obey them, when humans are transformed into werewolves they apparently lose all previous memories and are immediately indoctinated to serve the empire unquestionably. They seem to have near human intelligence so, in the end, they behave like any other army... except for a particular taste in raw meat.Why do the wolves obey Zoia?
I know she's very Gardon, in terms of brutality and violence, but I don't think it's just that. Does she have something in her blood that makes the wolves see her as one of them? Or is it like the loyalty of a dog to the master? It seems strange to me that a normal human commands a regiment of wolves and werewolves, only with violence (if that is the method).