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  • Few would call Thrall's actions evil, while few would argue that Arthas' actions were not eventually so.

    The Horde is Evil

  • But our big winner, who is to be commended not only for his [I am assuming gender here, apologies if I guessed wrong] prediction -- but also for getting into the spirit of the whole "using quatloos to bet" thing by his use of the word "Thrall" in his entry -- as he made a two-part bet:

    Chris Weigant: Friday Talking Points [141] -- Rahm's Exit Contest Winner Announced

  • But our big winner, who is to be commended not only for his [I am assuming gender here, apologies if I guessed wrong] prediction -- but also for getting into the spirit of the whole "using quatloos to bet" thing by his use of the word "Thrall" in his entry -- as he made a two-part bet:

    Chris Weigant: Friday Talking Points [141] -- Rahm's Exit Contest Winner Announced

  • But our big winner, who is to be commended not only for his [I am assuming gender here, apologies if I guessed wrong] prediction -- but also for getting into the spirit of the whole "using quatloos to bet" thing by his use of the word "Thrall" in his entry -- as he made a two-part bet:

    Chris Weigant: Friday Talking Points [141] -- Rahm's Exit Contest Winner Announced

  • But our big winner, who is to be commended not only for his I am assuming gender here, apologies if I guessed wrong prediction -- but also for getting into the spirit of the whole "using quatloos to bet" thing by his use of the word "Thrall" in his entry -- as he made a two-part bet:

    Chris Weigant: Friday Talking Points [141] -- Rahm's Exit Contest Winner Announced

  • "Thrall" is their own term for the mind control they have over their human Hosts and the Herds.

    Touch of Evil

  • Air rules the power of thought, Go’el, known as Thrall, son of Durotan and Draka.

    The Shattering

  • Air rules the power of thought, Go’el, known as Thrall, son of Durotan and Draka.

    The Shattering

  • "Thrall" then, as now, meant "bondage" or "slavery"; it comes from an Old Norse word, "thraell," which is probably related to an Old High German word for servant.

    Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day

  • "Thrall" then, as now, meant "bondage" or "slavery"; it comes from an Old Norse word, "thraell," which is probably related to an Old High German word for servant.

    Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day

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