Johannes Simola on 6. Apr. 2018.
Theramore wasn't in any way a war crime. War crime is defined as (1) crimes against peace, which involved the preparation and initiation of a war of aggression, (2) war crimes (or “conventional war crimes”), which included murder, ill treatment, and deportation, and (3) crimes against humanity, which included political, racial, and religious persecution of civilians. This last category included what is commonly called genocide. 1) the war had already began at that point and there where theramores men in durotar attacking Horde(during cata) and planning on attacking razor hill and ogrimmar. 2) Garrosh has these underhis belt, but most of factions leaders has too but theramore wasn't these 3) there weren't any civilians in Theramore so Garrosh was all in his right to destroy Theramore in any way he saw fit if it wouldn't brake these.
C'mon bring up Theramore as a crime when its maybe morally ambiguous, but not per say a war crime. There where alot other things Garrosh did that could be