That's a lot of words to say no.
Weg knows how to deal with humans. He knows to speak to them, and to stay polite for as long as needed. He knows they're too powerful to fight in the old fashioned way, so he holds on to what he still has by their own rules. If they're lucky, they might never know how much he hates it.
That sounds like an accurate summary of Prym and Ellen! I wonder what this solution might be?
I think, when I decided to pick orcish names from an old-english dictionary, I should have shunned words with special letters.
When not feeling like opening Windows' character table, Thrym spells like... well, like that. *did not feel like opening Windows' character table*
(The words I picked are either qualities or generally good things. Because their mommy wouldn't have called them poopypants.)
I don't know, Weg sounds pretty wise, and now I am very curious to hear his solution!
I like Weg, and I usually never give Orcs much credit.
Considering that orcs are different from one fantasy world to another, they won't always fall exactly into previous expectations. Aside from orcs being physically powerful, inclined to violence and mostly-human-looking-just-a-little-more-bestial, each author will make up whatever they want.
I try to be logical: they wouldn't form cohesive groups or maintain even primitive technology if they were unintelligent. So, most of the time, what they do should make sense. Weg has ruled his clan for twenty years: he has great experience to draw from, and any temptation to prove his power in stupid ways has faded long ago.
I don't know why I love this page so much, but I really really do
Well thanks! I'll try to make more pages that you'll love! C: