The article states that the reason why Mulverick left Alterac Valley was because, “Mulverick, in particular, was disgusted with the amount of crying done by the Frostwolf Clan while battling the Alliance in Alterac...”
The text in the quest log states, “The amount of crying that a hardened soldier does when it comes down to all-out war is amazing! "They're jumping into our tower with their horses!" "Why is their base so well defended?"...”
The comment in the quest log about the enemy forces, "jumping into our tower with their horses!" looks to me like he is quoting an Alliance soldier, because the Frostwolf towers are too high off the ground to jump into, but the Dun Baldar bunkers (specifically the North Bunker, where Mulverick was held prisoner by the Alliance) are low lying and are situated just right where a Horde player could climb the edge of a nearby hill, and jump into the bunker without having to go in through the main entrance (I've done it many times).
So was he really tired of the Horde complaining, or was he tired of Alliance complaining? To me, this just seems to point to he was tired with his Alliance captors complaining about what Horde players were doing, just as Ichman was tired with his Horde captors complaining about what Alliance players were doing. --Jpsblue 03:49, 28 September 2007 (UTC)
- He is generally disgusted by the crying. I suppose he is more pissed with the Frostwolves than the Stormpikes, that is why he said the Frostwolf name. I am just more confused by the fact that he defected to Dragonmaw. --Invin Dranoel 12:16, 28 September 2007 (UTC)
Commander Mulv is basically the "less QQ more pewpew" sort, then. Drakonrage 23:55, 5 March 2008 (UTC)