As tensions mount, the pent up anger begins to show in the Horde. There are forces at work, wheels spinning outside of the story that come in small details from the Orc commanders. A plan for counterattack, forces beginning to mobilize in eager anticipation, the Darkspear outraged over a vicious attack, etc. Vol’jin from one perspective seems aloof which is part of his hunter training – you never know what’s going on in his mind and he always has a backup plan. His frustration does show and I wanted to keep that reality that leadership isn’t some disconnected position of telling other people what to do; it’s often trying to balance a number of conflicting opinions with the least amount of disaster.