I think that the driving factor of where souls are sent comes down to intention and integrity.Garrosh did absolutely horrible things, but his intentions were always to make the Horde strong. He did it all in the worst ways, and he did it mostly for his own glory, but he always did want to see a Horde that was "pure and strong" by his standards. And, even in his trial, the Celestials were going to forgive him, because they thought he was redeemable.Then we have Sylvanas. In Cata we were told that her intentions were to see her people thrive and live on, but the end of BfA has thrown that out the window when speaking to her at Windrunner Spire. So, we don't really know her intentions after Edge of Night anymore. It could have always been revenge against the living, or it could have always been to kill all of reality so everyone is equal, and there would be no more prejudice against her and her kind. It could be more noble, or not. She could have been manipulated by the Jailer, or she could be manipulating him. We just have no idea at the very moment.
likely she ended up in the maw because she was already tainted by the maws power from the lichking.while garrosh did some awful stuff he still was in a "certain range" of awful that could be redeeemed
The stories here happen before we enter the Shadowlands, so maybe Denathrius is doing to Garrosh what he plans on doing to Kael'thas at a later date. Maybe he dies in the cinematic from whatever Denathrius will attempt on Kael'thas in Castle Nathria raid that we have to save him from. This seems way more likely to me than anything else.As to the whole "Sylvanas did less than he did at her suicide and going to the maw so why?" Well Revendreth is for those who are deemed redeemable, and the Maw is for those who are deemed irredeemable. Garrosh was misguided but everything he did was for his people to embody his ideals of a strong Horde, at all costs, and he wanted people to see him as the one to lead them to that, so he was prideful and did horrible things but he did it so his people could be strong in his eyes. Sylvanas did everything for herself, her own people are treated as tools, the Horde are seen in her eyes as easily discarded and she doesn't care who she has to send to their death to achieve her goals. Wrathgate happened before her suicide, she willingly bombed the Alliance and Horde soldiers alike to achieve whatever goal she had, then pinned it on a scapegoat. If you really gotta ask why Sylvanas of all people would be more deserving of the Maw than Garrosh then you really don't understand who they were, motivations matter in Shadowlands, and Sylvanas had 0 good motivations and was entirely self serving. She would be seen as irredeemable.
please no gorrosh again
What if those who commit suicide are sent directly into the Maw?
I think some souls go straight to the Maw. Basically judged to be irredeemable. Here's why Garrosh, Kael'thas, and even Arthas are not irredeemable. Garrosh went down a dark path as warchief. He was not ready and was still trying to live up to his father's legacy. It's only recently that Orcs as a people have begun to see alternatives to their belief that might is right. Orc clans on Draenor routinely fought against each other for land or power. Typically the greater the difference between clans, the greater the chance it would end in bloodshed. To Garrosh the Alliance was so different from the Horde that a lasting peace could only be achieved through domination. Given more time, prior to becoming warchief, he might have learnt this wasn't the case. Everything Garrosh did he did for his people, misguided as it was. He is not a selfish character. The same can be said for Kael'thas. He allied with Illidan to save his people from mana withdrawal. Believing fel magic not so bad anymore it made the choice to ally with Kil'jaeden easier. All was done in the belief it was the best path for his people. Arthas is the same story. He butchered Stratholm in order to prevent more deaths than was necessary. He pursued Mal'ganis to Northrend believing his death would end the scourge. He took up Frostmourne believing it would help him to save his people. All went on a quest for dark power in the belief it would save their people. Each was ultimately corrupted by that power. Garrosh first with iron then with the void, Kael'thas with the fel, and Arthas with the darkness of the Maw. Sylvanas, in undeath at least, has only ever served her own selfish interests. She ruled and used the Forsaken to help her achieve vengeance against Arthas. When Arthas died she took her life as there was no reason left for her to live. Not for the Horde, and not for her Forsaken. She only came back when exposed to the horror of the Maw, her eternal resting place. Ever since then her one goal has been to avoid that dark fate. From allying with the Jailer, to raising more undead, to becoming warchief, to starting a war that could not be won, and finally abandoning the Horde when they would no longer serve. Garrosh, Kael'thas, and Arthas can all be shown how their pursuit of power ultimately brought more pain and suffering to their people. Their duty to others is their redeemable quality. Sylvanas has nothing. She abandoned her duty as soon as she was forced to watch Silvermoon fall.
Garrosh is Blizzard's Jar Jar Binks. He just won't go away.But let me spitball something here: Garrosh died in alternative reality Draenor. If his soul somehow got to canon timeline's Shadowlands, did all the other dead in Draenor also go there? What about Velen, whose counterpart died? There's a Velen soul there while the canon Velen is alive?
My copper says Garry is gonna get an ursoc
Where is the videoo!
I think undead go straight to the maw whatever they did, probably cause they are reanimated with the power of the maw. So sylvana --> maw but not necessary garosh.