B. No he's only the leader of the northern branch of the Order of the Silver Hand.
I personally think this is the answer. The playable human and dwarven paladins are said to be members of the Silver Hand (even in post-Cataclysm quests) and they are very much a part of the Alliance.
C. There hasn't been sufficient evidence given in the game or other sources to make either of those claims definitively.
I think he's looking for an answer from Blizzard itself... but he's not liable to get one here. The only Blizzard employee who posted on matters of lore was Nyorloth, and he was laid off almost a year ago.
Daelin? Yeah please he 's.....lawful evil? or chaotic evil? /shrug
Admiral Proudmoore went after the orcs because they were convicted criminals who staged a violent jailbreak and stole Alliance ships. He found them building bases and raising an army in another land. He didn't know they were trying to change their ways; he thought they were gathering their strength and preparing for a repeat of the Second War. He took action to prevent that from coming to pass. His intentions were noble, but he ended up making things worse because he didn't have all the facts.
What resulted wasn't a battle of Good vs. Evil. It was more like Lawful Good coming into conflict with Chaotic Good due to a misunderstanding. That's what made it tragic.
12/08/2012 03:56 PMMetzen is vice president?
Posted by Noitora
Note that there's no "President of Story" at Blizzard; vice president is the highest rank one can hold there short of being president of the whole company. For example:
Michael Morhaime, CEO and President of Blizzard Entertainment
Frank Pearce, Executive Vice President of Product Development
Rob Pardo, Executive Vice President of Game Design
Chris Metzen, Senior Vice President of Story and Franchise Development