12/10/2012 08:51 PMPosted by FyersingThis is the thing I take issue with. Some, yeah, but I think any 'sizeable' portion of blood elves wanting to go back to the Alliance is wishful thinking. They're smug, immature, self-centered jerks.
An excerpt from Lor'themar Theron: In the Shadow of the Sun by Sarah Pine:Lor'themar stood and went to the shelf to top up his drink. "I worry that if we give him authority to act on our behalf, he would—intentionally or not—promise something from us that I am not willing to give." Lor'themar paused and looked toward the carved ceiling. "Then again, if enough sin'dorei follow him to Dalaran, he will end up their de facto leader anyway, and I am loath to have him acting as such without obligation to the cro—Silvermoon."
Emphasis mine. He's at the very least concerned that enough Blood Elves are interested in rekindling old allegiances that he's willing to loosen his grip on them so as not to push them away.
That was Dalaran, not the Alliance. The HE's have always been strongly tied to the Kirin Tor, having been instrimental in its formation. Keal'thas was once one of the Six.
The Alliance on the other hand the bulk of the HE population broke of membership with after the second war. For that matter it took alot of arm twisting by Lothar to get them to get invested in the war against the orcs to start with originally.
In short, BE attitudes towards Dalaran does not equal DE attitudes towards the Alliance.