Except I'm going to turn your analogy on its head just by saying we're paying $15 for our McDonald's and you're paying $15 for your Grade A Wagyu Beef.
We arent getting Grade A Wagyu Beef. Contary to what you think we arent having it that good. Grass is greener.
Also, he's not your warchief. You say it like you ever liked Garrosh. Garrosh isn't your warchief anymore either as of 5.3, sad you don't get a choice in the matter.
This argument might wash if you guys didnt keep bringing up cata. You know, the expansion Garrosh in all his jerkyness was force fed down horde players throats weither we like it or not and the faction we loved got tossed down the path to the ruin it is now. Do remember we were still playing good little Garrosh lackeys as recently as the start of 5.1.
However, I will say that constantly eating your 'more expensive' food as you put it, has made you extremely uncaring to the plight of those stuck with Mc Donalds.
But who cares right? You're be taken care of.
There are plenty of horde players who have been very sympathetic to the issues Alliance player have. Contary to what alot of you think, horde players arent smerking at you and dont have it in for you. Our problem usually arises when you falsely portray our side of things as some type of promised land and propose solutions which require our experiance to end up in the toilet.
I hope you believe me when I tell you this, but I too would like to not have to drag you into it.
However, it is a Double Edged Sword at the moment, and we need to make comparisson's to the story line in given situations to prove points. The other fact of that we are constantly being absorbed into 'Horde' story lines is one of the major issues of being alliance.
Fair enough but there are a number of issues here that stem from the direction that blizzard has taken the story. They have kind of written themselves into a corner cause the Alliance has very little logical reason to take it easy on any part of the horde now that the horde is at its mercy.
Further, they have trapped themselves with how they can provide content for both. Without having completely different event areas with different quest lines, which they cant do due to the development time and resources, the two stories have to share in game resources. In this same situation they want to get the two groups to start working together while at the same time not like each other. They have made it hard on each others.
Dont get me wrong. Ive seen the Alliance starting quests vs the Horde ones. I do have issues with the Horde ones but they are pretty minor and stem from other issues with the story. The Alliance quest though are rubbish. Considering what they could have done with a infiltration/sabotage plot and the tech they have at their disposal to do so the quest are extremely disappointing.
Having shared content has been a problem for a long time and was actually an issue for the horde first. Ive followed Brann around quite alot of titan facilities. Infact Ulduar had no horde reps present at all and we were the ones who didnt walk out of the meeting. Even after the Reliquary was introduced I follow Brann around.
This is a problem Blizz has with using faction characters as neutrals. People dont like their heros going neutral and also dont like following characters from the opposite faction.
If we want to get into interfaction interaction issues theres a whole other set of stuff to discuss but this wall of text is already long enough. My key point from my earlier post is that its more productive to point out what is wrong with the Alliance experiance rather than going on about what the horde has that you dont have.