Something we need to keep in mind is that the people of Azeroth don't have the birds eye view of the plot that we do. This is the second time the Sunreavers, even if Aethas is innocent, have betrayed her. First Thelan, and now the sunreavers in Dalaran apparently allowed the incident inside Darnassus to occur. It may not be the right thing to do, but I can definitely see why Jaina would oust the Sunreavers.
:O OMFG THE SH!T JUST GOT REAL....THEY MANAGED TO PISS TYRANDE OFF.....OMFG.....KIRIN TOR....I THINK I MESSED MY UNDERWEAR (faints)
About freaking time War!
"I just wanted them to hand us our award! But they were just talk!, talk!, talk!......" - Wrathion
I'm liking the developments, also pretty damn good voice acting!
Well, in the part with the Sunreavers, the Thelen guy wasn't even a Sunreaver proper; so in a way they were made to look bad not once, but twice. Which I kinda feel bad for. They seemed more a victim of being at the wrong place at the wrong time twice, in a sense. And true, she didn't want to drown them or anything like that.
I actually wonder what some of the guys like Khadgar going to say about someone just up and saying ''Welp! We're part of a faction now! Just because!'
I play both Horde and Alliance(my guild is Horde, I honestly would play whatever side they moved to, I really don't care), but I'd honestly have LESS problems with, say, the Alliance taking over the Barrens that I do someone just saying a neutral faction now belongs to one of the sides. I can't say why, but something rubs me wrong about it. Hell, I'd personally rather the Alliance take over the Barrens, Feralas AND take back Dustwallow instead of them moving a neutral faction over. I guess since I can't stand the war anyway, my neutral factions are the ones where I sorta find 'solace', so when they start taking sides it irritates me far more than entire zones being lost or won, which I don't really care about. (I'll rail just as hard if another neutral faction decides to become Horde, since that'll give me *even less* sane people to hang out with. :P)
Remember the lessons of the past, but do not become lost in nostalgia. Seize the moment whenever possible, but not when it could do you great harm down the road. And look to the future as far as you can, but do not become complacent waiting for a brighter future to come to you. For the past, present, and future all have their place in the human psyche, and to see one as superior to the others is the most grievous error a person can make in life.