Time and time again, I see people pointing out that that horde rebelion is "Interlal matter". Why do they say that? It is clearly not.
Now lets state it clearly: Theese people are Horde fanboys that are trying to justify the focus on their faction In that patch. I, on the other hand, am an Alliance fanboy who is trying to do the same, but vice versa. I am trying to prove that the Alliance got the short end of the stick in that patch big time with their questline in Durotar. It was lame. At least compared to the horde one, wich was great, it had lots of fun stuff. Like Trall and Chen playing electrify the Kor'kron.
If you are a horde player and you are now angrily going to comment, opposing me, please, stick with the read, see things from my point of view. Or I shall strike you with this gun
Congrats to the 1 guy that got the pun.
Now let's focus on the notion why the so called "horde rebellion" is not an internal matter entirely. While it was started by the trolls who are opressed, A LOT of Alliance characters want Garrosh dead too, and they have great interest in seeing him dead. Namely Varian, who wishes to gut him for what he did to his son and the Alliance as a whole, and Jaina, who wishes to freeze him so hard that even Ragnaros wouldn't be able to unfreeze him, because he destroyed all she worked for for her entire life (seriosly, she seems rather chill about the fact that he destroyed her town )
Yet, in the Alliance questline in Durotar that concerns that rebellion, we meet 2 spies and a mechanical cat in a cloak-field. Jaina and Varian are not heard of, they seem like they dont care much about what is happening.
Before you tell me: "well what they should have done then" or "what more you want, the alliance is carefull" I can tell you that yea, it might be carefull with the spies at first, but when it is confirmed that the rebellion is going in full force, and when it is confirmed vol'jin needs alliance help, there should have been a more to the alliance story. Like an small covert attack on the shores of Durotar and a construction of a small alliance camp.
Everyone knows that the Alliance dosen't have much resources to spare on a full-blown invasion yet, and is not fully mobilized its fleets to strike Durotar and Orgrimmar in a major way, this is why the invasion is small and the camp is small too, like the rebellion's camp. Alliance could set up in Tiragarde just fine. And this is where the current quests come in.
Instead of playing Fetch with Vol'jin and bringing him resources like his loyal lapdogs, Alliance players should gather resources for their own faction to help their effort. This could solve the problem of the Alliance-Vol'jin "talk", wich is pretty a pathetic failiure on blizzard's part IMO. Instead of that talk, have Varian (escorted by the alliance player) , who Blizzard oh so wishes to develop, talk to Vol'Jin and striking a truce with him, agreeing to help him bring garrosh down and then Leaving Durotar with his forces in peace, leaving the horde to their stuff. And then a manly handshake.
That would be very satisfiying for an Alliance player, like myself. But yeah, look at what we got. A pile of undeveloped crap. So, hordies, please, don't say that Alliance dosen't have a part to play in this, when I, sitting in my god-forsaken TOILET, doing you-know-WHAT (actually, don't think of that), can think of a better way that is legit to have the alliance in Durotar and have them involved in some way.