The Alliance in general are similarly limited. All suffer under the burden of Blizzard’s “bad writing”.
I generally don’t place any stock in the idea that Blizzard really “hates” one faction or playerbase in an emotional/petty sense. I don’t think they write stories with the petty goal of punishing particular characters/races/factions or their respective fanbases or favoring some over others.
They just have characters that they think are interesting in different ways and write what they consider to be interesting stories within the limitations of their roles as writers as on a larger team working on a mainstream fantasy videogame that’s slated to never have a proper end any time soon.
I’m more interested in the story as a process and a thing to consume in and of itself. I’m kind of enjoying this crazy ride and seeing what new curve balls and lore bits they toss at us. I’m also a big fan of soap operas and serialized sci-fi/fantasy stuff too.
I mean of course there are things I’d like to see and stuff I’m tired of seeing, but that’s been my relationship with fantasy since the beginning. I’ll always be the one who thinks that when you have the option between the stock fantasy tropes and… not that, it’s generally more interesting to go with not that. But I don’t necessarily resent them when they don’t.
Sure, you have people who favor the Brooks family over the Foster family. Team Edward vs Team Jacob. People who debate whether Klingons or Vulcans or more overexposed. But yeah, we’re all in this together.