Geo Says: With Midsummer just begun, I was making my way around the zones honouring the Horde fires, and extinguishing the Alliance ones. Aim was with me, and he had to do the quest to sneak into the Twilight camp and gather intel.
I got there first and, since I thought nobody was around, I decided to kill the NPCs you are supposed to eavesdrop on. This atttracted the attention of a Worgen Druid named Windmor, who was stealthed behind me. He didn’t like the fact I had just killed the NPCs, even though they are on a quick respawn timer. So he proceeded to use emotes such as /laugh and /go. I tell him /no, and kill the NPCs again. This makes him flag himself for PvP. When I don’t take the bait, he uses his crab disguise.
While he’s using said disguise, I jump him. Aim also joins the fight, though Windmor kills him. However, he is weakened to the point where I kill him a few seconds later. I ressurect Aim and we heal up.
Aim Says: He only killed me because I forgot to stun him. If I did, I would have been able to heal up a bit. Oh well, live and learn. Or in this case, die and learn.
Geo Says: A few minutes later, Windmor ressurects. We take advantage of his weakened state to attack him again. This time, Aim lands the killing blow.
While waiting for him to ressurect again, I get a whisper from a Blood Elf Paladin named Tiriss. It turns out that this is Windmor’s Horde alt.
Basically, he’s upset that Aim and I killed him, and thinks it was an ‘unfair’ fight. I remind him that there are no rules in PvP, and he offers to change into his PvP spec and gear.
Aim Says: Sure, he killed me. But Geo killed him, so I don’t know why he’s being so smug. Plus, I got him back a few minutes later.
Geo Says: So I have ‘shitty tank talents’? Funny, they didn’t seem so shit when I was kicking your ass with them.
Aim Says: I whisper him as well and tell him that if he can’t take dying in PvP, he shouldn’t do PvP. It’s as simple as that.
Geo Says: I put him on ignore after this. A few minutes later, a Blood Elf Hunter joins us, also doing the quest. Together, we attack Windmor again, but since he was on a flying mount, he was able to get out of range.
Anyway, the lesson here is: If you do PvP, you will eventually die. And when you do, don’t cry about it. It won’t get you anywhere, and it makes you look pathetic.
Let’s just hope Windmor takes this lesson to heart.