So the Jewelcrafting daily today was the Bright Armor Relic, collected from Northern Revenants. As per my habit, I take the portal to Wintersgrasp -- a chance to find Titanium along with other ore on my way to killing revenants, oh yeah, I'll risk seeing Horde.
On the way down to the Cauldron of Flames, I see a Death Knight -- trouble, to be sure, I knew.
And, sure enough, he was. A Death Grip and the game had started.
Now, mind you, I'm awful at PvP. I know how to spam heals on myself while whimpering "don't die" at my computer screen. Apparently, I'm better at it than I thought, for I lasted about four or five minutes against the Death Knight -- I was, by the way, on Kanta, the resto shaman -- before he got me.
I like tempting fate... so I run back.
He got me again, quicker this time.
I was on Skype with The Aussie, and he volunteered to bring his shaman [elemental] out to play as well...
So I lingered by the graveyard a little bit, and, when he was close enough, headed back down there again.
Guess who was waiting?
He engages, I do the whole spam-heals-on-myself-ohheylookflameshock! game on him... and, out of nowhere, his health drops and he's dead.
DING! Achievement: 100 Honorable Kills.
The Aussie had come in to save the day.
I'm sure he had a huge "WTF just hit me" moment as he stood in the graveyard, waiting to ressurect. And probably scrolled through his combat log to find out what happened. I just laughed about how fast his health went down and how he was my hundreth honorable kill.
But, he, apparently, is just as stubborn [or idiotic, I'm not sure which] as I am, and decided to return and have another go at it, only, this time, stopping to check behind the rocks that surrounded our combat area before Death Gripping me again.
I giggled at his check -- The Aussie was hidden behind rocks on the other side of the road.
He tries, again, and, when The Aussie came out to save the day, he went for The Aussie.
He dies; killing the DPS when you have a healer sitting right there is a really stupid idea.
We decide to have pity on him and continue to the Cauldron of Flames. On the way, we see an undead rogue. I made a comment about the rogue to The Aussie, who noted that he wasn't attacking, so we left him well enough alone.
A minute later found us at the Cauldron, cheerfully killing the Revenants for my quest item... As we fought one of the normal elementals, I notice that, off in the distance, there were a lot of red names. And they were coming at us.
The Death Knight had summoned his Army of the Dead and was coming for revenge. We engage, and find that the rogue had decided to play too; I was being kicked and had issues healing.
Nature's Swiftness saved the day, and The Aussie slaughtered them both.
Again, we move on, out of the Cauldron, and come across the Death Knight... who, apparently, still hadn't learned. The Aussie dug in, he died.
We move a bit farther, and decided that, while we're ahead, we should leave -- I had, after all, picked up my quest item. I hearth.
He, being a few seconds behind me... didn't make it.
"I'm being attacked."
Without a healer, The Aussie goes down. At the graveyard, he ressurects and hearths, leaving both of us rather amused and wondering what the Death Knight and his rogue friend thought of the whole incident.
Moral of the Story?
Resto shamans have powerful friends.
And griefing them is a bad idea.