I’m sorry to have to be the bearer of bad news. My father, who played on Durotan for around a decade as Bru or Tilbru or possibly a few other names, passed away last night after a long battle with cancer at the age of 71. He quit playing when he received his diagnosis last summer. He felt like it would have been a poor way to spend what was left of his time, but I don’t think he regretted the time he spent here. World of Warcraft was a big part of his life, especially once he retired. He accomplished extraordinary things in this imaginary little world of ours.
I retired from active play many years ago, so I don’t know who he was still friends with in-game, but I hope whoever you are, you can find some peace in knowing his fate.
He thought you were all talentless noobs. Especially the healers. But then I don’t think he ever did learn not to stand in the fire, so take that with a grain of salt.
Azeroth, much like the real world, is a poorer place in his absence.