Finally, I decided to level my hunter on the Horde side. I'm a bit bored of questing but I took the time to do those that were Horde specific to see the other side of the story. So I quested as little as possible, leveled my profession and did as much dungeons as I could. Even tough it's always the same four instances, I had fun collecting pieces of the Azure Serpent Set wich is pretty cool looking.
Even tough the majority of those instances run went smoothly, one stand out from the others. I joined a pug (Pick Up Group) in Temple of the Jade Serpent, there is me, a pally tank, another random dps and two guildies, an healer and a shadow
priest. The priest started pulling, berating the tank and started the
first boss without waiting for anyone so I got locked out of the room. The party managed to down the boss even without the help of my awesome hunter dps (*cough cough). Face pull and thrash talk continued until we
reached the main hall with the third boss. The tank pulled all the room and
quit so we wiped. While we were waiting for a tank replacement, the two
guildies decided to kick the other dps because he wasn't performing has
well as a level 87 should (we were all 86). Other tank and a dps replacement comes and we
killed the third boss. The priest was now bottom dps and maybe ashamed of all he did because he leaved the group (at least that's the only thing I could think of). His guildmate healer coincidentally
went offline a short time after. We kicked him and promptly finished the instance.
After this I was wondering:
what push people to be such jerks? Those two guildies were competent
people and the tank they harassed was doing a good enough job. The only wipe we
had was because of the tank rage quitting during a fight. If those two
had only kept to themselves we would have cleared the instance way faster and they would have a chance to get more loot and XP. I guess, like the Sha, those two feeds on the negative emotions of the people unlucky enough to have them in there group.