The only PvP video i watched and enjoy was during TBC, "Fury of the light", or some name like that, by Deadlyblonde, and made me switch from ret paladin (For the short story, i stop playing SP in TBC because the SL/SL makes me puke, so i create a... ret paladin... yep.) to shockadin (40/0/21) in season 2/3.
I never watched PvP video at all, i always thought they were boring and usually too serious in "I want to show my talents". The PvE one, the "RP" one like all the video from Jack in Vanilla, or the Paragon world first are more fun in my eyes (and the music is better), and gave me dreams of something i couldn't achieve (Because of my casual game time in Vanilla, and game time was the main criteria of our achievement back then.).
The only player i "look" up to was my mate during end of Wotlk / all Cata / First seasons of MoP, his name was Yurnero, completly unknown, but clearly the best player i've ever play with, he played enhancement shaman perfectly (When it was not the Fotm class), he has a perfect vision of the game, he was chill and friendly, and didn't rage at all. His only problem was he didn't like "high rated" arenas because it was too much mental pressure for him, so he didn't find them fun. We met in real life, and he became a real close friend, and even more like a brother to me.
He is the only person in game i looked up to. All the others one i play with or met in game can die in a plane crash, i will not be affected at all. Not him.
Edited by Jim_Jim, 11 August 2016 - 05:41 PM.