PvP realms, especially in Classic WoW, often involve open-world PvP that may appear either unfair or excessive. Still, if you find yourself in the wrong place at the wrong time, you're guaranteed a graveyard run.
u/nightwing412, a World of Warcraft player, has launched a new character with friends on the new PvP server Skyfury. Bloodthirsty to gank as many players as they can in the open world and gear their character with Altarac Valley and Warsong Gulch gear, the player has driven through the Azeroth region with a group of friends.
They ganked the streamer in Duskwood in search of Esfand, one of the most well-known WoW streamers, causing a full-blown conflict and, most importantly, Honor farm.
Esfand began reporting a group of friends called u/nightwing412s and screenshotting their names while streaming at the time. Although the group of friends only spent 30 minutes fighting the Esfands' armies, they only managed to kill several players.
Blizzard Entertainment sent u/nightwing412 a temporary suspension the next day, indicating that the player did nothing wrong by PvPing on a PvP realm, yet they still received a temporary, yet undeserved, ban. u/nightwing412 posted their whole story on Reddit.
Although this is just one streamer priority case in a sea of others, Blizzard should be cautious not to ban players who haven't broken any official rules.