So we come across the first boss, the guy who patrols up and down the ramp.
Our Mage, being gnome and awesome decides to pull the adds at the bottom of the ramp while the boss is walking down the ramp.
Needless to say, we didn't kill all the adds by the time the boss engaged us, but that is ok because we killed the boss and all the adds with ZERO deaths.
The fight is over, but suddenly our healer says "oom" I believe back in the early days of cavemen and WoW this was referred to as Out of Mana.
So we wait for a little bit while he regains his mana, suddenly out of nowhere the healer BURSTS into rage saying..
"Maybe you shouldn't pull anymore!"
He was very upset that the Mage pulled instead of the tank but that is ok I understand that part but then I figured he was getting a little bit out of control with his anger so I had to step in.
Me: "Everyone is alive, what is the problem?"
Healer: "The problem is I just spent 4k+ mana on ONE PULL.."
Me: "Which also happened to include a boss plus a lot of adds"
Me: "So grats you did your job, I don't see the problem"
Mage: "Sorry if you can't handle it"
Tank: "Yup and healz has to bounce around and keep healin for no reason"
This is when it starts to get fun...
Me: "Oh noes, healers having to heal?!"
Healer: "F*** u gaiz"
Me: "Not in my expansion!"
Healer then proceeds to rage quit.
Now I fully respect healers and the job they do especially when they do it well, I even show the appreciation by generally saying "Good job" or something similar.
But this healer thought using mana and going OOM after a long fight was a bad thing.
Now I'm no expert on this topic but I believe their are vendors in Azeroth and across the world that sell drinks SPECIFICALLY for this reason, to replenish your mana in times of it becoming low.
Now I understand that our speed run of The Slave Pens was hindered by 30 seconds due to the healer having to drink for a little bit but I found this to be acceptable due to the circumstances of the fight, but in the end he did his job well and everyone survived.
I just felt that I should share this story with the healer community.