They will tell you that no-one is who they say they are online.
They will scorn anyone who tries to explain how online friendships and relationships can be more intense and tangible than real life ones.
They talk shit.
They can't comprehend anything more complex than face to face interaction, with all the judgements and stereotypes that go hand in hand with it.
They have never had the privilege of getting to know someone minus the clutter of physicality.
They would shake their head and roll their eyes at the sight of someone sitting at her computer with tears streaming down her face and shoulders shaking with grief, mourning the loss of someone who she'd never 'met'.
They would never understand how many lives you touched in Azeroth, and how many people will miss you, and cry over your passing.
Your light will never go out.
You'll shine on, eternally, in the hearts and minds of those who knew you.
Soar above us, look down on us, and know that you're missed.