My longest camp was sooo worth the wait. It happened in classic WoW when played a Horde level 60 druid (resto, of course, the only way to go at that time) and was in the #1 endgame Horde guild of the time, named Fates Encompassed. This happened in the week after Moonglade '06
. I was on my way from Kargath to the Searing gorge when I got jumped by a rogue and promptly got cut apart halfway. The rogue stealthed and I knew he must be around, so I asked the guild for help. In the meanwhile I tried to limp my way back to Kargath, but it wasn't going well. I got some coffee and waited. In the meanwhile, some guys from our rival alliance guilds popped up to join in the camping fun. To punctuate, they even made a campfire. Then I was told to keep them busy by the guild. So I popped a few more times, got beaten down, laughed at, spit on, druid cat form raped, etc. Finally, help came, in the form of a horde raid of about 200 people tidalwaving over the 5 or so alliance douchebags. Their deaths were instant. I ressed, spit on them and catform raped them, then followed the Zerg to stormwind, where an epic 5 hour battle ensued, claiming the lives of countless alliance and npc's.
Pwn rarely comes in such size.
Apparently the raid was already in the making and since our guild had the legendary Masato*, we were in charge so a little detour was made to liberate me.
*Since this happened on an EU server in the oooold days, no one knows Masato any more. This was in the time that people could get titles through pvp up to High Warlord, with matching epic gear. Masato became a High Warlord but long before then, his name was becoming legend. I played pvp with him a few times and it was hilarious. The things he did seemed impossible, yet they happened right before my eyes. As soon as the two of us popped in a game, the other team (even premades) would immediately AFK out. Not once, nooo, but once in every 3 games, for hours on end. As soon as Masato came walking up to them, groups of 5 alliance would turn tail and run. All those who stood before him died in a matter of seconds. He killed groups of 5 people in under 10 seconds repeatedly without breaking a sweat. With me running after him healing, he became the living IWIN button. Hilariousnous ensued when he would stand in the enemy's graveyard and the alliance dared not respawn. He was indominable, unkillable, and feared to the extreme. The term Masato-game was coined for 1: Epic pwnedge and 2: games where the other side afk'd out rather then fight a BG. People still speak of him, even though he seems to have packed up and left WoW years ago.
The most brilliant Masato moment was when we were walking up the alliance tunnel in WSG. From the other side came a Paladin General in his full golden epic paladin pvp gear. He stopped right in his tracks as soon as he saw Masato. Then he bubbled. He just kept standing there, did nothing, the bubble expired and he died in seconds, all the while doing nothing. why would he. I can only imagine that either a: he was pissing his pants or b: he saw the futility of it all and just let it happen, only delaying the inevitable through the bubble to spite Masato ever so little.