I understand the reasoning behind it. Saying you have more spellpower than you do when a slot in a VoA pug is on the line. But really? 2200 spellpower? Your gloves are blue. You have no set bonuses, you have the beginner crafted legs. It's conveniently higher than the spellpower I just posted. I checked your gear because I was curious, I kept quiet because, well, it's a VoA pug. It didn't matter so much.
You got put on raid healing, so your spot was secure. The raid leader had already revealed his own ignorance of healing classes by saying discipline priests are a PvP spec only, and now he was going to kick people based on effective healing meters. With you on raid, you should be fine, right? And so you were.
Emalon goes down with only the aggro-happy DK taking a dirt nap, and Dragonhide legs drop. I don't need them, but I roll on them. You decline. So, free pants to gather dust in my bank.
Archavon keels over like the pushover he is and what drops? Wyrmhide PvP gloves.
You might think this is off set, but in reality a Resto Druid often uses two pieces of Wyrmhide to boost their resilience, and gloves/chest just happen to be my Wyrmhide choices for my set.
Of course, I roll lower. I make a sour little comment along the lines of "of course, the gloves I actually need" but am going to leave it at that. Then you link your blue gloves and say how they'll be an upgrade for you.
First of all, bravo on outing yourself on your own lie about your spellpower. Secondly, PvP Wyrmhide is not a real upgrade over PvE blue gloves. No spirit, a ton of stamina, a cyclone cast time decrease, resilience...unless maybe you're trying to be a PvP Resto, but your guild tag is a PvE guild's tag and you have no dual spec...and you're missing key PvP talents in your tree.
In the end, I passed to you. You were a liar, but pitching a fit over a piece of Wyrmhide is not something I'm going to do. You have, however, shown me you really don't know how to itemize the only spec on your Druid, and I hope I never have to heal alongside you again.