‘South Park Guy’ cosplayer Jarod Nandin dies at the age of 40 after contracting coronavirus
The World Of Warcraft information website, Wowhead, broke the news of Nandin’s death on Sunday.
Nandin announced that he had been diagnosed with COVID-19 after going to ER for chest pain in mid-December.
‘South Park Guy’ cosplayer Jarod Nandin died at the age of 40 after contracting coronavirus
Claim of Fame: Nandin was known for cosplaying the sloppy South Park video game character from the 2006 episode, Make Love, Not Warcraft
Despite the prognosis, Nandin remained positive in his posts and updated fans on the state of health.
‘I tested positive for covid. I’m very sorry to worry you. I’m in the hospital and getting treatment. Things look good. I just look at Covid who does not eat grins in my face and says: ‘How do you kill what … has no life?’, He posted on Facebook.
Even when complications arose, he remained optimistic.
‘Breathing complications occurred. Treatment plan reassessed. Working on it. Doing well. #covid recovery, ‘he tweeted.
Dead ringtone: Nandin shaved his head and stood behind a desk full of Red Bull boxes, much like the original South Park character
The latest update Nandin, also known as NWBZPWNR, posted on Twitter about his health was December 28, 2020.
‘Respiratory problems remain a problem. Oxygen saturation levels are constantly falling below 90. They are trying to figure things out. Waiting to know more. ‘
When the news of his death broke, fans flooded social media Remember the player who became famous for dressing up as the sloppy World Of Warcraft player from South Park at BlizzCon 2013.
Nandin was a dead ringtone for the cartoon character as he stood on stage with a shaved head and a cluttered desk full of Red Bull boxes.
Rest in Peace: When the news of his death broke, fans flooded social media to remember the player who became known for dressing up as the dull World of Warcraft player from South Park at BlizzCon 2013
The character comes from the 2006 South Park episode Make Love, Not Warcraft, which saw the boys fight against a senior World Of Warcraft player run by the sloppy man.
“Sooo sad to hear about Jarod’s passing :(. I feel like I had just signed up with him and now he’s gone. Damn you Covid. He was seriously the nicest and cutest guy. We met through cosplay and bound over our love and any loss of our fathers. You will greatly miss Monty …. I will miss our chats, “steampunk_gadget posted on Instagram, along with a recall photo of himself.
‘I’m exhausted. I cried all night yesterday and finally woke up. I still can not believe that this is real … Yesterday the world lost a beautiful soul. A friend and a brother to me. @JarodNWBZPWNR walked away from COVID, ‘tweeted @magicMarionette.
Health updates: Jarod remained optimistic in several of his posts and updated fans about the state of health