While we’re on the topic of etiquette, though, there is something about entering the orc camp to be mentioned: more important than having a weapon and a friend, have a reason to be there. Last event they had an anvil and a hammer by the entrance so you can get attention and ask for help with what you need in the camp before entering (which I’m guessing was also a player decision). In-character the orcs don’t want you just wandering in to have a look because it’s not a zoo. Out of character I’ve heard some orc players like to take a breather and get out of the mask for a little bit in their tents so they don’t necessarily want a bunch of folks wandering around.
Please do, We try and invite him/her/it into camp and warm