No, that's not what this scene shows. If A were weary of the ressurection process, he wouldn't have deliberately let Rogue kill him and be ressurected in Excalibur #5-6.norwichchris wrote: ↑04 Oct 2020, 11:31My favourite part of this issue for me was Apocalypse wanting healer to revive Rictor over himself, then killing him when he refused. This shows to me that Apocalypse is weary of the resurrection process and does not really want them to use as he feels mutants should fight for there right to survive. He does have a connection to Rictor and wants him to survive as he is.
All that this scene shows is that there is some sort of deep connection between A and Rictor, one that we don't yet fully understand but obviously is going to be further explored later. This scene was nothing else but two people being wheeled into an emergency room together, and one of them demanding that the other gets treated before them, despite the medics having made a different call based on their professional opinion. This happens all the time when couples, close friends or family members are injured in the same incident and are treated parallel.