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  • World of Warcraft was a match truly ahead of its time. So much so, that its players already witnessed the effects of a pandemic over a decade ago. Now, that pandemic may prove useful to wow gold classic scientists studying covid-19.

    A harmful impact, called Corrupted Blood, devoting tens of thousands of players, and abandoned lower-leveled personalities in an unavoidable death-loop. The result, known as a debuff, was a temporary illness, but one which may spread to other players when they stood close enough to each other, exactly like a true virus.

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    The infection originated from Hakkar the Soulflayer -- the manager of this very first 20-player raid Blizzard released. Hakkar would cast Corrupted Blood on players and it would damage them for about 10 minutes. Players would spread the effect to cheap classic wow gold other people if they got too close to those infected. Following the 10 seconds were completed, or players finished the boss battle, the harmful impact was supposed to finish. Only it didn't.