WoW has a new blood plague incident – contagious anxiety is going around
Players in WoW have once again managed to carry a debuff that should only occur in instanced areas into the open world, where it spreads uncontrollably. Classic players get Blood Plague Flashbacks right away. But the new debuff is less harmful to health points and more unpleasant for the hearing.
WoW players remember with shudders Go back in time to when Azeroth got sick. When Hakkar’s blood plague spread across Azeroth. The final boss Hakkar afflicted player characters with the debuff Corrupted Blood . This debuff caused heroes and all bystanders to take damage over time for 10 seconds and arcs to nearby allies.
The devastating: The debuff did not disappear from the hunter pets when leaving the instance and so hunters carried the plague from the raid into the game world and cities. There jumped Corrupted Blood then to anyone within range of the pet. Both players and NPCs were killed due to a debuff being able to escape from an instanced area. Players are currently experiencing a similar case in Dragonflight.
WoW’s new contagion incident – Contagious Anxiety is going around
Go instead of Hakkar’s Blood Plague this time Contagious anxiety around. The debuff deals damage every 3 seconds for 12 seconds and attempts to spread to a target within 7 yards when it expires. Although the debuff does not appear to do any damage in capital cities, it abuses the ears of the players with its annoying noise.
Above you can see a picture of how it was in WoW (buy now ) Classic looked like when the last WoW plague swept through capital cities unchecked. Just like back then, players today try to spread the debuff as much as possible.
In capital cities, with the sound turned off, you seem to be safe. Back then, the Hakkar plague could only be eliminated after the weekly server restart. Since the current WoW ID has just started, players could still have some of the Contagious Anxiety. Is the new plague also circulating on your server? Write to us in the comments.
Source | icy-veins.com