In the hardcore realms of World of Warcraft Classic, hunters lead the pack of fatalities

Skeleton dance forever.

All right, how many of you found out the hard way that Feign Death becomes actual death if you don’t stop it before it’s over? We are not evil. The World of Warcraft Twitter account has published the death statistics from WoW Classics Hardcore areas, and there is one whole lot of dead hunters; We’re just trying to figure out why that is. (Yes, we know that if a lot of people create hunters assuming hunters will be easy, there will be a lot of dead hunters because that’s not the case. That’s how statistics work. Just play along.)

Of course, paladins and shamans are at the bottom of the list with the fewest deaths so far. In contrast, after Hunters, it’s probably not surprising that the otherwise non-healing classes with the least security features (Warriors, Rogues, and Mages) are the ones that come out on top in deaths. The lesson here is that many characters have already died. Including lots of hunters.

Activision-Blizzard is considered a controversial gaming company due to a long series of scandals, including the Blitzchung boycott, mass layoffs, labor disputes, pay discrepancies, sexual harassment and discrimination lawsuits, federal settlements, executive misconduct, pipeline issues, messy financials, and declining titles , failed partnerships, widespread illegal union busting, catastrophic management, brain drain, bungling OW2 PvE, WoW Classic RMT and the still astonishing revelation that the CEO threatened to have his assistant murdered. From 2023 the company will (theoretically) be taken over by Microsoft.


Curtis Crabtree

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