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News video games 16 February 2021, 20:39

author: Karol Laska

Bear Army Demolishes WoW: Shadowlands Bosses

An army of moon bears sounds like a lovely tool for sowing terror. Such is possible thanks to a recently discovered exploit in World of Warcrarft: Shadowlands.

IN A NUTSHELL:
  1. A certain exploit in World of Warcraft: Shadowlands enables us to spawn a large number of bears that can help us farm gold;
  2. The exploit can overload servers and may result in a ban.

Players will always find a way to use a bug or exploit to their advantage. Today we'll take a look at one of the more spectacular exploits of this kind, and it can be found in the latest expansion for World of Warcraft, called Shadowlands.

The main characters of this exploit are beautiful blue bears, which, with a bit of wit, can be used as members of a powerful army that destroys everything on its way. We found out about its existence thanks to a video posted on youtube by Archvaldor (a devoted WoW player who hunts for this kind of bugs). It explains how lunar bears can help us defeat challenging bosses and farm gold. How do we acquire such unbeatable team? More or less like this:

Archvaldor caught the bug during the World Quest called Wrath of Aliothe. After going to the location indicated by the quest you can transform into the aforementioned bear in order to clear Spriggan's Garden of enemies. It has been noted, however, that at the far end of the area the game interprets the transformation into a bear and back into a human as acquiring a pet. Repeating this action a number of times yields us a whole legion of glowing beasts.

And although this exploit seems to be a perfect way to farm gold, we have to cool your enthusiasm. The very fact that we're writing news about such a bug suggests that it's already widely known across the web and will be caught and fixed by Blizzard very soon. Besides, using it to our advantage can cause servers to crash (considering how many of these bears we can spawn), and that's grounds for banning our account. So let's enjoy the crazy images in the video above, but let's not get too attached to these brave pets.

  1. World of Warcraft: Shadowlands Review - 75% Legion; 25% New
  2. World of Warcraft - official website
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