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This WoW Barbershop Bug is Creating the Most Cursed Characters in Existence

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World of Warcraft gamers have found a barbershop bug the place characters lose their fur animations, have bizarre facial expressions, and alter their physique textures.

On Nov. 19, Reddit person Peberkat posted a picture on WoW’s subreddit displaying 4 characters which have been affected by the bug. Within the photographs, we will see a feminine Orc and a Feminine Undead character with totally different our bodies and disproportionate faces, virtually like they’ve two faces. There’s additionally a feminine Goblin with orange pores and skin and a fur-less feminine Pandaren with equally disturbing faces.

In line with the participant, the glitch is attributable to being in a celebration with somebody (supposedly a Drachtyr) and utilizing the barbershop. When one participant sits on the barbershop chair and enters the customization menu, the opposite participant (the one enjoying the Drachtyr) makes use of an merchandise known as a Reflecting Prism on the get together member. This causes the participant sitting on the chair to swap appearances with the get together member. However since they’re within the means of customizing a personality of a distinct race, it causes a bug with the character’s look the place two totally different races merge, making the characters seem like they do within the picture above.

Many gamers within the put up known as it “nightmare gas” whereas others discovered it amusing and expressed their need to recreate the bug.

This isn’t the primary time a barbershop bug has been found in WoW. There have been many instances where players discovered ways to manipulate their character’s appearance. There have been situations the place gamers may change their gender, race, and even run round cities whereas nonetheless altering their look.

This newest barbershop bug is undoubtedly simply one other humorous bug in WoW’s lengthy historical past of bugs and glitches, which is able to probably be fastened by an upcoming patch. For now, we should always simply benefit from the freak present.