The hardcore servers in World of Warcraft Classic provide many moments of frustration, but also always new motivation. It is now also clear: Murlocs are deadly, but Miner Goblins are deadlier.
When World of Warcraft came out a few years after the Millennium, it was primarily the Murlocs that taught low-level characters how to fruit. With a loud “Mrrrrrrggllll” they stormed towards the heroines and heroes near the water, often with support. The fish-like creatures still cause terror on the new hardcore servers, but other creatures are much worse.
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There's a lot of death on the hardcore servers in World of Warcraft: Blizzard has already registered over three million deaths - and every single one of them is permanent. If it hits a character, it can cause frustration depending on the level. However, some deaths are man-made.
Crashes and drowning are among the top forms of death on hardcore servers, as Blizzard summarizes - and other players have also sharpened their knife here and there to ultimately land the fatal hit. Aside from these mishaps, it's mostly goblins, voidwalkers, wendigo and defias that cause trouble.
This is how players die particularly often in WoW hardcore:
Kobold Miner: 67,717
Voidwalker Minion: 44,891
Defia's Trapper: 40,715
Defias Raider: 35,070
Other game finishes: 34,894
Follower Pig: 29,039
Goblin Tunnel Diggers – 28,437
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