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WOW TBC Classic Players have found a way to make use of battle crow buff

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4 stycznia 2022, 10:09
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In World of Warcraft TBC Classic, if you are looking for ways to increase damage to melee units in your team, you must not ignore the fighting chickens of the engineers.

In World of Warcraft TBC Classic, if you are looking for ways to increase damage to melee units in your team, you must not ignore the fighting chickens of the engineers. These small animals can increase the attack speed of all members of the team by 5% when they tweet, which is equivalent to a direct increase in DPS by 5%. But one problem with fighting chickens is that you can never tell when they crow. A recent post published by players in the gaming community indicates that they have found a solution to this problem and can stack the gain effect of battle crow buff multiple times.

Players playing TBC Classic now have a way to stack battlecrow buff five times for all WOW TBC Classic Gold members of the team, for which they need to trigger slaughter crows in a targeted manner. Compared with the original version of Tempo drums, the effect of buffs stacked five times is much stronger, and the attack speed of all members of the team can be directly increased by a quarter. This was unimaginable in the past.

Of course, you need to pay some price for this powerful buff. First of all, before the buff stack is completed, all members of the team need to wait in place. In addition, the battle crow often does not appear correctly in the logs, so that it is difficult to filter out players who are targeting this strategy. Nevertheless, it has become the first choice for all teams challenging raids in Outland. Buff can greatly reduce the time required for the player to kill the boss.

Blizzard has provided a solution to this problem, if you usually pay attention to the details of the game, you may find some changes.
First of all, players who re-enter the game after logging out will not be able to retain the effect of battle crows, because a hotfix about fighting chickens has been released before. Otherwise, players can even stack dozens of buffs by this method to cause more damage. Directly limiting the number of stacks of buffs seems to be a more effective way, but the developers say that implementing such restrictive changes is not good for the development of the game. They will evaluate the situation after the hotfix takes effect, and if restrictive changes are really necessary, they will make further adjustments.
In addition, fighting chickens and Tempo drums are fundamentally different. Although the buff effect brought by Tempo drums cannot be compared with fighting chickens, you only need to press a button to make the buff take effect in the team. If you want to stack the battle crow buff, you need to invest a lot of TBC Classic Gold time in advance. So in general, this is not a bug that seriously affects the gaming experience.
Finally, this news has been confirmed by the leaders of several guilds. They have been using the same method to make the most of fighting chickens.

Want to know more details about the news? Welcome to follow the news page of MMOWTS. If you don't want to spend too much time on this method, then I suggest you go to MMOWTS for help in order to better strengthen the character itself. You can first visit MMOWTS and buy some cheap WOW TBC Classic Gold, and then directly use gold in the auction house to buy the weapons or armors you want from other players. These items can greatly improve the attributes of your character, allowing you to face the challenges of powerful bosses without the need for buffs.

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