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After all these years, World of Warcraft adds a potion to understand your enemy with
For as long as World of Warcraft has been alive, Horde and Alliance haven’t been able to understand each other (with a few exceptions). Your game client would garble what players of the opposing faction said, thereby reinforcing a sense of belonging while sprinkling on a bit of exotic mystique.
But now Blizzard has added – in a 14th December hotfix – a new World of Warcraft potion enabling exactly that: the ability to understand the opposing faction in chat. It’s called the Elixir of Tongues and it’s available from Fizzi Liverzapper who’s in Dalaran’s Underbelly.
The potion costs 30 gold and allows you to understand – but not speak – the language of the opposing faction for one hour. But if both people partaking in the conversation drink a potion, they will be able to understand one another. Hooray!
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