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Around Azeroth: All we want to do is eat your brains

Brains. Brains. Braaaiiins. Future gothic horror novelist Elstor of <Casually Elite> on Earthen Ring has this dark tale to tell: "There once was a family living in Lordaeron. When the plague came, they continued to live there, and for some strange reason were never infected by the plague. Eventually, though, their crops and livestock were all infected so they had no food left to eat. The husband came home from a long day of fighting undead, starving and exhausted. 'What's for dinner, honey?' he asked, knowing there wouldn't be much of anything left to eat. 'Take a look,' she responded."

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