Boy Survives Moose Attack Thanks To World Of Warcraft

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Wired reports a Norwegian boy survived a moose attack by implementing what he learned playing World of Warcraft … the child feigned-death.  Hopefully children don’t learn to pick-pocket in real life too.

Hans Jørgen Olsen, a 12-year-old Norwegian boy, recently survived a moose attack by feigning death, “just like you learn at level 30 in World of Warcraft.”

In WoW, “feign death” is a skill acquired by hunters at level 30 that allows them to take a page from the possum playbook, collapse to the ground, and convince their enemies—who lose all ingrained animosity in the process—that they’ve died.

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