Fans of World of Warcraft have discovered that Shadowlands has the ability to throw elite NPCs into the abyss during the passage of dungeons. This can be done by priests using the “mind Control” ability.

You can drop the enemy into the abyss in the dungeons “Mists of Tierna Skitt” and “Spires of rebirth”. When the priest takes control of an NPC and jumps into the abyss for it, the mob simply disappears. Previously, a similar trick with the “mind Control” ability could be pulled against real players, for example, on the “Eye of the storm” battlefield. Previously, the developers made available the function of free transfer of the character to WarCraft. This decision is due to the increase in the number of users after the release of the addon and the queues that appeared on popular servers.

The opinions of gamers about it are divided — some praise the add-on for a well-thought-out plot, others find it tedious.

A minor eSports player accused the streamer of harassment — she did not deny their relationship

15-year-old professional Fortnite player Charlie Maage Sykes accused streamer Britney briloll Irwin of sexual harassment. According to him, the 21-year-old girl sent him Nude photos, as well as messages of an intimate nature. The streamer did not deny what happened.
Charlie Maage Sykes:
“I don’t know where to start, but I was advised to expose briloll. She is 21 years old and has been sending me sexual images and messages for the past three weeks. I have a video and photo confirmation. She’s going to sign a contract with the organization. If she denies what I said, I will provide proof. I don’t want it to come to this, but I will if I have to, because people like her don’t deserve to be on the platform. To begin with, I will show the most insignificant part of the correspondence.”

Maage tweeted a screenshot of briloll calling him ” daddy.” After the teenager made her behavior public, the streamer deleted all social media accounts. Only the Twitch profile remained active — more than 40 thousand people subscribed to the briloll channel, most often it streams Fortnite. Before deleting it, she posted her version of what happened on TwitLonger.
Brittney briloll Irwin:
I want to say: I know that my actions are unacceptable, and there is no excuse for what I did. I sincerely apologize to everyone. I don’t deserve a contract with the platform, so I delete all my accounts, leave everything behind, and go to the doctor. <…>

I would never be sexually assaulted or interested in children at all, and I never thought that of all people I would open up to Charlie. Some time after our conversation, he confessed his feelings to me. This caused a shock, and that’s when I should have blocked it, but I continued the communication-initiated a connection that shouldn’t have been there. I was wrong, I shouldn’t have gotten close to him, I should have stopped opening up to him, but I was mentally ill, and he was the only person who was close to me — both online and offline. <…> I plan to see a doctor about my mental health in order to fix my life. I opened up to the wrong person and became addicted to the feeling that I was no longer alone. I’m really sorry.”

Allegations of sexual harassment in the eSports environment occur regularly. For example, at the end of July, a former professional player in Super Smash Bros. Gonzalo ZeRo Barrios was accused of harassing an underage girl.