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Once word got out, players searched frantically for classic wow gold information about what was going on.

"The entire world chat would burst any time a town dropped," says Nadia Heller, an ex-World of Warcraft player whose persona lived through the incident. "We kept a close eye not just on our guild conversation but on earth chat as well to see where not to proceed. We didn't want to grab it."

The spread of Corrupted Blood, and the player's behavioral changes to this, caught the attention of epidemiologist Dr. Nina Fefferman, who had been a World of Warcraft player at the time of this episode. Fefferman reached out to her colleague Dr. Eric Lofgren. In 2007, both published a paper that detailed their findings, such as complex models of individual behavior during a pandemic. Fefferman claims the incident has helped inform her current research to predictive modeling about covid-19.

"What I really do is study all of the elements of infectious disease outbreaks which help us prepare for buy wow classic gold pandemics," explained Fefferman, a mathematical biologist. "We saw the complete variety of behaviors we find in the real world reflected in the player characters throughout Corrupted Blood."

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