A Guide for the Student on the Ways and Means of the Warg and the Stalking of Prey

Video: Zerg or Die

Years ago on my server full raids of wargs were a fairly common sight. The newer wargs amongst you may have never experienced a warg raid before, but the video above will at least give you an idea of how these leviathan packs operated.

There wasn’t really much to it to be honest and the title of the video is very apt: zerg or die. With so many wargs together it really was a case of melting anyone and everyone that the pack came across. That may not sound fun (especially for the freeps), but there was fun to be had from those ‘super packs’. Running around the Ettenmoors and roflstomping anything that came within sight does have a certain charm attached to it.

As ever a quick note about the choice of music … annoying. Like so many of these videos the music is overly dramatic and loud when it doesn’t need to be. That is a minor quibble though as the video offers a great deal of wargs killing freeps, which is always fun to watch. Oh and look out for the treat at the end … that whipping boy of the Moors, the Hunter class, gets a jolly good thrashing.

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2 responses

  1. BloodPaw

    Fantastic post! I really wish I could experience this for myself. Is there any reason these groups died out? Surely they could skill take a lot of Freeps?!

    22/06/2013 at 3:25 pm

  2. They may still be going on some servers. They died out a while ago now on my server, principally because a lot of warg players stopped playing. There aren’t really enough wargs around any more to form such a large pack and few of the higher ranked wargs left to lead one.

    22/06/2013 at 5:23 pm

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