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Wow Patch 4.0.1: Hallow’s End 2010; Headless Horseman Crashes Game

Probably one of the most popular in-game holidays, Hallow’s End has now come to Azeroth, promising plenty of tricks, treats, bobbing apples, tooth-picks, face-masks and enough candy to make you sick. But one thing they didn’t announce was that the Headless Horseman was going to crash your game, causing more issues, problems and bugs.

As our readers may know, we have had a lot of feedback in the last week or so referring to the Wow 4.0.1 patch and the problems that it has caused them. And although the Headless Horseman (a random boss you can compete once a day for random goodies and ilevel 200 epics), is a fairly simple fight, he seems harder than ever with his new ability — he crashes your World of Warcraft game.

This is a nuisance. Especially as it happens when you move your mouse over the pumpkin to summon this boss in the Scarlet Monastery. It’s even more of a nuisance because it is usually the tank that summons him, therefore leaving 4 of you (3 dps and a healer) to deal with the boss until the tank returns.

All that aside, I’m sure that Blizzard will fix this soon along with the rest of the bugs that plague the 4.0.1 patch. But for those of you new to the Hallow’s End holiday, and want to complete that illusive “What A Long, Strange Trip It’s Been” meta-achievement that still includes the promise of a 310% flying mount, then check out this guide provided by Wowhead.

Just a side note, Blizzard have also released the official cinematic to Cataclysm. To check out the breathtaking cinematic, click here.

Is the headless horseman causing you problems?

Source: WoW Insider

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Written by Jamie Pert

Jamie has a background in computer repairs and maintenance along with network administration, he now enjoys utilizing the benefits of new technologies and enjoys writing about anything that brings new technology to the world.

He began writing for Product Reviews in mid 2009 and has since expanded his knowledge across a wide-base of devices, he is looking to get more hands-on experience with new devices to gain a better understanding of the latest and greatest technologies.


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