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Blood-Soaked Tome of Dark Whispers Blood-Soaked Tome of Dark Whispers has been hotfixed to drop off Zul in Uldir, allowing Hunters to tame a new family of Blood Beasts that include ticks and crawgs.

The original intention was to require defeating Heroic Zul with a raid full of Hunters, but some players were able to obtain it by hearthing out of the Zul encounter, so they deployed a hotfix to live realms to make it drop from Zul on Normal and Heroic difficulty.

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Blood Beasts

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Special Abilities

Blood Beasts come with a Blood BoltBlood Bolt that reduces movement speed by 50% for 6 seconds.

(Source - WoW Secrets Discord)

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So some guy hearths out of heroic zul and gets it and muffins says that's now how it's supposed to work.

Then blizz hotfixes it to just be a drop off of zul.

How WAS it supposed to work then? Did anyone ever find out?

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4 hours ago, Prophet001 said:

So some guy hearths out of heroic zul and gets it and muffins says that's now how it's supposed to work.

Then blizz hotfixes it to just be a drop off of zul.

How WAS it supposed to work then? Did anyone ever find out?

It was just supposed to be a drop. The bug was that you'd get it if you hearthed out despite the fact you normally wouldn't get anything.

Also "muffins"? I'm sorry are you implying people that don't like others abandoning heroic fights causing wipes... are wrong?

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1 hour ago, Aegrotat said:

Also "muffins"? I'm sorry are you implying people that don't like others abandoning heroic fights causing wipes... are wrong?

He's talking about Jeremy Feasel, one of the WoW devs who implements these sorts of secrets and enjoys teasing the playerbase with cryptic messages and hints. His nickname is "Muffinus" 

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20 hours ago, Plergoth said:

He's talking about Jeremy Feasel, one of the WoW devs who implements these sorts of secrets and enjoys teasing the playerbase with cryptic messages and hints. His nickname is "Muffinus" 

thanks for clearing it up. I hear the term 'muffins' thrown around too much to know lately.

 

8 hours ago, Ragingwolf said:

I don't see why they could not let this be a quest type acquirement for Hunters only instead of a random rng drop in Uldir.

As far as I heard, it's not an RNG drop but a 100% drop from any Zul kill above LFR

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On 12/23/2018 at 8:27 PM, Sawzorthn said:

I look forward to next expansion when I can solo this and finally get a book. Such is life in LFR.

If you cant kill a normal boss youre below the skill level of the regular playerbase and honestly dont deserve the book imo.

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"Our original intention was to require defeating Heroic Zul with a raid of only Hunters"

lol this would've been so dumb thank god it didn't work out so they made it just a drop from any Zul kill above LFR

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On 12/23/2018 at 6:03 PM, Dejo93 said:

Is it just HC Zul or any other difficulty?

Seriously?  It says it in the blue quote.

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