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New Worgen Racial in Patch 10.1

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The Worgen are getting a brand new racial in Embers of Neltharion called Calm the Wolf.

Calm the Wolf - Activate to control your worgen instincts and automatically assume human form when you leave combat.

Just like the Dracthyr, the worgen will automatically assume Human form when the effect is active.

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4 hours ago, Starseed said:

very nice quality of life update. when i saw the dracthyr ability my first thought was worgen need that too

I agree, i knew it would be coming since the new drake race can do it, so it was only a matter of time until they did it for the Worgens.

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