WoW is full of oddities and fun features. The upcoming update "Chains of Domination" for Shadowlands is no exception.WoW is full of curiosities and funny features. The upcoming "Chains of Domination" update for Shadowlands is no exception. For when WoW Patch 9.1 is released, players will be able to head to the mysterious new area of Korthia. There they can expect a lot of strange creatures - and hallucinogenic mushrooms. These mushrooms grow in various places and trigger interesting effects when you eat them.

Horror trip in Azeroth up for grabs?

When you're out and about in Korthia, you'll occasionally find Invasive Mawshrooms growing on dead tree trunks and bone skeletons. Interacting with these mushrooms will give you anima and relic fragments for the Archivist's Codex, among other things. In addition, these mushrooms can also go into your pockets as Questionable Mawshrooms.

These special mushrooms are edible, but beware: if you actually let your character eat them, you can expect side effects. Your character gets the ten-minute buff Questionable Mawshrooms, which causes him to hallucinate. These hallucinations manifest as visual effects with corresponding audio. Your character's surroundings suddenly appear a cold shade of grey-blue. In addition, your character imagines that the dungeon master himself is following him. He will then appear, including the corresponding sound effects. If the hallucinated jailer succeeds in reaching your character, nothing else happens - he's just a figment of your imagination after all.

Now it's up to you: What do you think of the hallucinogenic mushrooms? Write us your opinion in the comments and try it out yourself on the test server, how your character reacts to the consumption of the mawshrooms...

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