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The Wrath Report | October

Your monthly insight into the world of BioWare Mythic's Wrath of Heroes:

"Headlining this first instalment of The Wrath Report is the game’s all-new playable scenario, Garden of Morr. Staged within the bounds of a mist-covered cemetery, this latest game mode is quiet clearly kill-focused yet has a distinct objective-based twist. Stationed at opposing sides of the battlefield, each of the three teams must reach a 250-point cap by slaughtering their opponents. Each kill reels in four points though this is doubled when your team is in possession of the much-desired “Cursed Skull.” Upon acquisition the Old World artefact transforms its captor into an avatar of Morr. This dark blessing (and the points bonus it imbues) is transferable and will be awarded to the player who manages to kills the skull bearer." (PC, Warhammer Online: Wrath of Heroes)

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