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World of Warcraft Streamer Reaches Level 100 with a Dancemat
World of Warcraft streamer Rudeism has made a name for himself by completing games in the most unusual of ways, and has outdone himself by reaching level 100 in WoW using only a dancemat. The feat took 5 days, 11 hours, 48 minutes and 38 seconds, with the final seven hours available below:
Now known as the new phenomenon as Dancecraft, if you want to replicate the achievement then you don’t need to be a World of Warcraft streamer. Instead just follow the instructions below for which there are plenty of very strict rules!
- You can use one or two dance pads ONLY to play the game.
- Hands, keyboards and mice can be used for Alt-Tabbing, or logging in/out. Nothing else.
- If you can chat using the dance pads, it is allowed. Otherwise, no chatting via typing.
- Discord/Teamspeak/Twitch etc. are allowed for voice chat.
- Other players may make you bags, chat on your behalf and join you in dungeons or PvP, but cannot help in any other way.
- You may only run each dungeon ONCE. Dungeon boosting with 100s is not allowed.
- No heirlooms of any kind.
- No professions.
- PvP servers ONLY.
- If you play RPPvP, you must roll a troll monk. (Not really.)
- You are allowed only ONE macro, no more. That macro MUST be /dance.
- BONUS OPTIONAL RULE: No setting your Hearthstone at all.
Rudeism’s next challenge is playing Heroes of the Storm with a guitar controller followed by finishing Undertale again using a dancepad, which if you have played Toby Fox’s classic you will know must be very difficult considering the ‘bullet hell’ nature of the combat system.
For other fun aspects of World of Warcraft, take a look at these fake April Fools Day patch notes for Legion Alpha, or for something a bit more serious have a look at how World of Warcraft saved Robert Kazinsky’s life, who stars in the upcoming movie tie-in Warcraft.