Often the best parts of a videogame are moments you don't see coming, and sometimes the developers can't even anticipate them! The number of variables in the online realm means that whenever a company like Blizzard makes a change to their game, its true effects might not be seen right away or during internal beta testing. Such is the case with one of the latest updates to World of Warcraft. Blizzard recently added the Zul'Gurub instance to the game, where Hakkar, the god of blood, uses a devastating disease attack on anyone who dares fight him. Seeing as how it's a disease and most diseases are contagious, it shouldn't be shocking when some players come back and haven't been cured. And that's exactly what's happened. Players are returning from this instance to towns with the diseases, spreading it, and Blizzard's in a panic to keep things under control. GM's have started to quarantine players in an effort to control the spreading, but players keep leaving the quarantine areas. Unless you're above level 50, you more or less immediately fall over dead from the disease. Read more here.