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In something that many players will understand and share even if it sounds minimal or normal to others, a World of Warcraft streamer had that epic moment when he finally found an item he had been searching for four years.
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This is Bingo1, a Twitch content creator who reached the end of his tireless search, when he discovered the Reins of Invincible, the main element to be able to summon the Invincible mount from World of Warcraft.
In order to obtain this item, the player must visit Icecrown Citadel and fight The Lich King, who upon defeating him, delivers the mount.
The great detail that makes the search a difficult task, is that the Reins of Invincible only have a 1% drop rate. So in order to get them, you have to try many times for a long time or be very lucky. Some of what Bingo1 knows, who has been trying since 2013, though he hasn’t taken himself seriously since
Thanks to this, you can imagine that the screams and the expression of happiness that were recorded in a Twitch clip, are totally understandable. Video that you can see below although we advise you to lower the volume before giving it play.
In any case, and as they comment on PC Gamer, bad luck also influenced the long time it took to obtain it, since according to their calculations, it took more than 200 executions. Something that in terms of technical statistical analysis, is very bad.
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