World Of Warcraft Player Raids With A Piano (VIDEO)

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For more than a decade, World of Warcraft has endured as the top MMORPG synonymous with the genre, and one of the most vibrant gaming communities on the planet. Even after all of these years, excitement for the game is ramping up for the new Shadowlands expansion, with pre-sales numbers breaking records. That said, one talented modder has released a new video showing the World of Warcraft player participating in a raid using a modded piano as a controller.

Modder and World of Warcraft player Pzl recently shared a video of their modded piano controller in action on their YouTube channel. The video shows Pzl participating in a raid to fight the prophet Skitra by controlling a holy priest named Domrot. What is unique about this raid is that Pzl modded a digital piano and programmed several important WoW commands into the piano, acting as a new sort of controller.

As a holy priest, the World of Warcraft player mainly serves the role as healer in this particular raid to aid the combatants. Choosing this role for the modded piano seems to have been the right idea as Pzl ended up dealing over a third of the total healing of any party members during the raid. However, this strategy came to the detriment of any offense contributions, as Pzl only provided 0.26% of the total damage towards Skitra during the raid.

It should also be noted that while the digital piano still plays sound when casting an action, the resulting music is less of a melody and more of a random, arrhythmic assortment of key taps, like hearing a toddler at a recital. Still, considering how much Pzl was able to contribute to the raid through a piano is quite impressive. Pzl has previously used a drumkit and a cellphone as controllers before, so hopefully more musical instrument mods are in store. I’d love to see some raids in the new Shadowlands expansion done through kazoo.

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Cory Lara2137 Posts

A royally radical and totally tubular 90s kid, Cory has a passion for all things nerdy, particularly gaming and nostalgia. While an accountant by day, he strives to be as creative and humorous as possible in his free time, be it here writing on Don't Feed the Gamers, or making dumb satirical posts on his Twitter, Youtube, Facebook and Instagram accounts.


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