World Of Warcraft Spawns Hilarious ‘Tony Hawk’s Pro Snaker’ Meme (VIDEO)
World of Warcraft saw a blizzard (pun intended) of new content introduced in the new Battle for Azeroth expansion, presenting players with new level caps, regions, and plenty corresponding quests. As such, the MMO community has flocked to participate in everything the expansion has to offer, which apparently includes shredding the scenery as an extreme sports snake.
While not intended for serpentine skating, WoW‘s new Vol’dun region nonetheless allows it to happen in a quest called “Magic Decoder Device.” The mission transforms players into a large snake with the goal of exploring the surrounding desert, but some have chosen to utilize the creatures’ slick movement to mimic radical tricks associated with skateboarding. The hilarious practice culminated in a recent video on Reddit depicting a humorous game dubbed Tony Hawk’s Pro Snaker. Check it out below.
A post boasting this amount of ridiculous charm doesn’t happen too often on the r/wow forum, but the release of Battle for Azeroth seems to have inspired moderators to suspend normal etiquette for a short time. The unspoken challenge to troll the subreddit’s moderators led the way for Tony Hawk’s Pro Snaker to become a high-ranking hit. This will almost certainly lead to more memeage derived from the expansion as the full scope of quests are slowly uncovered. World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth is now available for PC.
What do you think? Are you kickflipping with laughter over this lovely meme, or does it only make you want a proper Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater sequel starring snakes? Let us know in the comments and be sure to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter and Facebook to be informed of the latest gaming and entertainment news 24 hours a day! For more feature from the realm of Blizzard, check out these next few news stories:
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