Instead of spitting fire, as befits a true dragon, Furorion would come at players with ice spells. The bug is especially funny when Furorion loudly proclaims that he will incinerate everything and everyone.
As for the ice spells, players suspect that there was a technical mix-up with the release of patch 9.1 because Furorion's fire spells have the same ID as Kel'Thuzad's ice attacks from the upcoming raid Sanctuary of Domination. There have been several similar bugs in the past, mostly from raid and dungeon tests that went mighty wrong. Some WoW heroes will remember the bug that allowed Domina Poisonblade (boss from the Plaguefall dungeon) to attack players in Ny'alotha from the Shadowlands.
The bug will surely disappear in a short time, but Icemagicianhd and his hunter buddy will surely remember this strange trip to Ny'alotha for a long time.Support buffed - it'll only take a minute. Thank you!
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