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Based on my inability to read Norwegian and the quality of free translators out there here’s what I could figure out.
A Norwegian boy named Hans Jorgen Olsen, 12 years old, went out walking with his younger,Â 10 year old, sister in the woods.Â They happened upon anÂ angry moose, who attackedÂ his sister. And that’s whereÂ his learnedÂ WoWÂ techniques came into play.
This is Hans the Moose-Taunter, feigner of death!
Hans plays WoW, and World of Warcraft has taught Hans a few useful skills when faced with gigantic crazed mammals. First he tauntedthe moose, hitting it repeatedly with a stick (if I’m reading that part correctly), which is obviously a WoW skill. This allowed the little girl, Hans’ sister, to escape. Then, when the crazed moose focused its attention on Hans, he utilized another skill learned form WoW: he feigned death.
Oddly, this all worked. The moose kicked at Hans a few times then, thinking him dead, left. So don’t say video games never did anything for anyone. It saved one, and possibly two, lives this day.