An article tells of a 12 year old Norwegian boy who used the skills he learnt whilst playing WoW, to save his sister from a deadly threat.
While out walking in the woods, Hans Jorgen Olsen and his 10 year old sister stumbled upon an enraged Moose. The animal attacked Hans' sister, so in a bid to rescue the girl, Hans used a couple of tricks he'd learnt from playing WoW. First, he taunted the Moose by hitting it repeatedly with a stick. Once he had the furious animal's attention, he Feigned Death.
The Moose soon lost interest in Hans, thinking him dead, and went off about his business.
There you have it, proof that WoW saves the lives of children! It should be played in schools to teach kids valuable life skills! In all seriousness though, good on you Hans, and it's nice to see WoW being accredited for something positive
Hot damn, WoW is not only a fun MMO; it's actually a life saver! You can read it for yourself right here：Child Learns Live-Saving Skills From WoW