Warlock Curse spells are warlock debuffs that afflict the target with negative effects. Curses can be dispelled by druids, mages and shamans. Several former Curse spells were turned into Banes in patch 4. One Curse and one Bane could be active on any one target at a time per warlock. Sign In. Jump to: navigationsearch.
Curses and Banes Several former Curse spells were turned into Banes in patch 4. Damage starts low and increases over the duration. Doom critical strikes summon a Wild Imp to attack the target. Lasts 30 sec. Rolled into [ Curse of the Elements ] [ Curse of Recklessness ] 2 min Curses the target with recklessness, increasing melee attack power by X but reducing armor by Y for 2 min. Cursed enemies will not flee. Warlock curses. Category : Warlock abilities.
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Miscellaneous files.The Curse of Sethe is an ancient curse that causes arakkoa to become wretched and flightless and which cuts them off from the light of their sun goddess, Rukhmar. It was created by the wind serpent god Sethe during his final moments after the great battle between him, Rukhmar and the raven god Anzuwho then became the first to contract the curse after devouring Sethe.
To this day, the pools of Sethekk Hollow are still contaminated with Sethe's blood and curse, and any arakkoa who comes in contact with its water becomes afflicted.
The Adherents of Rukhmar throw heretics and criminals into the fetid pools as a punishment, and over time these cursed outcasts have formed a society of their own. The curse cripples arakkoa with visions of darkness and intense pain,  searing the flesh and tearing at the mind.
Most arakkoa die or go insane. Only the strongest can resist. The affliction is hereditary and affects the entire lineage, meaning that the offspring of a cursed arakkoa will also be cursed. At the time of the war against the Iron Hordemany arakkoa had been born with it.
The Curse of Sethe has been shown to be reversible by the power of fel. Shadow-Sage Iskar regained his wings upon drinking demon blood. The Curse of Sethe is older than the arakkoa race itself. It was created by the wind serpent god Sethe during his final moments after the great battle between him and Rukhmarjust before he was devoured by Anzu. Only a small trickle of Sethe's blood managed to escape the Broken Spire where he fell, trickling down to blight the valley below, which would become known as the Sethekk Hollow.
Soon, however, Anzu felt Sethe's hatred coursing through him.
His back twisted, his wings became weak and his mind was wracked with painful visions. The raven god had contained Sethe's curse by taking it upon himself.
Anzu would grapple with the curse for some time before retreating to the shadows. Rukhmar, terrified of the curse, would never land in Arak again, and thus created the arakkoa in hopes that they would one day bask in the wind and sun as she had.
At an unknown point in time, the Adherents of Rukhmarthe ruling sect of the arakkoan capital Skyreachbegan the practice of using the curse as a punishment. Those found guilty of breaking the law, dabbling in shadow magicor worshipping gods other than Rukhmar are hurled from the spires and into the cursed pools of Sethekk Hollow, where their wings shrivel and their bodies contort.Curse is a dispel type that is inflicted by various bosses, mobs, and most commonly by warlocks and shamans.
Curses only exist as debuffsnot as buffs. The border around a Curse type effect's icon in a player or mob's debuff bar is purple. Warlocks have a range of Curses and Banesall of which are of the Curse dispel type.
While Curses tend to weaken the target, reducing their stats or slowing their actions, Banes deal damage directly or indirectly as well as sometimes providing additional effects.
Shamans have the Curse [ Hex ]. Troll Priests used to have a Curse [ Hex of Weakness ] before patch 3. Sign In. Jump to: navigationsearch. For the gaming website, see Curse site. Curse Disease Magic Poison Typeless.
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This site is a part of Fandom, Inc. About Wowpedia Disclaimers Mobile view. Support Contact PRO.The worgen cursealso known as the curse of the worgen  or simply the Curse   transforms people into ferocious creatures known as worgen.
Those bitten by these unruly beasts contract the virulent curse and will turn into worgen. Receiving the curse from the Scythe of Elune or by drinking worgen blood will cause an immediate transformation. The Wolf Cult had been secretly afflicting Gilneans with the worgen curse; bolstering the worgen population and using their numbers to build a feral worgen army that would be used to launch an attack on Gilneas City.
The devastating attack weakened the nation's defenses and paved the way for the Forsaken invasion. The worgen curse reached pandemic levels when it spread into the secluded human kingdom of Gilneastransforming almost all of its inhabitants into worgen.
These particular worgen are known as the Greymane worgen.
Upon experimenting it on captured Gilnean mindless worgen, it allowed them to regain their sanity giving them control of their mindsthus allowing them to retain the semblance of their past human selves.
The night elves later offered a more effective treatment: Drinking from the wells of Tal'doren would allow them to transform back into their human-selves at will. There is, however, no full cure, and the animal within will never truly be at rest.
In worgen form, they are faster and stronger; with better eyesight and an animal instinct inside them that courses through their veins. With the aid of all four limbs, a worgen can sprint at speeds rivaling the swiftest horsesnightsabersand mechanostriders. With the curse comes also a resistance to other curses and diseases  as well as immunity to the depravity of the Forsaken. The worgen curse has roots in both the Emerald Dream through the wolf Ancient, Goldrinn and the holy power of the goddess Elune.
In addition, those worgen who imbibe the waters of Tal'doren — through the ritual they undergo to maintain balance between the worgen curse and their humanity—have a further resistance to the corruption of undeath. Some worgen are able to shapeshift without treatments.
Many worgen are in control without needing treatments, but may not be able to shapeshift, because they have not found balance. Some are bitten while panicking and are at risk of the mindless state. Those of great rage, like Mardiganwill find their emotions amplified to the point of a ravenous beast.
Sven Yorgen saw his family had been brutally murdered by the Dark Riders and was bitten shortly after, losing himself to rage and hate, particularly against Jitters. Alchemy does not offer a cure, but can be helpful to treat the mind, if enough is left intact. While he had not finished it, the raw version better complimented the primal creature Mardigan became, and gave the boy some semblance of control unless driven to anger.
A night elf ceremony referred to as the Ritual of Balance can be performed to bring harmony to many of the worgen. Genn led Varian through the same Ritual of Balance that he and other worgen had used to control their rage.
Now and then, there are those who do not survive it and are put down. During the third invasion of the Burning Legionthe Scythe of Elune was used to turn four night elf worgen in Val'sharah back into night elves. The worgen curse has been referred to as an affliction,   sickness,  curse,  gift,   and a blessing,  and is a topic of debate between worgen.
Upon its creation during the War of the Satyrthe Druids of the Pack prayed to Elune for help, and became worgen. Seeing it as the ideal form, the followers of Ralaar Fangfire were eager to become worgen as well. They called themselves Druids of the Scytheand many other night elves joined them over the course of seven days.
Shortly after their creation, Malfurion Stormrage first saw worgen as monstrosities and considered it a misuse of druidism. Ralaar attacked him, and he considered his former disciples as poisoned, misguided, flawed, and consumed by rage. After the worgen began biting and turning others into worgen against their will, he founded the Cenarion Circle to establish a tradition of druidism and banished the worgen to the Emerald Dream.The Curse of Flesh is a curse suffered by some of the descendents of Azeroth 's seed racesnotably the dwarves and gnomes.
The Curse of Flesh is revealed to have been created by the Old Gods early in Azeroth's history to "facilitate assimilation".
The titans attempted to remove the curse and the Old Godsbut found that the Old God infestation had grown too severe to remove without completely destroying Azeroth. Instead they bound the Old Gods within Azeroth.
A dialogue triggered by Brann Bronzebeard in Ulduar gives most of the details of the curse and the connection to the Old Gods. In the quest The Mechagnomesa dialogue with Fizzcrank Fullthrottle details the removal of the curse from several gnomes by Gearmaster Mechazod which transformed the gnomes into "mechanical beings".
The dialogue mentions that all creations of the titans eventually fell victim to it. Sjonnir The Ironshaper mentions the curse when engaged. While the Lorekeeper's Knowledge in Uldaman doesn't mention the Curse of Flesh by name, it clearly refers to the same events that are later described by the Tribunal of Ages. Interestingly, this dialogue was written during the original World of Warcraftindicating that either this plotline has been planned for many years or has been built out of existing lore.
Jotun 's title suggests that he is cursed, or bears a curse to others which could be believed to be the Curse of Flesh. In Archavon's Log before Patch 3. Not important. Go back to sleep. While General Bjarngrim in the Halls of Lightning does not directly utter the name of the curse, he does refer to it during the fight. His quotes imply that he compares himself with the player.
Apparently, he also considers killing lifeforms affected by the curse to be the the solution of removing it. In Icecrown Citadelsome of her dialogue states that the Curse of Flesh is a joke played by the Creators on their own creations. She also states that the sooner the cultists come to terms with the 'fact' that the Curse is a defect, the sooner they will come into a position to transcend it.
The Tribunal of Ages dialogue reveals that it was the curse that caused the transformation from stony earthen to fleshy dwarves while they were asleep in Uldaman.
Knaak, the altered timelime of The War of the Ancients descibes the dwarves as earthen. The beard was actually an intricate series of mineral growths that even made it looks as if the figure was graying with age. The troggs too, were initially stone creatures. Like the Earthen, some were affected by the curse, turning them into fleshy troggs.
If Gearmaster Mechazod is to be believed, prior to the curse, gnomes appeared as mechagnomes. Unaffected mechagnomes have been found in the Storm Peaksmaintaining the mechanical systems of the Titans.
There is a quest chain located north of the Borean Tundra in Northrend about the curse. Sjonnir the Ironshaper appears as a vrykul with metallic skin. As such, it was thought possible by some players that the vrykul also had an original, more stony, appearance and also suffered from the curse.
However, the 'iron' races were constructed by Lokenafter and separately from all other titan creations. The storm giants of Northrend may be aesir who have succumbed to the curse.
Aesir is the titan word meaning "storm giant". The tol'vir of Uldum are a race of stone cat-centaur introduced in Cataclysm. The curse of flesh causes them to turn into the fleshy, wingless Ramkahen.
The process can be reverted by powerful beings such as Siamatand is some kind of a 'reward' for swearing allegiance to Deathwing. The curse of flesh can effect the various earth elemental types within Deepholm. This causes them to turn into creatures akin to fungal giants.
Games Movies TV Wikis. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki.Curse Client is an additional piece of software for World of Warcraft that provides and manages add-ons.
However, for those who play the game, Curse helps provide add-on functionality that can even be lifesaving during the game. Although useful add-ons can be installed manually, an add-on manager makes it easier to sort through the files and dependencies created by each add-on, by extension making it easier to install or uninstall them. World of Warcraft's interface is frequently updated with features that most players consider important, but some are still not in the game's default interface.
For example, the game does not have a damage-per-second meter by default, and its warnings about boss actions are more sparse than add-ons can provide. Additionally, since add-ons are not against Blizzard's terms of service as they are with some other companies and their MMOs, add-ons are very common and supported by the community. Curse is an exemplary add-on manager that installs quickly, does its work, and closes with little to no fuss.
Leaving the program in your system tray can automatically update your add-ons when a new version of them is available, and its footprint on memory and so forth is small compared to many other modern applications. However, it is useful to note that Curse comes bundled with other programs, and does communicate with its server the central database from which the Curse "Client" pulls. As such, some of its behaviour may be seen as unnecessary or unwanted to users whose only goal is to manage their add-ons, not to have all of the bells and whistles that these partly-welcome intrusions add.
Overall, if you play World of Warcraft, you may find that the game requires add-ons for maximum enjoyability. Unlike other games, they do not change World of Warcraft's fundamental gameplay, but they may make it easier, harder or simply more informative.
Although World of Warcraft now provides the option to enable or disable add-ons in its main menu, its functionality is still not equivalent to a true add-on manager like Curse, which does its job very well.
Just keep in mind your preferences and needs before you pick one! Curse Client Gamer interface that provides add-ons and other helpful things for various games.
Free download. Pros Simple to use Useful for managing large numbers of rarely updated add-ons Cons Potentially bad compatibility with the upcoming World of Warcraft expansion Might come with some unwanted cruft.