Have Your Own Vuvuzela In-Game!

Hey you over there!

Ever wanted what it would be like to have the awesome buzzing of World Cup: South Africa in the world of warcraft?

Well, today is your lucky day!

1) Click on this link to download the zip file from mediafire.

2) Copy the extracted file to your World of Warcraft “DATA” folder.  (i.e., \World of Warcraft\DATA\).  If there’s a subfolder called enUS (or enEU if you have a european version) in your data folder, copy the extracted content to that one instead.

3) Start the World of Warcraft program.

Hopefully, if the  steps worked out, your DK’s normal Horn of Winter sound effect will be overridden by the glorious sound of the Horn of Soccer.  It will last for approximately 20 seconds, the length of the cooldown for Horn of Winter, meaning your DK character can get your Horn on for as long as you damn well please.

For those who don’t play DK’s, you will certainly hear the sound of the Vuvuzela when another DK uses this spell within your vicinity, but after a certain amount of time, you will have to stay within a close range of him if you want to hear the whole duration.

So soccer fans, rejoice!  You can have your cake and eat it too!

(note: This “mod” is client side only, and DOES NOT alter any of Blizzard’s sound files. It simply overrides the default sounds and plays the mod’s sound files instead.)

(via Gazimoff and the Mana Obscura)

10 thoughts on “Have Your Own Vuvuzela In-Game!

  1. Thank goodness this is client-side. If the DKs in my raid started broadcasting this I’d shoot myself with the closest hunter’s gun. Crap, come to think of it, I hope none of my raidmembers see this and start broadcasting over Teamspeak :S

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  4. Hey there. I live in south africa and i can tell you that the vuvuzela sounds alot worse in person then it does on the tv.

    Imagine someone killing a baby elephant with a blunt knife.
    THAT is the sound it makes.
    But the worst part of all, i hear that sound everyday, everywhere.
    It wakes me up in the morning, and i go to sleep with it at night.

    Every single person i hear blowing those things, i really want to shove it up somewhere(big side first ofc)

    2c.

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