18 years after ‘it ruined my life’, David Harbour is streaming World of Warcraft: Dragonflight

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Stranger Things star David Harbour revealed in June that World of Warcraft ruined his life (opens in new tab)—literally. “In 2005 I played the shit out of this game!” he said during a Stranger Things panel on Netflix. “It ruined my life for like a year. I mean, I was like out of my mind. I was wildly addicted to this videogame.” He eventually kicked the habit, and went on to build a career as a respected and even beloved character actor. But now he’s come crawling back.

Harbour will be streaming some World of Warcraft: Dragonflight (opens in new tab) dungeon runs later today, December 2, beginning at 2 pm PT/5 pm ET. The event is being officially enabled by Blizzard, and he’ll be joined on the journey by streamers including Maximum, AnnieFuchsia, Naguura, and Larsfest.

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Harbour isn’t getting back into the game completely cold, for the record: Blizzard had already taken advantage of his WoW weakness for a Dragonflight promo released last week.