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No Launcher.exe in my World Of Warcraft installation

I used Crosstie to install World of Warcraft and during the installation it brought up the launcher which downloaded the game. I then clicked play and played for some time. Afterwards I closed out and went to go watch some videos. Later on, I cannot find the launcher. I checked Crossover and it doesn't say it is installed under Installed Applications. I then navigate to
~/.cxoffice/Bottle/drive_c/Program Files/World of Warcraft
and all the files are there, but no launcher! I tried double clicking Wow.exe and Wow-64.exe but to no avail.
Any ideas??

The most bizarre problem I have ever heard of! If there was an award for this stuff, you would be the champion.

Might I suggest this is worthy of a support ticket as the staff will surely be curious of the cause. Further, I doubt any of us users could figure this one out.

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