Last week on Blizzard Watch: BlizzCon cometh
The BlizzCon 2015 announcement was undoubtedly the biggest news of the week — but that doesn’t mean there wasn’t anything else going on here at Blizzard Watch. Follow along as we revisit the best of the past week.
World of Warcraft Features
- Episode 6 of the Blizzard Watch podcast
- Lightsworn: Retribution paladins in Blackrock Foundry
- Know Your Lore: Jaina Proudmoore
- WoW Archivist: Secrets of patch 3.1
- Role Play: Orcs and age in roleplay
- The Warrior’s Charge: The Single Minded Fury
- Shifting Perspectives: Optimizing your druid for The Slagworks
- Officers’ Quarters: One on one
- What to do at level 100
- Euphyley recreates Warcraft on a small scale with sculpted figurines
World of Warcraft News and Miscellany
- Bosses in 5 Seconds: Blackrock Foundry LFR – Iron Assembly
- Top 10 battle pets you should stone to 25
- PVP damage reduced by 10% in hotfix
- Blizzard raises Blackrock Foundry item levels
- Deathwing invades Skyrim with new mod
- What makes dungeons worth running?
- Duncan Jones talks Warcraft film post-production, Gul’dan
- Take your exercise routine across Azeroth with Running Azeroth
- Blizzard’s Community Spotlight highlights cosplayer Py Wilson
- WowCraft episode 20 tackles the trouble with summoning
- The Grind Returns with episode 3: Patch Day
- Blood Legion to step back from World First raiding
- Give me mecha-worms or give me death
Other Blizzard Titles
- Know Your Diablo Lore: History of the Nephalem
- Armies of Azeroth remakes Warcraft III in Starcraft II editor
- Two new Blackrock Mountain cards revealed for Hearthstone
- Fun with Diablo III: My spinning ballerina of death barbarian build
- Hearthstone’s first birthday is here
If you’re looking for MMO news beyond World of Warcraft, look no further than our friends at Massively Overpowered. Here are some OP highlights from the past week.
- Elder Scrolls Online goes subscription-free this week
- Dungeon Fighter Online returns from the dead with March 24 open beta
- Embezzlement scandal hits NCSoft
- Star Citizen developers suggest the game client could be as large as 100gb
Until next week, everyone!
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