Shadowlands patch 9.1.5 is coming, which means it's time for the next wave of Timewalking dungeons to arrive, with Legion being the latest expansion to receive the nostalgia treatment.
Shadowlands patch 9.1 added a good number of rares to Korthia and the Maw, but like the daily quests they're not all created equal.
In an attempt to curtail ads, customizing group finder listings will require an Authenticator on your account in 9.1.5
Group Finder has been a useful tool in World of Warcraft, but a growing problem has been the organized group channels -- Raids, Mythic+, and PVP -- becoming overwhelmed by advertisements from those selling runs and carries.
It has been said by wiser people than I that "the road to hell is paved with good intentions," and I can't think of a more apt description for the AOE cap that was implemented in Shadowlands.
Once upon a time in World of Warcraft, you could have any backpiece you wanted as long as it was a cloak.
A common request from World of Warcraft players over the years has been a method of changing the color of their armor, with the most frequent idea being the addition of dyes to the game in order to do so.
Patch 9.1.5 will be hitting the PTR this week, and one of the surprises is that the otherwise-expected Legion Timewalking is also going to include a Mythic+ mode.
A couple weeks back, the Beasts of Prodigum bonus event for Torghast premiered, and like the other two bonus events that change up Torghast in different ways, it came and went with little excitement.
If you've been playing Guild Wars 2 for some time, you'll know that the Elder Dragons are the key motivator of the ongoing plot and that dealing with them is the core challenge facing the "commander" that players navigate throughout the world of Tyria.
I'll be honest, I've been enjoying Shadowlands patch 9.1 a lot.