Christian Thoma @Kalcheus — Christian lives in North Carolina with his wife (gorgeous), son (lovable), and dog (dozing). Better known as Kalcheus and occasionally Chrth, he has been playing World of Warcraft since 2008 and is just as bad now as when he started. A huge fan of D&D since the red box days, he is currently in therapy for his crippling addiction to Norse-themed 5E campaign settings. Stuff he writes that isn't good enough for BlizzardWatch gets dropped off at Kalcheus.com instead.
Hello and Happy Friday everybody! Liz needed a break from all the questions regarding the sword in Silithus so I have been selected to fill in for her. Unfortunately I’m writing this while watching the NFL draft so if I go a little heavy on the sportsball comments please forgive me.
Coyote & Crow is a science fantasy TTRPG that was overwhelmingly successful on Kickstarter last year, nominated for a Nebula award for Game Writing, and is now appearing on the shelves of your local gaming store.
The Shadowlands expansion for World of Warcraft isn't technically over yet -- patch 9.2.5 is on the PTR and the Jailer wing of the Sepulcher of the First Ones raid hasn't opened yet for LFR -- but with the next expansion announcement coming on Tuesday and the Shadowlands narrative essentially completed now that Zovaal's been defeated and Sylvanas judged it seems a large portion of the player base is ready to move on to the next big thing.
As the main storyline of Shadowlands comes to a close, we're still left with a few dangling threads — but the one that is most likely to impact the future of World of Warcraft is the journey Anduin is setting off on.
The first time we encountered Il'gynoth was in the Emerald Nightmare raid, it had some interesting prophetic whispers for players -- whispers that were immediately dissected for clues about future plans for the game.
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