This week, Matt Rossi and Joe Perez explore the lore implications of the High Elves rejoining the Blood Elves and Void Elves, whether Paladins and Death Knights should be in open war with each other, and what NPC abilities they'd like to see for players.
This week, Matt Rossi and Joe Perez continue their exploration of the idea of a third faction in WoW consisting of many of the NPC races of Azeroth.
This week, Matt Rossi and Joe Perez discuss the news of the BlizzCon 2020 cancellation and its possible move to Spring 2021 as a virtual event, what a cinematic TV show based on WoW could look like, and whether Blizzard can continue to attract new players to WoW 15 years after its initial launch.
This week, Matt Rossi and Joe Perez explore whether Maiev is losing support from the Night Elves, if N'Zoth really holds its knaifu Xal'atath close to its corrupted heart, and the idea of the lesser races of Azeroth (Gnolls, Kobolds, Quillboar, etc) uniting to form a third faction.
This week Matt Rossi and Joe Perez explore the future of the tank/healer/DPS holy trinity, Diablo 3's upcoming Season 21, and the new targeted Corruption mechanic coming to WoW.
This week, Matt Rossi and Joe Perez devote the entire podcast to exploring the twisted history of the fanatical Sally Whitemane and her Scarlet Crusade.
This week, Matt Rossi and Joe Perez explore the possibility of BlizzCon only happening virutally, the rumored Diablo 2 remaster, and whether WoW should adopt Overwatch-style groups without a mandatory tank and healer.
This week, Matt Rossi and Joe Perez explore the strength of The Jailer, what other worlds the Shadowlands pull the dead from, and the possible fate of everyone's favorite knaifu, Xal'atath.
This week, Matt Rossi and Joe "Lodur" Perez explore the Revendreth zone in the WoW Shadowlands alpha, wonder whether Vrykul should be a playable race, and Joe is given a choice between his two most wished-for features in the game.
This week, Matt Rossi and Joe Perez explore the possibility of a Battle for Gilneas content patch, whether new landmasses imply Azeroth is growing, and void-infested Titans, of course.