Scott F. Andrews
Ten years ago this month, Blizzard added one of its largest and most memorable patches. Patch 2.1 gave us so much that only a massive amount of bullet points can do it justice.
OK, maybe not quite.
Guild leaders are not meant to be tyrants, dictators, or demagogues.
When a guild member leaves under less-than-sunny circumstances, the best thing to do is often just to learn from it and move on.
Many players are generally unhappy with Legion's most recent patch, 7.2.
As Legion rolls along, many guilds are experiencing turnover in their rosters.
Back in December, I told raid leaders not to blame themselves for poor raid attendance.
What can you do as an officer when you think one of your guild members is in a problem relationship?
Just over ten years ago, Burning Crusade ushered in a brand new way to experience World of Warcraft that for better or worse would change the game irrevocably: flying.
There's no easy way to introduce this subject.
There's no debating that the cost of raiding has skyrocketed in Legion. The prices of consumables and gear enhancements are at an all-time high.
This week, a military service member comes home to a dead roster and wants to know whether he should revive it into a new Mythic+ guild.
Earlier this year, the team behind the extralegal classic-era realm "Nostalrius" announced that they would make their source code and tools available to the public.
For many guilds, attendance on raid nights has been dropping throughout Legion.
Blizzard began teasing Hearthstone players about Gadgetzan this fall.
The world isn't sick of hearing about elections yet, right?