I've realized that I filled up on my nostalgia quotient in the WoW Classic beta test, and I'm not exceedingly likely to play the actual game when it goes live this month.
There's already quite a few details about patch 8.2.5 that have me excited.
Sure, I've probably told the story of my wife and I deciding to get married during a Molten Core run, but still, it's hard to top.
It hasn't been all that long since World of Warcraft's patch 8.2 hit live serves and saw the release of Nazjatar, Mechagon, and all the things contained therein -- but that doesn't mean people aren't already talking about what comes next.
Let's set this up.
Sometimes for people very lucky -- or very skilled -- Blizzard will add a tribute to them in one of their games.
Where would you put your Guild Hall if they were ever added to World of Warcraft? What would be in it?
I was at the Thandol Span.
It's okay if it's the bee.
Nowadays, it's hard to find video games that actually end.
I think about this a lot, because I am one of those people who really, truly, deeply hates Nathanos Blightcaller, and while I know I would enjoy watching him be slowly mulched in a wood chipper, I can't think of any other situation where I would like him.