For me, for literally the last eleven years, the answer to the question "Why aren't you going to BlizzCon, Matt?" has been a combination of a lack of money, the inability to travel, and my health.
WoW holidays are kind of up in the air for me -- I like collecting stuff.
BlizzCon is right around the corner and the hype train is rolling full steam ahead.
I'm not really the most hardcore WoW player these days -- my approach to Legion has been pretty casual.
Okay, so right now I'm playing two Blizzard games and a non-Blizzard game on the regular and I'm also getting into another Blizzard game. And I'm considering Destiny 2 -- which would mean regularly playing World of Warcraft, Diablo 3, Heroes of the Storm, Destiny 2, and Battle Chasers. That is a lot of games to be playing.
With the recent datamined discovery of potential playable sub-races in the next WoW expansion, I started thinking about what other sub-races I'd like to play.
Destiny 2 launches on PC today, and while it isn't a game developed by Blizzard Entertainment, it is a game that appears on Blizzard's launcher.
We're in full Hallow's End swing here in the Blizzardverse, and pretty much every game celebrating brought something new to the table this year.
We haven't officially been told what it will be yet, but we're all fairly sure that there's going to be a World of Warcraft expansion reveal at BlizzCon.
There's a tradition of sorts with holidays in World of Warcraft.
This has been a really eventful month for me.
Legion isn't technically over, especially considering the next expansion hasn't been announced yet.
I was pretty excited when Legion was announced at Gamescom 2015.
Less than a month to the event where Blizzard dumps so much on us at once we get kind of dizzy, and I'm sitting here thinking about the hype train itself.
Sisters of the Moon is a very pretty fight.