I cannot even with this little guy.
We've had patch 8.3 of World of Warcraft for a few days now, and I'm curious what y'all have felt and experienced while playing it.
I often wonder about how other people play World of Warcraft.
I mean, I kind of know what you're doing first -- if you want to do anything else in World of Warcraft's patch 8.3, you'll need to do the introductory questline that unlocks everything else, from the Old God Assaults to the Horrific Visions and including the raid itself, since the raid portal for Ny'alotha will switch between Uldum and the Vale of Eternal Blossoms depending on which zone is under attack by the Old God itself.
Maybe I should ask, "What could make you play as a healer?" because I recently healed a dungeon run in World of Warcraft on my Paladin and I couldn't wait to run back to Retribution and never look back.
The existence of WoW Classic has me thinking about what's changed and what hasn't since 2004 when World of Warcraft came out.
Sometimes, you wake up, think about what your day's gonna look like, and get back to the regular grind.
I may have asked this before, but revisiting the Caverns of Time for World of Warcraft's 15th Anniversary event got me thinking about the location again.
What would World of Warcraft be without references to pop culture?
If you didn't get a chance to do it, you'd better move fast, because the 15th Anniversary event for World of Warcraft is ending tomorrow, January 7, 2020.