Know Your Lore
Want to get into the lore, but don’t know where to begin? The following is a guide to all canon novels, manga, comics, and short stories related to World of Warcraft — in chronological order. This means that instead of being listed by when the material was published, it’s being listed by its order in the Warcraft lore timeline. For frame of reference, all material is sorted by the game title and expansion in which it takes place.
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Recent Know Your Lore Posts
Of all the myriad characters in World of Warcraft, none is quite so justifiably fed up as Jaina Proudmoore.
The word Zandalar means a lot of different things.
Is there such a thing as going too far in the pursuit of science?
We got to see a kickass cinematic, watched some panels, and heard Jaina's chilling voiceover on the features trailer.
It's the largest of the World Trees, dwarfing even Nordrassil or Shaladrassil.
Far to the north in the Eastern Kingdoms lies Tirisfal Glades.
In just a few short days, BlizzCon 2017 will be here -- and with it, a cavalcade of announcements.
I fully expect Odyn to be a raid boss at some point in the future.
When we’re looking at upcoming content, it’s always fun to speculate about new races.
Last week we talked about Keeper Odyn and the dread being he had summoned from the Shadowlands.
When looking at likely prospects for new playable races next expansion, it’s impossible to ignore the Vrykul.
The Titan Keeper and Prime Designate Odyn did not trust the Dragon Aspects.
Last week, we took a look at a race that took center stage for a chunk of the latest expansion.
There were once seven nations of Humankind in the Eastern Kingdoms.
In between all fighting all the demonic forces the Legion has to offer, there are hints to be found at what might be coming next. The most logical of these? A new player race we’re now intimately familiar with – the Shal’dorei.
Last week Blizzard released the three part Alleria and Turalyon audio drama, A Thousand Years of War.