As part of the holiday refresh in Dragonflight patch 10.1.7, there are new Dragonriding armors available to earn.
It's the most wonderful time of the year in the World of Warcraft -- Brewfest!
How do you deal with waiting for an exciting game update when you already have so much to do in the current patch?
I get future envy a lot when it comes to games like World of Warcraft.
It's time for Brewfest in World of Warcraft and your Dragonriding mount is ready to enjoy the festivities with their own special Brewfest Armor.
It's Pirate's Day in World of Warcraft and your Dragonriding mount is ready to enjoy the festivities with their own special Pirate's Day Armor.
Even the games I love have things that I don't like. World of Warcraft has the interminable class balance problem that it has always had (and probably will always have) magnified by player perception that if a class isn't exactly as good at every aspect of gameplay as everyone else trying to do that aspect -- yes, I'm looking at you, tanking -- that said class is garbage and must never be brought to a dungeon or raid.
Dragonflight patch 10.2 is finally bringing players to one of World of Warcraft's most important areas, the Emerald Dream, where everything in patch 10.2 takes place.
The Old Gods have left their mark on Azeroth, and especially on the Dragonflights that make up the main narrative focus of Dragonflight, World of Warcraft's appropriately named Dragon-themed expansion.
Dragonflight continues to expand player options, and patch 10.1.7 adds one that has long been on the top of many lists: the red-skinned Eredar appearance for Draenei.
After over a year of only being able to Dragonride in Dragonflight, we're finally getting the option to ride regular flying mounts in the Dragon Isles.