With the arrival of Legion we're seeing tons of class changes to bring each class back in line with what Blizzard sees as the fantasy of each class.
One of the changes to class design revealed during the Legion systems panel is to stacking buffs and complicated resource systems.
Continuing in the tradition of reflecting on the past while we wait for the inevitable tide of Legion news to break, today’s Death Knight column will be a retrospective look at some of the ways in which ability pruning worked out for the class in Warlords of Draenor.
As the general lull in information about Legion continues, players are largely left to their own devices in attempting to piece together an analysis of what the expansion might bring.
As is the case with the final tier of every expansion, we find ourselves in the midst of a lull.
When I first began writing this week’s column I seriously contemplated going with my original idea about gearing in Hellfire Citadel for DKs.
Before I begin today’s column: A sincere apology to all readers who have been patiently waiting for another installment in the Plaguebearer series.
With the recent end of arena season announcement, and the fact that the latest PTR build is marked as a release candidate, it’s pretty clear that Patch 6.2 is largely done with development and will go live shortly. As such, it’s time to turn our attention to the Tier 18 Death Knight set bonuses that will be obtainable from the Hellfire Citadel raid.
Looking for a new gaming challenge or an interesting angle on RP? Reddit user Avinaria has found one: playing a Death Knight who remains loyal to the Lich King rather than joining the Alliance or Horde.
Tanking in a massively multiplayer game like World of Warcraft is when certain classes (Monks, Death Knights, Warriors, Paladins and Druids, in the case of WoW) choose a specialization and perform a role that is intended to keep the monsters in a dungeon or raid focused on said tank, and not instead on the healers or damage dealers in the group. You may already have known that, but it can be useful to establish basics right up front.