Since the last Arcane Sanctum when we looked at changes to Arcane’s talents in the Legion alpha, more information continues to be available from testing and the devs themselves.
Now that the Legion alpha is available, we’re getting new information all the time.
BlizzCon has come and gone and we’re now seeing a deluge of information!
The Legion class preview for Mages is now live and is a bit different than the earlier Priest and Hunter previews.
One of the changes to class design revealed during the Legion systems panel is to stacking buffs and complicated resource systems.
However you play World of Warcraft, there are always going to be times in the game when you’re running solo.
By the time you’re reading this, it’s the best time of the year again: Hallow's End!
Although we’re still in the middle of Warlords of Draenor’s final raid tier, it’s an exciting time as we begin looking forward to Legion and changes it might bring.
World of Warcraft has been around a long time now.
There comes a time in every Mage’s life when they want to improve their game.
Since the last Arcane Sanctum, some major things have happened.
Once you've progressed through the first two wings of Hellfire Citadel, you'll start tackling some of the more complicated encounters.
I’d planned to write about Timewalking before I’d even had a chance to try it.
Now that we have some new raid content to tackle, it seems appropriate to look at it from a Mage perspective.
This week we take a look at what Mages can expect from patch 6.2 including tier set bonuses, class changes and more.
Mages have many options only available to us when it comes to plodding along on the ground. We’ll start off with transportation aids that aren’t class specific and then move on to the good, Mage only stuff.