It turns out you all blow 1,603,044g a year on "nonessential" things like flight paths and armor repair.
As Blizzard and other game studios push further and further into gaming as a social activity with group finders and random grouping, I grow profoundly and deeply anti-social and I play video games to avoid interacting with strangers.
World of Warcraft is a vast game, both in terms of the scale of the world and the breadth of content it offers.
In patch 8.2, we'll finally be able to fly — and that includes the new zones we'll be going to.
Content for patch 8.2 is ramping up and it looks to be the most exciting content in Battle for Azeroth so far.
Even if you're avoiding spoilers, you still probably know the basic outlines of what's coming in patch 8.2 -- Queen Azshara's Naga are attacking the world and we're going to Nazjatar, there's a new kingdom of steampunk Gnomes called Mechagon and we're going there too, and, oh yeah, all that stuff that happened in 8.1.5 has repercussions in the War Campaign.
It's no secret that several folks around here at Blizzard Watch are really curious what's up with Wrathion -- the last time we saw him in person was during the Deaths of Chromie scenario back in Legion, and before that he made an appearance on the Alpha for that expansion before being replaced with Ebyssian.
Well, some of the story of Battle for Azeroth, anyway.
A good villain can make all the difference.
Children's Week has been updated for Battle for Azeroth, with two new orphans and four new pets.