It's been a while since we've had a chance to step back and take a look at Shadow Priests in Legion.
The patch 7.1.5 PTR launched early last week, and along with it came the usual datamining.
Doing Withered Training as a healer appears impossible, but it's not actually hard.
Hidden Artifact appearances have been the talk of WoW lately, with each class receiving a unique way to acquire each appearance.
Hello, Shadow Priests!
Legion has been out for almost a month, and we've had the chance to putter around the Broken Isles.
The last time anyone mentioned Turalyon and Alleria, it was their son Arator back in The Burning Crusade's Outland.
Wait, no, don't run away!
Legion will be here Tuesday, and with that comes our brand new Artifact weapons.
Legion is going to be here shortly, and while we've discussed leveling talents briefly -- and how they often will come down to personal preference -- there was one talent that was so strong it was becoming the only real option for Shadow Priests to take. It significantly changed your boss damage as a Shadow Priest and could boost you from the middle of the charts all the way to the top.
The Legion pre-patch is coming tomorrow.
Oh, the times, they are a-changin'.
Last time we covered first impressions of Holy questing.
Legion is bringing all sorts of changes to not only Shadow Priests but to the game as a whole.
One of Legion's touted features is healers will finally be able to quest in their healing spec.
Last month, Hearthstone released its latest expansion pack, Whispers of the Old Gods.