Legion's artifact weapons have placed more emphasis than ever before on the tools we do battle with.
Blizzard's approach to class design in Legion centers around the "distinctive identity" of a class and its specializations.
The Legion alpha rolls onward, and we learn a little more about the expansion with each iteration.
During BlizzCon's Q&A panel, Tom Chilton had a question for us: "What would you think about Karazhan as a five player dungeon in patch 7.1?" The crowd responded, to put it mildly, with unanimous enthusiasm.
BlizzCon 2015 is only a few more days away!
I'll never forget a Hunter that I quested with in Stonetalon Mountains one evening in December 2004.
WoW players are deep into patch 6.2.
Timewalking returns this weekend.
In the WoW Archivist column, we take you back in time to another era of the game. In patch 6.2, Blizzard is offering a way to do that literally.
Most rings are little more than an icon and a handful of stats, but some are so much more. Let's take a look at the strange history of Warcraft's rings.
The WoW Token is just the latest place where World of Warcraft and real money collide.
Brann Bronzebeard screams as he flees from Ulduar, barely evading Kologarn's eye-lasers. This was our first glimpse of what patch 3.1 had in store for us. It would go down as one of WoW's all-time best.
Of all 11 classes in WoW, death knights have had the most dramatic evolution. From their beginnings as a supremely flexible "hero class" --with three hybrid trees -- to their current incarnation, DKs have ridden their pale horses a very long way.