Dragonflight launches on November 28 and with it brand new zones to explore and mounts to collect. Shadowlands isn't over yet, though, and while we wait to go over to the Dragon Isles many players are looking to finish up collecting the mounts from the expansion (or taking advantage of the lull to revisit old expansions for mounts).
It seems like every single World of Warcraft player in the universe is running Torghast lately.
We still don't have a release date for Dragonflight yet, but I've decided to start getting ready for it.
Zereth Mortis was the final major zone added in Shadowlands, and it brought about a lot of intriguing new systems even before you consider the additions of Season 4.
As of this week, if a raid group decides they want to do so, they can activate two raid-wide Fated Powers, essentially dealing with two mechanics to add complication to the raid encounters, and getting two raid benefits if they deal with both successfully.
It's looking more and more likely that we'll get Dragonflight before the year is over, and that means we'll likely see the pre-patch in a month or two.
Rendle’s strange story continues in Hearthstone Battlegrounds, but we’re worried our friend is going down a dark (yet fashionable) path
Rendle proves that you can't keep a good Dredger down.
There’s a three year gap between the end of Shadowlands and the beginning of Dragonflight; what does that mean for Azeroth?
World of Warcraft players are all experts on keeping track of complicated timelines.
I'm generally pretty down for storylines in my games that swing the focus as wide and cinematic as it can get. Legion, for example, was a story I really enjoyed -- the invasion of Azeroth by a vast, world-spanning host of demons which led to a showdown on a planet seething with fel corruption between a Pantheon of beings on the scale of gods and their fallen former champion, who sought to potentially destroy our whole world.
Shadowlands patch 9.2 added three Conduits catchup items that gave a character any missing Conduits as well as upgrading them to a base level.