It's no secret that I enjoy old content for the sweet transmog loot cradled within, like a Kinder Egg full of potential outfits I haven't acquired yet, so when I see changes to Legion raids like Antorus and the Nighthold -- changes aimed at making these raids easier to solo -- I'm very happy.
Last week Blizzard released the three part Alleria and Turalyon audio drama, A Thousand Years of War.
Recently a bit of a contradiction has occurred to me.
Wowhead has pulled some new voice files out of the recent patch 7.3.2 PTR and ... Guys, if we go any further into this I gotta get this spoiler warning out of the way. Because it's big. Spoilers. Teasing the next expansion. You shouldn't read any further unless you want that.
This is a bit of a swerve for this column, but I get asked a lot of questions on Twitter and via email about patch 7.3 and things that we've seen and experienced since it dropped.
If you clicked on this article not expecting spoilers, I don't know what to tell you.
The folks at Wowhead have once again datamined up some pretty huge spoilers for patch 7.3.
Guys, this is another of those posts where I warn you that if you read -- or, in this case, listen -- any further, you're going to get spoiled for patch 7.3.
Where Light and Void clash, chaos is born: the chaos of the Twisting Nether, birthplace of the Fel.
Draenor was never really meant to be a “unique” world.