The latest expansion for World of Warcraft, Dragonflight, will launch on November 28, so you have a limited amount of time to level your latest main or to get your army of alts ready to tackle the Dragon Isles.
It's kind of a running joke that I have a lot of Warriors in World of Warcraft, but the fact is, I've always just enjoyed that class the most out of any that the game offers.
Patch 9.1.5 is bringing some alt-friendly improvements to the Shadowlands, so if you've been thinking of leveling up a new character you may want to hold off until the patch comes out.
Your first character has entered the Shadowlands, completed the Campaign, chose their Covenant, and started progressing the Covenant Campaign.
The way you level alts through the Shadowlands is about to change, giving you more flexibility on how to play subsequent characters.
The leveling experience is drastically changing in WoW Shadowlands.
There's been a lot to digest with the announcement of Shadowlands.
Getting to fly in World of Warcraft has been something players have enjoyed since it was added in the Burning Crusade expansion.
When you finally hit level 120, looking at the long list of all the things you could do next can be kind of overwhelming.
Above everything else, for me at least, Legion was the expansion of alts.