If you play Dragonflight mostly solo, gearing up a character can be tough, whether you're just finishing your journey to level 70 for the first time, or you're about to gear up your fifth Warrior alt.
It's not a secret that I felt pretty disconnected from my main in Battle for Azeroth and Shadowlands. Playing a Night Elf felt pretty crummy, at least to me, with the whole storyline hinging around the deaths of thousands of my character's people — including all the vendors and innkeepers and auctioneers and bankers and other NPCs I saw on a fairly frequent basis.
One of the most intriguing features coming to Dragonflight, Dragonriding, lets you not only take to the skies, but to use physics to hurdle your way through the Dragon Isles like a Goblin-engineered rocket.
Some of us love spreadsheets, and we may even use them to keep track of their World of Warcraft characters.
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.
Cross-faction gameplay is coming to World of Warcraft — at least in a limited fashion that will allow players to run dungeons and raids.
Shadowlands patch 9.1.5 is very alt-friendly, especially in terms of making unlocks account wide. Armor upgrade items from Archivist's Codex can be purchased by all characters once one reaches Tier 6 reputation, and the Covenant armor appearances, mounts, and toys can be used by all characters after a character reaches Renown 80 with the Covenant.
I hear the phrase "The game respects your time" more and more lately, and it's something I think about a lot.
Shadowlands was far from an alt-friendly expansion when it was first released.
World of Warcraft's patch 9.1.5 has made catching up on your alts easier than ever.