Last Friday, Blizzard did another round of Warfront testing on the Battle for Azeroth beta -- this time, on the Alliance side.
One of the benefits of Legion and its Artifact system was that it brought a lot of older lore about Azeroth and its universe to life in new ways.
Last week we discussed Quel'Thalas from its foundation to the beginning of the Troll Wars.
I'd love to thoroughly cover the lore for every Artifact in the game, but it'll be a long time before I can actually get them all maxed, if ever, so I'm starting with one of my favorites: the Arms Warrior Artifact Strom'kar the Warbreaker.
Back during the Cataclysm revamp, one zone I really felt like needed a lot more than it got was the Arathi Highlands.
Humanity in the world of Azeroth is at once an old and young race.
I haven't been back to Un'Goro since Cataclysm, and I only went there the one time then just to see how it had changed.
Anduin Lothar was one of the great heroes of the Alliance -- in fact, he was pretty much the impetus for the the original formation of it, just after the end of the First War.
Arathi was essentially the cornerstone for human history on Azeroth as we know it today. It was responsible for one of Azeroth's most well-known, beloved heroes, and for some, it remains a haunting reminder of an empire lost to time.