I enjoy the character of Marc Remillard from Julian May's Saga of Pliocene Exile because he is such an overwhelmingly smug character, and yet still affable and relatable -- able to be friendly with the protagonists of the story, yet still swan in at the end after having beaten them down with his psionic powers and say "As you can see, I've won.
Let’s start this by stating that I don’t want to die.
One of our first glimpses of Shadowlands was the animated short, Afterlives: Bastion.
The Kyrian story progresses in patch 9.1 — what does this mean for the ultimate story of Shadowlands?
Last week, we found out through datamining that the Kyrian are changing the way they do things in patch 9.1.
Hearthstone’s Book of Heroes explores Jaina’s past — and commits to Warcraft’s long-time faction conflict
Folks may remember that when Hearthstone was first released in 2014, it bore the subtitle "Heroes of Warcraft," which it lost two years later. While the precise reason the moniker was removed hasn't been stated, one interpretation is that when the playable heroes in Hearthstone are all recognizable from the Warcraft franchise, it's superfluous...
Here’s everything we know about how Frostmourne and the Helm of Domination are connected to the Shadowlands
In the Afterlives: Bastion short, Frostmourne appears to be able to rend souls in half.
First Shadowlands Afterlives animated short tells the hidden history of Bastion and Uther the Lightbringer
If, like me, you've been wondering how Uther the Lightbringer could have been in Bastion this whole time, and have been at Icecrown Citadel when we first saw Frostmourne, well, it turns out a lot happened to the soul of one of Azeroth's first Paladins.
Uther is the epitome of Paladins, of the Light, of goodness triumphing against evil.
There are so many cool shiny mounts, pets, toys, and armor out there.
After a quiet year since the game's announcement (but also a few weeks of some very conspicuous data updates and beta rumors), there's some news for Warcraft 3: Reforged.