Leveling in World of Warcraft changed with the introduction of Artifacts in Legion, which were a self-contained system of power acquisition that was confined entirely to that expansion.
Garrisons, Artifacts, Heart of Azeroth, Covenants — Does World of Warcraft focus too much on expansion-locked systems?
Remember when Legion was first announced, and we World of Warcraft players were first tantalized with the features that would end up dominating the expansion?
Blizzard adds a new wrinkle to Corruption resistance and Ashjra’kamas, takes away ‘infinite’ AP trait in 8.3
World of Warcraft loves its grinds, but at least one of them won't be going live in the upcoming patch.
As a raider, I've always felt the pressure to do certain things in WoW.
Blizzard says Azerite armor isn’t the worst itemization in the game’s history, but agrees that it’s pretty close
As defenses of a game system go, this isn't the worst thing you've caught me doing is certainly a novel one.
Artifact Power items can now be sold, try not to think of how much gold you’d have if you never used any
With the latest World of Warcraft update, players were allowed to complete the quest that marked the beginning of the end of our Artifact weapons.
The Netherlight Crucible has been a host of misunderstandings, to say the least.
This week, Nyx asks if raid leaders should call out players who aren't spending enough time earning Artifact Power and Legendaries.
I finally hit Artifact level 51 tonight, looked at my Artifact and realized I needed another 500 million Artifact Power to get my first Concordance of the Legionfall level.
While this may sound like a nerf, hear me (and the WoW developers) out: hitting Artifact Knowledge 50 was going to be a serious grind, and grinds like that just aren't any fun.