Azerite has been a major focus and main power system in Battle for Azeroth, but it hasn't fared well.
The next expansion was announced last month, the last raid is out, we’re getting ready for the last major patch…you know what that means.
Ornyx came into a discussion on Blizzard's forums, in response to players' concerns, to clarify design choices and reasons why the Netherlight Crucible works the way it does.
The Netherlight Crucible is a way to combat bad RNG with a little more RNG while making you stronger.
The Netherlight Crucible has prompted some last minute tuning and class balance changes, with one last tuning pass before it goes live tomorrow.
The Netherlight Crucible has been a host of misunderstandings, to say the least.
If you've been grinding your way through your Artifact Traits, you've probably aware that the Artifact Power needed to get later traits doesn't increase as sharply as it did at earlier levels.
When the patch 7.2 PTR came up yesterday, we knew the Broken Shore came with it — and today we have our first look at the Broken Shore assault courtesy of Wowhead.
The patch 7.2 PTR is about to get a new build, and it's a doozy.
If you're wondering how you should proceed with Artifact Power in light of the new traits coming in patch 7.2, we have some clarification from the EU forums.