We know we'll be using our Artifact weapons for the duration of Legion -- these weapons of power are intrinsically tied to the gameplay and narrative of the expansion.
Thrown into the hype of Legion, who could neglect the questions about the artifact weapons?
My favorite parts of World of Warcraft have always been the stories.
The latest build of the Legion alpha finally opened up the Assassination Rogue for testing -- including acquisition of their Artifact weapons, the Kingslayers.
We’re now about three months into Legion alpha testing the Hunter class, so I thought it would be worthwhile to revisit each spec and see what has changed since my initial first impression columns (Survival, Marksmanship, Beast Mastery).
Last time we talked, I gushed about our new class order hall.
Ashbringer, the bringer of ashes, the legendary blade that put an end to the Mograine bloodline, shattered the runeblade Frostmourne, and slew legions of the undead has been central to Paladin and, arguably, Warcraft lore for a very long time.
Welcome back to Arcane Sanctum, 2016 edition!
Priest healing specs aren’t open yet on the Legion alpha (obviously they’re too busy making us perfect right?), but Priest Artifact weapons and talent trees have made an initial appearance.
Our look at Artifact weapons at last comes to those wielded by Mages, the masters of Fire, Frost, and the Arcane.