Battle For Azeroth
During these quarantine times (quarantimes?) it's possible that some of you out there have been spending more time than usual playing the games you invest the most time in.
Say what you will about him, there is one truth we can all agree with: Nathanos Blightcaller is one of the most controversial figures in World of Warcraft.
Spoilers for the Shadowlands expansion in this post.
I keep thinking about the Forsaken following Battle for Azeroth.
In World of Warcraft Battle for Azeroth, Corruptions are now available for sale from MOTHER.
One thing that's going to happen in Shadowlands is, we'll eventually shelve our Hearts of Azeroth and no longer have access to them or to the Azerite Traits that depends on them to work.
World of Warcraft Shadowlands is in its closed Alpha, and people have already seen gameplay from the Bastion and Revendreth zones featuring the Kyrian and Venthyr factions.
We've all had this experience -- you log in to review patch notes, skim-skim-skim and wait, what is this weird new thing?
Blizzard seems to frequently treat World of Warcraft expansions as self-contained stories, where almost all characters who show up are never seen again.
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