Folks who played at the beginning of Wrath of the Lich King definitely experienced Naxxramas, the expansion's first tier of raiding.
Blackwing Lair being fully cleared within 40 minutes of it going live in WoW Classic was inevitable.
Blackwing Lair is one of the best raids, and also the most frustrating raids, that World of Warcraft has ever produced.
It's finally happened -- you've hit level 60 in World of Warcraft Classic and have decided you want to raid.
While doing a recent Ulduar run, the conversation turned to the atmosphere of the raid.
Okay, yeah, this one's mostly for me.
What's behind all those creepy bones? A whole mess of unsettling stories, it turns out.
Late Friday night, immediately before the weekend kicked off, World of Warcraft released its latest round of hotfixes. Most of the list addresses some of the game balance oddities that arrived with patch 7.3.5.
World of Warcraft was an entirely new game when it debuted in 2004 -- it wasn’t the RTS title players were familiar with.
With the announcement of WoW Classic, the editors put out a call for anyone on the team to reminisce about their experiences over 13 years ago when Onyxia, Nefarian, and C'Thun were some of the most historically challenging bosses ever in existence.