We'd like to think Bolvar is doing fine as the Lich King, but a closer look at the Death Knight campaign reveals some peculiar similarities, and raises some disturbing questions.
We know astonishingly little about Bolvar Fordragon.
The Burning Legion has been defeated – mostly.
Last week, we talked about what would have happened if Dranosh Saurfang hadn't died at the Wrathgate.
We do something called Tinfoil Hat KYL's here, where we speculate on what might be happening behind the scenes.
I talked a bit last week about why the Scourge is potentially a greater threat now than it has been at any time since the end of the War in Northrend.
One of the questions I hear a lot is: After we deal with the Legion, what threat could possibly be next?
We haven’t really heard much from the Knights of the Ebon Blade since the end of Wrath.
Tirion Fordring had risen from a mere hermit living in the outskirts of the Plaguelands to the leader of the assault against the Lich King.
Named for both his grandfather and the Lion of Azeroth, Anduin Llane Wrynn has a lot to live up to -- but he's not taking the expected route to get there.