The nostalgia is running large in World of Warcraft these days.
It’s been three years. How would you do another Warcraft movie? What plot would make it worth doing another to begin with?
On June 10, 2016, the Warcraft movie premiered.
Over the weekend, my guild did "Call to Arms: Drustvar." We're not a PVP-centric guild, but we have people who enjoy doing this so we try to put a couple events every month on the calendar.
One of the things I like to do when waiting for Galleon -- and all the rest -- to spawn, is to mouse over all the people waiting with me and read their guild names.
When Star Wars burst onto the scene, we saw something we'd not seen before -- a massive marketing and promotion of a movie with tie-ins of all sorts -- and it set the stage for the selling of any big budget movie and TV series.
I've been reading a philosophy book about World of Warcraft.
Some of you have probably guessed the image above is Stratholme.
I was looking for some information recently and a guild member suggested I go to the WoW forums, as he remembered a thread about the topic in question.
Everybody meet Steve.
There are currently 39 raids in World of Warcraft with an end boss.