Hearthstone's latest patch made a major revamp to the popular Battlegrounds game mode.
In World of Warcraft's most recent expansions, we've seen a model take shape where players will have a concise zone-specific narrative.
I've been pretty blatant about my dislike for Azerite Armor this expansion, to the point where I worry at times that I'm too hard on it.
Honestly, I didn't expect to like my Dark Iron Paladin.
I mean, for me, the XP boost in World of Warcraft Blizzard introduced last week is terrifying because it suddenly opens up a ton of options.
Every night, I read a bedtime story to Little Hammer.
This is one I think about from time to time.
In what ways do you play World of Warcraft, and how do you balance that with real life responsibilities?
Sometimes it feels like World of Warcraft is a cyclical game, but no two people I know who play it are on the same cycle.
I currently have three alts I play regularly when I play World of Warcraft.
We've had expansions to World of Warcraft come in with plagues of undeath, with a big dragon driving the elements insane, with Theramore getting blown up, with Orcs invading from the Dark Portal, with the Legion attacking everything, and with Darkshore under Horde attack.