For me, it is, and it always will be, Titan's Grip.
One of the critiques I've seen of Battle for Azeroth's gameplay and systems is that the criticism offered of the Legendary items and Artifacts from Legion was overly influential, while there was little time for player feedback on systems like Azerite Armor or, more recently, Corruption and Corrupted gear.
I've wanted Titan's Grip tanking for World of Warcraft since the talent was introduced (back when it was a talent) during Wrath of the Lich King, to the point where I actually did tank with it, back when you could viably tank as a Arms or Fury Warrior as long as you dipped 10 to 20 points in Protection.
What would World of Warcraft be without references to pop culture?
We're coming to the end of two months of non-stop "holiday magic." It started with the 15th Anniversary events and ends with everything going away January 7.
There's been a lot to digest with the announcement of Shadowlands.
Recently, while cleaning, I found my collection of cards from the World of Warcraft Trading Card Game.
It's been one week since launch, and a lot of people are playing WoW Classic.
Where would you put your Guild Hall if they were ever added to World of Warcraft? What would be in it?
I was at the Thandol Span.
Oh, Dark Iron Ore.