Praise Elune, Blizzard is finally thinking about improving holiday mount drops
I have long since given up on trying to get holiday mounts -- no Hallow's End, no Love Is In The Air, none of it.
How often should World of Warcraft update holidays to keep them fresh?
While our heroes in Shadowlands wait to learn more of the Jailer's plans, the citizens of Azeroth (and Theotar) continue to celebrate their annual festivities, with the Harvest Festival recently completed and Brewfest in full swing.
How was yer Brewfest this year?
Another Brewfest has come and gone, and like every October, I'm sad to see it go.
To all the brews I’ve loved before: A sample of the silliest suds in Azeroth
Welcome to Brewfest 2020, Azeroth's annual celebration of the "fermented fruits of the harvest!" Running through October 6, Brewfest is World of Warcraft's homage to Oktoberfest, which we celebrate in-game by tossing kegs, racing rams, and of course, the classic "kill someone for something shiny." But why settle for only 17 days of celebration?
Brewfest is back with a new hearthstone, hats, lots more booze — and some fun bugs
Brewfest has received quite a few updates this year with a bunch of new cosmetic rewards -- but what are updates without some bugs to go along with them?
Level alts this week with Brewfest Enthusiast and the Darkmoon Faire
If you're planning on leveling an alt, it's worth hitting up Brewfest and then heading over to the Darkmoon Faire -- or using your Top Hat if you have one. If you're leveling through Invasions already, a solid 20% XP buff will make it go even faster
Seen and done with the WoW holidays
So it's Brewfest.
Brewfest 2017: Once again, I will fail at Ram Riding
It's Brewfest again, and I once again have an opportunity to display to the world that I am utter rubbish at riding a ram around while trying to complete a task.
Upcoming events in WoW for September
There's a lot going on in World of Warcraft.
Brewfest is live with a fashionable new toy
Get your steins and rams ready, Brewfest has begun! Scheduled this year from September 20 to October 6, you have a full two weeks to get your ram racing, beer drinking, and mount farming in.