Back in August of 2017 we talked about how Legion would shake out and whether we'd get a new Expansion announcement at BlizzCon.
In patch 7.3.5, Broken Shore-style level scaling will be implemented for all previous content, with the old-world Azeroth all scaling to a max of level 60, Outland and Northrend scaling to a max of 80, and Cataclysm content scaling with Pandaria up to level 90.
Seven years ago this fall Cataclysm struck WoW.
Right about now, we can be forgiven for focusing on the Burning Legion and the threat they pose to Azeroth and the universe.
We're in that part of Legion's life cycle when we begin speculating on what's next, and more importantly, when we'll find out.
Since the release of Warcraft: Orcs & Humans back in 1994, Blizzard has been building a massive universe around the world of Azeroth.
One of the things that hits me every time I accidentally use my Garrison Hearthstone (or deliberately -- it's an easy way to get to the portals in Stormshield) is that my Garrison is basically my Order Hall, but a more primitive version of it.
One of the things players really seem to love in expansions is that they be self contained.
The Sundering ripped the world of Azeroth apart, splitting the united continent of Kalimdor into pieces.
Just over ten years ago, Burning Crusade ushered in a brand new way to experience World of Warcraft that for better or worse would change the game irrevocably: flying.