I have to admit it: I'm a little jealous of Druids right now.
While I haven't played every class and spec available in the Legion alpha, I've been struck by how empty my toolbars are on the ones I have played.
When the Monk Legion class preview debuted, probably the first concern -- and rightly so -- voiced by Mistweavers questioned whether the specialization would become too similar to other healers.
I was thinking about this one as far back as during Wrath when they talked about bringing distinctiveness between specs.
BlizzCon soon approaches, and with it Legion's promise to go back to the fantasy of each class.
Last month, I talked about the history of Shadow Priest gameplay and how it’s evolved over the course of World of Warcraft’s lifespan.
I've recently begun running a new Dungeons & Dragons campaign, and one of my players is playing a cleric.
Although we’re still in the middle of Warlords of Draenor’s final raid tier, it’s an exciting time as we begin looking forward to Legion and changes it might bring.
Sitting in the audience of the opening ceremonies for BlizzCon 2011, I found myself absolutely mesmerized by the idea of the Monk class to be introduced in Mists of Pandaria.
I was recently perusing the old Hunter talent trees and was pretty taken aback by how much flavor the specs have lost over the years.