There was a time when I played mostly in progression guilds in World of Warcraft, when any game I played I at least tried it on hard first, when I felt like game achievements were, if not important, at least interesting to work out the means to achieve.
The Old Gods appear all throughout World of Warcraft. They've been some of the most memorable bosses and have twisted the very landscape around them to be more in line with their vision for the world, and it seems like no matter what, they always have legions of devoted followers.
The Azerothian Old Gods machinations and influence are present across World of Warcraft's expansions, characters, storylines, you name it.
The World of Warcraft team recently unveiled a preview of the Priest talent trees for the upcoming Dragonflight expansion, and with it came a really cool surprise.
*Unsheathes sword* Faire's corrupted.
WoW Classic has just reenacted one of WoW's most memorable world events: opening the Gates of Ahn'Qiraj.
Looking back at origins of Ahn’Qiraj, the Aqir, and the Titanforged with the launch of Ahn’Qiraj in WoW Classic
C'Thun is a tinkering Old God.
Phase 5 of WoW Classic's content cycle is live, and the biggest item is the event to open the Gates of Ahn'Qiraj, which kicks off at raid reset tomorrow.
All the mats you’ll want to hoard before the gates of Ahn’Qiraj open, and what to expect when they do
In Vanilla WoW, patch 1.9 brought the Gates of Ahn'Qiraj event to us on January 3, 2006.
The endgame culture around World of Warcraft has changed over the course of 15 years.