Shadowlands is all about increasing customization and providing a slew of new options for existing races in World of Warcraft, and now we know that Druids are getting their own set of customizations.
Okay, first off, I love the idea of High Elves as an Alliance Allied Race.
High Elves are (basically) coming to the Horde and Alliance in Shadowlands — thanks to new customization options
In a surprise news post, Blizzard has shared some very exciting new customization options for the Elves of Azeroth -- whether they serve the Alliance or the Horde.
Let me be clear -- the character customization options we're seeing in Shadowlands are wonderful, and I not only enthusiastically support them, I want more, for I am a greedy and covetous soul who always wants more no matter what.
We're still seeing more Allied Race information on the alpha thanks to the tireless efforts of dataminers like the folks at Wowhead.
Okay, it's sad that the Highmountain can't turn into dinosaurs.
I looked at a particular aspect of toxic behavior in the first and second articles of this series: how players can feel forced into certain talent or gear choices.
The ultimate goal of guides, theorycrafting, and easily accessible cookie cutter builds are to help people play better.
The World of Warcraft theorycrafting community is incredible.
I may be in the minority, but I'd happily trade in some of the rewards from Garrisons just to have a Garrison that felt a little more distinct for me...