Jaina Proudmoore has always been her father’s daughter by blood, if not by beliefs.
Of all the myriad characters in World of Warcraft, none is quite so justifiably fed up as Jaina Proudmoore.
Remember, way back in the early days of Mists of Pandaria, before Garrosh went and mucked up the Vale?
For the roots of the divide between the few remaining High Elves and the Blood Elves, we must go back to two figures -- Kael'thas Sunstrider and Garithos, self-proclaimed Grand Marshal of the few remaining Alliance forces in the region after Prince Arthas Menethil's betrayal of his father and his kingdom to the Scourge.
Quel'Thalas today is still recovering from the wounds inflicted by the Third War.
Mage roleplay has been ramping up over the past couple of expansions.
The Alliance may have a lot to think about plot-wise this expansion, but the Horde has just as much going on – and none of it is particularly happy.
Legion is here, and one of my favorite parts of the new expansion is the return of Dalaran as a hub city and base of operations.
With the introduction of the wardrobe, transmog has rapidly risen to one of the important aspects of World of Warcraft for me.
Legion is so close you can practically taste it — it's a bit fel, so it's sort of a combined minty and spicy with a hint of screaming — but we still have hours to wait.