If Blizzard could completely prevent datamining, what changes would keep you interested in WoW between major patches?
Right now, it's looking like World of Warcraft patch 8.2 will be arriving within the next couple of weeks.
It's time to add yet another piece of evidence for why the Vulpera will soon become an Allied Race.
It's no secret that several folks around here at Blizzard Watch are really curious what's up with Wrathion -- the last time we saw him in person was during the Deaths of Chromie scenario back in Legion, and before that he made an appearance on the Alpha for that expansion before being replaced with Ebyssian.
If you've been around World of Warcraft for a while, one thing you've experienced by now is the giddy rush when various sites like Wowhead, MMO-Champion and others get their hands on a new PTR build or the latest alpha/beta files and go to work teasing out what's in those files.
The WoW Classic client won't be playable for BlizzCon Virtual Ticket holders until November 1, but some players have found ways to give us a preview of what's to come later this week.
Hunters are getting a whole host of new pet families in Battle for Azeroth - including the elusive unicorn.
In all likelihood, you probably have heard, at the very least, rumblings about some newly datamined Battle for Azeroth dialog pertaining to the Mag'har Orcs.
The intrepid dataminers at Hearthhead and Hearthstone Top Decks have discovered new cards included in the latest Hearthstone patch.
The thing about alpha tests is that news can come at you pretty fast, and that's especially true when it comes to these datamined broadcast text spoilers that Wowhead has dug up.
I've said from the beginning that I think Vulpera, the terrifyingly adorable fox people from Battle for Azeroth, should be an Allied Race option.