We're in the middle of datamining season for patch 9.2 and I frankly find it a bit oppressive sometimes.
Torghast supposed to be an ever-changing prison, and living up to that theme, the Tower of the Damned is getting a major remodel in patch 9.1.
Say what you will about him, there is one truth we can all agree with: Nathanos Blightcaller is one of the most controversial figures in World of Warcraft.
I do not understand how poor Old Blanchy, who once saved a young Thrall from Durnholde Keep, who died nobly defending his home in Westfall against the wicked Defias, could have found herself in Revendreth.
I've played World of Warcraft for a really long time, and yet I still get excited when patch notes come out, or when there's some datamining that highlights a change I like.
I made an incoherent Murloc noise when I read the folks at Wowhead had found a global string that would mean we could choose a separate transmog option for each shoulder when Shadowlands goes live.
Forsaken are not going to knit a sweater and a tea cozy for the living any time soon.
So, what do y'all think of the first day of datamining with the public Shadowlands alpha for World of Warcraft?
There's already quite a few details about patch 8.2.5 that have me excited.
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.