How do you feel about giant, deadly roaming enemies in World of Warcraft like the Fel Reaver or Whale Shark?
If you played during the pre-Cataclysm events and in Cataclysm up to the downing of Deathwing on your server, the above photo probably brings back memories -- perhaps not entirely good ones.
We're a day into the Battle of Dazar'alor and it feels like a really solid raid.
For those of you who skipped Mists of Pandaria, it was in this expansion that we formally met Wrathion, a member of the Black Dragonflight.
Up here it was just a Thursday, but down there y’all were being thankful for stuff. Hopefully you had a good holiday — if you did not, well, I hope things kick up and you have a good weekend. Let’s do the Queue, everyone.
Heroes of the Storm just debuted a D.Va with a Deathwing skin and a lot of people are going nuts for it.
Right about now, we can be forgiven for focusing on the Burning Legion and the threat they pose to Azeroth and the universe.
Some argue he is the weakest of the Old Gods.
Wrathion is one of the more enigmatic lore figures in Warcraft lore.
By What Azeroth Knows, I don't mean the planet itself.
The header image (it will be familiar to you if you're active on the Heroes of the Storm subreddit) purports to show the various Heroes from Heroes of the Storm to scale.