We’ve seen evidence of the Curse of Flesh everywhere. Humanity is a result of it. But it’s not irreversible – which makes one wonder…if the Tribunal of Ages is a lie, is it possible there’s no “curse” of flesh at all?
Draenor was never really meant to be a “unique” world.
The original Horde wasn’t the first time the Orc clans of Draenor united – it was simply the one that stuck.
By What Azeroth Knows, I don't mean the planet itself.
The Apexis empire collapsed in one violent, earth-shattering moment with the detonation of the Breath of Rukhmar.
There were once a people called the Eredar, a people with unparalleled mastery of the arcane.
Rukhmar created the Arakkoa both in memory of and as a tribute to Anzu’s sacrifice – but she never really discovered what happened to him after Sethe’s defeat.
When the last of the Sporemounds was defeated, spores teeming with the Spirit of Life seeped into the rest of Draenor.
Last week we discussed the evolution of Draenor – the unique circumstances that led to a world in a constant state of conflict. The Evergrowth, a vast, sentient network of behemoth plants called Sporemounds, threatened to overwhelm the world.
World of Warcraft Chronicle: Volume 2 caught us up on events leading to and including the First and Second wars on Azeroth.
When the first volume of Blizzard's World of Warcraft: Chronicle series hit the shelves last year, it managed to clarify thousands of years of not just Azeroth's history, but the entire Warcraft universe.
Let's face it, Azeroth has never been a safe place.
I think I'm the guy who defended Cataclysm during its life cycle.
On the Lore Watch podcast recently, the discussion fell to Gul'dan in Harbingers and how and why the Legion reached out to him.
We do a weekly leveling stream here, which I encourage you to watch because it's a heady mix of cynicism, snark, affection, and Mitch.