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.
Embaari Village might not have had the warmest of welcomes for our intrepid band of travelers, but it certainly gave us plenty to do -- and the rest of Shadowmoon Valley awaits.
For those of you who, somehow, have not yet bought Warlords of Draenor, we have good news: now you don't have to!
“...wherein I’ll catch the conscience of the King.” Shakespearean quotes about angsty princes, murderous relatives and pensive ghosts aside, I’ve recently been reflecting on the fact that when we say goodbye to this expansion, we’ll also be saying goodbye to a large number of plotlines and stories that took place in Draenor.
Some of us define ourselves by our successes.